Spin Digital has released a complete software media player supporting 8K HEVC video and 22.2 audio. A demonstration will be presented at the “After NAB” show in Tokyo.
Berlin, Germany, May 18th 2016: Spin Digital announced today that it has released a new software media player supporting 8K HEVC video and 22.2 audio. A demonstration and product launch will be performed at the “After NAB” show to be held in Akihabara UDX in in Tokyo, Japan, on May 19 and 20.
The demonstration will be performed at the Technology Joint Corporation (TJC) booth, and will feature video playback of 8Kp60, 4:4:4, 10-bit content, using Spin Digital Media Player software running on a PC, and connected to an 8K display from Panasonic Liquid Crystal Display Co.
Spin Digital Media Player is a complete solution for playback of ultra-high definition video in 4K and 8K resolutions. It includes Spin Digital’s HEVC/H.265 decoder, a leading high performance HEVC/H.265 decoder, and Spin Digital’s video renderer, a custom DirectX-12 video renderer capable of high quality 8K video playback.
Spin Digital’s Media Player supports real-time 8K video playback at 60 frames per second, including high quality and professional formats such as 4:2:2, and 4:4:4, up to 10-bit.
The new Media Player also supports 22.2 audio using a multi-track solution. The Media Player is based on the popular Media Player Classic software, and it supports the most common media file formats including MP4, MPEG2-TS, and MKV.
The Media Player is available now for licensing worldwide. Japanese customers can have local licensing and support through TJC, Spin Digital’s Japanese distributor.
“Having a media player supporting 8K HEVC video and 22.2 audio, all in a complete software solution running on commodity PC hardware is an important milestone for making 8K a widespread and easy-to-use media format. We are happy to support the early adopters of 8K with our state-of-the art software video technologies.” Said Mauricio Alvarez-Mesa CEO of Spin Digital.
More information about after NAB can be found (in Japanese) at www.after-nab.jp/2016tokyo/