So, I started by passing YUV frames, one at a time into the encoder and get out a H264 bitstream. It is working and I can save that to a file and play it via VLC.
However, what I would like to do is to stream it in real-time and receive it in a web browser.
Any idea as to how I would do that?
Intel Media SDK can certainly be used to encode streams with low latency and suitable for live network streaming.
However, network protocol container packaging is outside the scope of the SDK so you would have to look elsewhere for this. One way to approach this is to use the popular FFmpeg framework, as illustrated in the Media SDK tutorial samples. http://software.intel.com/en-us/articles/intel-media-sdk-tutorial