My goal is to install libfmx. I performed these steps already on CentOS 7:
sudo usermod -a -G video cstankevitz cd ~/Downloads cp ~/mnt/Dependencies/intel-opencl-1.2-1.0-47971.tar.gz . tar xvzf intel-opencl-1.2-1.0-47971.tar.gz cd intel-opencl-1.2-1.0-47971/ sudo rpm -ivh intel-opencl-1.2-1.0-47971.x86_64.rpm sudo yum install yum-utils rpmdevtools pesign cd curl -O http://vault.centos.org/7.1.1503/os/Source/SPackages/kernel-3.10.0-229.el7.src.rpm sudo yum-builddep kernel-3.10.0-229.el7.src.rpm rpmdev-setuptree rpm -ivh kernel-3.10.0-229.el7.src.rpm cp /opt/intel/opencl/kernel-3.10.0-229.patch ~/rpmbuild/SOURCES/linux-kernel-test.patch perl -p -i.bak -e 's/^# % (.*?buildid ).*/%\1.intel.sr1/' ~/rpmbuild/SPECS/kernel.spec rpmbuild -bb --with firmware --without debug --without debuginfo --without perf --without tools ~/rpmbuild/SPECS/kernel.spec sudo rpm -ivh --oldpackage ~/rpmbuild/RPMS/x86_64/kernel-3.10.0-229.el7.centos.intel.sr1.x86_64.rpm sudo /sbin/shutdown -r now sudo rpm -ivh intel-opencl-1.2-devel-1.0-47971.x86_64.rpm sudo yum install gcc-c++ make mesa-libGL-devel
What more do I need to do? I downloaded an untargzed MediaServerStudioEssentials2015R6.tar.gz. I found a maze of .tar.gz files, but the readme makes no mention of libfmx. Am I in the right place?. Can someone point me in the right direction? What is "Media Server Studio"? Do I need it? What is "Essentials Edition"? Do I need it? All I want is HW accelerated h.264 decoding.
You're in the right place. Documentation for install can be found in the Getting Started Guide.
Here is where to find it:
$ tar -xzf MediaServerStudio*.tar.gz $ cd MediaServerStudio* $ tar -xzf SDK*.tar.gz $ ls media_server_studio_getting_started_guide.pdf
When you install Media Server Studio, you're putting a validated stack of updates in place to build applications using the Media SDK interface. All of them need to be in place for your application to link to the libmfx dispatcher and run.
Media SDK is a full featured cross platform interface for decode, frame processing, and encode. For Linux specific HW accelerated decode through vaapi/libva the regular stack works just fine (and is already integrated into common frameworks like FFmpeg). Media SDK/Media Server Studio is there for building HW accelerated pipelines beyond simple decode or if you may ever need to develop media code for multiple OSes.
Hope this helps,