Intel Media SDK and OpenCL SDK launched for Windows 8

Intel MediaThose of we inside the program development industry plus lookin at Ultrabooks plus Windows 8 have to be aware of 2 up-to-date SDKs. Intel’s Media SDK has reached 2012 R3 status as well as the SDK for OpenCL Applications has reached 2013 Beta.

Both SDKs are significant considering they permit software programmers to access movie plus OpenCL-specific hardware inside the HD4000 GPU; Part of the Ivy Bridge platform for Ultrabooks. We’ve absolutely enjoyed how significant the Media SDK is within video modifying about an Ultrabook plus rendering as well as the modern OpenCL SDK must bring greater images performance to the browser. The new upgrades let the SDK to utilize the brand-new Intel HD Driver for Windows 8.

Intel Media SDK 2012 R3

When installed about computers with third Generation Intel Core processors with Intel HD Graphics for Windows 8* OS, this non-conformant OpenCL* 1.2 CPU device functions inside a platform mixed mode with all the conformant OpenCL* 1.1 device accessible with all the Intel HD Graphics 4000/2500.

More information

Video demo with Ryan Tabrah of Intel’s Visual Computing Group

Intel SDK for OpenCL Applications 2013 Beta

From the release notes PDF:

The Intel Media SDK 2012 R3 introduces Microsoft * Windows* 8 plus Microsoft
DirectX* 11.1 help whilst preserving the API adaptation 1.4.
The complete range of Intel Media SDK test applications are up-to-date to support
DirectX 11.1 including the addition of particular frame allocator test.
Also a unique Metro design test application that showcases media files transcoding
with parameter control utilizing Metro shape code is introduced.

More information

Video demo with Ryan Tabrah of Intel’s Visual Computing Group

Via Intel

Related posts:

  1. Ivy Bridge plus HD 4000 – Media Capabilities Overview
  2. Can Microsoft Do For Windows What Intel Has Done for the Laptop?
  3. Ultrabook Performance Demo – Media + CPU

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