Spin Digital Debuts 8K/16K Video Powered by Intel® Xeon® Scalable Processors

Spin Digital Video Technologies GmbH delivers advanced software media player with support for 8K and 16K video that runs on Intel-based workstations

Las Vegas-April 8, 2018 10 AM PST – – Specialized in UltraHDvideo 4K/8K codecs, media player and media applications, Spin Digital has unveiled its latest 16K media player based on Intel® Xeon® Scalable processors at NAB 2018. Read more

Spin Digital at NAB 2018

Spin Digital at NAB 2018

Spin Digital Video Technologies GmbH (Spin Digital) will participate at NAB 2018 from April 9-12 at the Las Vegas Convention Center at South Upper Hall, Booth SU13612.

Spin Digital is going to present demonstrations of its HEVC software solutions including: 8Kp60 media player on a compact PC, Multi-UHD HEVC Decoder on a single PC, and HEVC Encoder for 360° video. Read more

Immersify: European R&D project to develop the next generation of immersive media and tools

Immersify – Innovative technologies for Virtual Reality

(January 18, 2018) Virtual Reality (VR) has what it takes to be the next big game-changer in the media sector. In stark contrast to video, TV and the movies, VR applications promise experiences that are not only more intense but, above all, interactive and individual too. Be that as it may, a considerable amount of R&D work still needs to be done to haul VR out of the niches it’s been confined to and launch it on its way to a huge consumer market share. Read more

Spin Digital at IBC 2017

Spin Digital Video Technologies GmbH (Spin Digital) will present at IBC 2017 a new generation of its advanced HEVC/H.265 software solution for ultra-high definition video: 4K, 8K, and beyond.

A demonstration will be presented from September 15-19 at the Amsterdam RAI at Hall 1 Booth 1.F11. Read more

Spin Digital at the 119th MPEG meeting

Spin Digital has joined recently the Motion Pictures Expert Group (MPEG), the well known media standardization group of the ISO/IEC, that has developed jointly with ITU-T the latest video coding standards such as H.264/AVC and HEVC/H.265.

Spin Digital joined the 119th MPEG meeting that took place in Turin, Italy from July 23 to July 21th 2017 at the Politecnico di Torino. Important meetings took place about (among others):

  • HEVC v5: A new version of the HEVC standard will appear soon including new features such as Supplemental Enhancement Information (SEI) messages for 360 video, and motion constrained-tile set (MCTS) extraction.
  • Future video coding: The JVET committee has recognized that there is enough evidence of video coding capabilities beyond HEVC, and, therefore it created a draft for the call for proposals to develop a future generation video codec. It is expected that the new video coding standard will be finished by the end of 2020, and will provide better quality and compression than HEVC for higher resolution video, HDR, and 360 degree video.
  • OMAF: The MPEG systems group advanced the draft of the Omnidirectional Media Application Format (OMAF), that will be the first industry standard for Virtual Reality and 360 degree video. Extensive discussions took place about the video projection formats, and the profiles that will be part of the first version of the standard.

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