SDK for developing innovative video solutions based on advanced HEVC video decoding, rendering and filtering.
Spin Digital HEVC/H.265 SDK (Spin SDK) simplifies the creation of innovative video solutions. With a high-performance implementation and an efficient API, ultra-high quality 4K, 8K, and 16K video decoding, processing, and playback can be realized fully in software. The SDK is well suited for broadcast, immersive video projection, video walls, virtual reality, and professional decoders and players.
Spin Digital SDK is ready for the next generation of high-quality video systems, providing support for Ultra HD (UHD), High Dynamic Range (HDR), High Frame Rate (HFR), Wide Color Gamut (WCG), and Virtual Reality (360° video).
Real-time HEVC/H.265 software decoding for very demanding video systems, such as 16K at 60 frames/s, 8K at 120 frames/s, and multi-4K/8K at 60 frames/s.
Professional Video formats
Designed for professional applications requiring compressed video and maximum quality with 4:2:2, 4:4:4, and up to 12-bit.
HDR and WCG technologies
Enables ultimate viewing experience with high dynamic range (HDR10, HLG) and wide color gamut (DCI-P3, BT.2020).
Next generation rendering
Enables smooth playback of 4K, 8K, and 16K video by using DirectX 12.
High precision processing filters
High-quality and optimized video processing filters for common video conversion operations such as scaling, format conversion, color conversion, etc.
Flexible display configurations
Facilitates versatile screen and playback layouts using multiple GPUs or SDI devices.
Unified API for Windows and Linux with a clear and efficient interface that simplifies the integration of decoding, filtering, and rendering modules.
GPU Nvidia Quadro Maxwell and Pascal, AMD Radeon Pro
SDI AJA Corvid 88 (8x 3G-SDI)
OS Windows 10: decoder, render, and filters. Windows 7/8.1: decoder and filters
API reference documentation (HTML, PDF)
Application code examples
Command line toolbox
Maximum achievable bitrate for HEVC decoding and video rendering using state-of-the-art PC technologies.