b<>com *Adaptive HDR Converter*


Application Summary

b<>com *Adaptive HDR Converter* offers all the benefits of real-time frame-by-frame adaptive conversion techniques, without any need for manual adjustment. Based on an intelligent algorithm, this technology guarantees an optimal conversion regardless of the video content. Despite the adaptive conversion, it does not require the use of metadata, and yet is still able to guarantee a visually lossless round trip.

Vendor Modified Size Container Version
b<>com January 23, 2020 515.11 MB sdr2hdr_u200_v1.0

Deployment Options

This application is containerized and can be easily run in a few minutes in the cloud, or on-premises.

Cloud Services
  • Xilinx Runtime: 2019.1
  • Target Platform: nx5u_xdma_201830_2
On Premises
Alveo U200
Coming Soon

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Obtain an Access Key for Evaluation

Begin your free trial and run the code sample below.

Start Free Evaluation

Follow the instructions based on your deployment method.



Sign up for Nimbix Service

  • Go to Nimbix Cloud site to sign up : https://www.nimbix.net/contact-us
  •  Once the sign-up form has been submitted, you will receive an e-mail with instructions for setting up your Nimbix account.


Application Execution

2.1 Select the Application on the Nimbix Platform

  • Sign-in to the Nimbix Platform: 


  • Click on the " b<>com *Adaptive HDR Converter* " application tile. 
  • Click on “b<>com *Adaptive HDR Converter* button in the lower left of the pop-up window.

2.2 Run the Application

Use the following parameters and click on ‘Submit” button.


  • Machine Type: nx5u_xdma_201830_2
  • Cores: 16


  • Access Key: Select the "cred.json" file downloaded earlier on your computer
  • Input File: /samples/in.raw
  • Output File: out.raw



Once your job is complete, an “out.raw” HD HDR sample (in PQ format) will be available on the Nimbix FTP.  You can download it and use Vooya video player to display it:

    vooya -p -w 1920 -h 1080 -r 60 --packing R210 --color rgb -b 10 out.raw

You can now use your own input video file by:

  • Uploading it on Nimbix FTP
  • Replacing “/samples/in.raw” with “/data/{YourFileName}” in the File Input arguments