tel's Media SDK 2013 now has full support for Linux-based computers and offers developers the ability to "easily create high density, energy efficient datacenter and embedded media solutions." Also included in the release is support for hardware acceleration for video on the Intel Xeon E3-1285 Lv2 and 3rd Generation Intel Core processors with Linux operating systems.
The SDK is also advertised as offering simpler "development of enterprise media applications and improves video processing performance whilst reducing the complexities of accessing hardware acceleration."
The Intel Media SDK for Linux is currently being showcased at NAB 2013. Interested developers can sign up for the limited beta at Intel.com.
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