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Bluefish444 Workflows Immersive Graphics

Bluefish444 Workflows Immersive Graphics



Bluefish444 video cards are being used across the globe to provide SDI Input and Output functionality for of immersive graphics workflows including; Concerts, Sporting events, Art installations, Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality. In the creation of immersive graphics there are a number of critical requirements all of which Bluefish444 set the benchmark for; Quality, Reliability, Flexibility, Low Latency, Fail safes.

Bluefish444 support for Nvidia GPU Direct and AMD DirectGMA ensure that graphic artists get the lowest latency performance from their product via our compatibility with the best available range of GPU’s for immersive graphics.



Bluefish444 hardware is compatible with the below immersive graphics solutions. Click on a graphic to learn more about Bluefish444 integration:





Bluefish444 has direct OEM integration with:





Bluefish444 have developed a unified cross-platform Software Development Kit designed by software developers, for software developers, who wish to integrate Bluefish444 video products into their own solutions. The BlueVelvetC API enables programmers to write the Bluefish444 SDK code once and then deploy to other operating systems without any changes to their code.

The Bluefish444 SDK provides a simple, consistent and extensible interface to all Bluefish444 hardware products. It provides a number of useful abstractions and interfaces designed to relieve the developer of direct hardware involvement, freeing them to concentrate on developing.

Additional interfaces are available to help accelerate development providing accessible interfaces such as:

  • DirectShow
  • V4L2
  • NVIDIA GPUDirect
  • AMD DirectGMA for video

If you would like access to the Bluefish444 SDK, please fill out our Developer Registration Form, and a representative of Bluefish444 will review your application and supply you with login details. You can then download the SDK on our Downloads page.