Video Encoder

FRIM 3D-MVC Encoder/Decoder

Intel Media SDK provides framework for video encoding and decoding.
Intel Media SDK provides a framework for MPEG2, H.264 AVC/MVC-3D, and H.265 HEVC encoding and decoding.
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overview & features

Intel Media SDK provides framework for MPEG2, H.264 AVC/MVC-3D, and H.265 HEVC encoding and decoding.

SDK is supported on Windows 7, Windows 8.x, Windows 10 and it can be freely distributed and used.

Intel Media SDK is probably the only platform providing free MVC-3D encoding capabilities (end of 2013).

FRIM is a free SW package based on patterns and examples from this SDK.

FRIM Encoder (command-line tool) converts planar-yuv file, named pipe, uncompressed avi, or Avisynth script into elementary MPEG2, H.264 AVC/MVC-3D, or H.265 HEVC streams.

Resulting elementary video streams can be then multiplexed into transport stream (.ts, .m2ts) or Blu-ray directory structure.
tsMuxeR 2.1.2 (and higher) is needed for 3D Blu-ray multiplexing.

FRIM Decoder (command-line tool) converts elementary or transport streams (MPEG2, H.264 AVC/MVC-3D, H.265 HEVC, VC1) into planar-yuv. Output can be either a regular file or Windows named pipe.

Output to a pipe allows further yuv processing without the consumption of enormous disk space.

FRIM Source is Avisynth plugin for sequential reading of elementary or transport streams (MPEG2, H.264 AVC/MVC-3D, H.265 HEVC, VC1) in Avisynth scripts.

FRIM Export is a plugin for Adobe Premiere Pro (CS6) for direct export and encoding to MPEG2, H.264 AVC/MVC-3D, or H.265 HEVC elementary streams

FRIM Import is a plugin for Adobe Premiere Pro (CS6) for the import of 3D-material recorded in AVCHD-3D format (produced by camcorders like Sony HXR-NX3D1 or Panasonic Z10000).

FRIM Import and FRIM Export together support rendering workflow without re-encoding to any intermediate format.

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