Intel® INDE provides a comprehensive toolset for developing Media applications targeting both CPU and GPUs, enriching the development experience of a game or media developer. Yet, if you got used to work with the legacy Intel® Media SDK or if you just want to get started using those tools quickly, you can follow these steps and install only the Media SDK components of Intel® INDE.
Go to the Intel® INDE Web page, select the edition you want to download and hit Download link:
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Intel® Media SDK Getting Started Guide
The Intel® Media Software Development Kit* (further referred to as the Media SDK) is a software development package that exposes the media acceleration capabilities of Intel® platforms for decoding, encoding, video and photo processing as well as capabilities for capturing screen content. The API covers a wide range of Intel platforms. The Media SDK targets general application developers who want to integrate accelerated media into their applications.
This beta driver is released to resolve issues some users are reporting regarding a "flickering display" issue on some Intel Haswell and Broadwell based NUC products.
These beta drivers are provided "as is" and are not supported by Intel Technical Support or any other department at Intel. According to the license agreement, these preview drivers are provided "as is."
Thousands of software developers visited the Intel® Software booth at the sold-out Microsoft Build conference April 29th – May 1st in San Francisco’s Moscone Center.
Many developers worldwide are taking advantage of the Intel® RealSense™ technologies to create really amazing applications with a whole new dimension for user interaction.
Intel® provides an SDK that exposes all the features of the R200 and F200 cameras. The SDK is very powerful but it requires some time to find your way into it. To help people to get up and running with just a few lines of code I started SharpSenses.
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