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application on Media Server Studio

hi,

I have question below as reading the following from https://software.intel.com/sites/default/files/media_server_studio_getting_started_guide.pdf, ;

Intel ® Media Server Studio 2015 R6 for Linux* is a software development library that exposes the media acceleration capabilities of Intel® platforms for decoding, encoding and video processing.    ==> the video processing include rendering, right ??

And I have question as finding following in https://software.intel.com/en-us/forums/intel-media-sdk/topic/601354

In general, Media Server Studio Linux is focused on headless use cases as you would expect from server prospective. X11 samples illustrate how to display via X11 path, but using this isn't recommended as X11 path in the samples isn't well optimized and may contain bugs.

 ==> for the application including preview and playback, it's necessary to immediately render(X11) after decode. Does it mean Media Server Studio Linux is unsuitable for the application?? if so, any recommendation from Intel??

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As Surbhi mentioned in the previous thread, the main focus of Intel Media Server Studio is encode/transcode scenarios for machines in datacenters.  There are still many ways to display pixels from decoded frames on the screen, but they may not always be optimal -- rendering isn't a focus of the product.  The sample code is not intended to be product ready in any case, but that is a statement about the samples and not the SDK itself.

 

 

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Saravanan

Thanks in advance

is there any way to integrate Intel Media Server Studio with webrtc based web applications.Very urgent & imp

 

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Sorry for the delay getting back to you.  If you have not found it already, the Intel Collaboration Suite for WebRTC may be of interest:

https://software.intel.com/en-us/webrtc-sdk

Otherwise, you can integrate Media SDK directly into the code of your WebRTC app.  This article may help:

https://software.intel.com/en-us/articles/video-conferencing-features-of-intel-media-software-develo...

 

 

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Hello Jeffrey Mcallister,,

Thanks Man,

i found out the Intel webrtc Media sdk,and now i am working on it,

1. am not clear about how many servers are running in IntelCS when i started  (internally there was Nuve,Mcu,app,agent)servers were running. I need to know it requires 4 instance or one server space is enough (bcos am gonna deploy in AWS )

2..how to make request from Java application to NodeJs server to get the woogeen functions ,is there any way to do that

3.could u pls provide me a woogeen sdk source file with comments.As of now i unminfied woogeen.sdk.js (was very tough and cant able to debug the code).p

 

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Webrtc is out of the scope of this forum, but as you've probably found already, it has its own forum:

https://software.intel.com/en-us/forums/intel-collaboration-suite-for-webrtc

 

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