Media Server Studio and INDE are two separate products - former for server and latter for client. The Media SDK is common between them (on INDE, it supports Windows and has no HEVC. MSS supports both Linux and Windows and has HEVC pack in Pro edition). To avoid confusion, here is a table that can help:
MSS Pro HEVC pack:
Linux -> Encode and Decode -> SW and HW implementations
Windows -> Encode and Decode -> SW and HW implementations
INDE MSDK for Client:
Windows -> Decode -> HW implementation
So, if you have MSDK for CLient from INDE, you can only use the HEVC decoder HW impl. For any SW implementation (Encode or Decode), you need the MSS Pro. You can download the Pro for trial period as well (30 days) to evaluate HEVC. https://software.intel.com/en-us/intel-media-server-studio/try-buy
Hope this helps.
the Intel® Media Server Studio portfolio offers two different versions:
Intel® MSS Essentials Edition
Intel® MSS Professional Edition
The “Intel® MSS Professional Edition” includes the “Intel® MSS Essentials Edition” with the following additions:
HEVC/H.265 Encoder (SW, Hybrid)
HEVC/H.265 Decoder plugin
VTune Amplifier XE
Video Quality Caliper
AAC, MP3 Audio Codecs
As you are interested in the HEVC Encoder, you have to use “Intel® MSS Professional Edition”. On the support page here you will find samples to download, showing you how to use the encoders and what parameters need to be specified.
Please give the download one more try.