YEBIS Optic Based Post-Processing


YEBIS Features


  • Bloom (Soft Round Glare)
  • Star
  • Radiating Lights and Cross Filters
  • CCD Smear
  • Anamorphic Lens Flare
  • Ghost
  • Afterimage
  • Soft Focus
  • Light Shafts (Godrays)

Lens Effect (Optical Simulation)

  • Depth-of-Field (Defocusing)
  • Aperture (Bokeh with realistic lense aberrations simulation) Open/Close Simulation of Diaphragm Blades Lens Aberration/Correction Simulations
  • Autofocus
  • Focus Breathing (Inner / Rear / All-group Focusing, etc.)
  • Airy Disk Simulation (Small Aperture Blur)
  • Lens Distortion
  • Barrel / Pincushion
  • Fisheye Lens Effect
  • Chromatic Aberration
  • Vignetting
  • Natural Vignetting
  • Optical Vignetting
  • Image Circle (Representing Scope)

Film/Photogalvanic Effect

  • Tone Mapping
  • Auto-Exposure
  • Photosensitive Simulation
  • White Balance
  • Motion Blur
  • Camera Motion Blur
  • Object (Velocity Map-Based) Motion Blur


  • Anti-Aliasing
  • Ambient Occlusion
  • Color Grading / Gamma Correction
  • Various Input / Output Color Spaces
  • Various EOTF methods for HDR Output
Architecture suitable for game graphics development   Click to Read More

Although YEBIS is suitable for all types of real-time graphics development, it is particularly powerful for development of graphics for video games.

With game graphics that place a high priority on real-time processing, it is necessary to achieve high performance while also maintaining convincingly realistic quality. In order to achieve a high level of technical expertise and many years of experience are required.

The development of YEBIS revolved around Masaki Kawase, the man who led the movement toward programmable shaders, and the creator of many commonly used techniques which permeate the entire game development scene through his ‘Kawase Method’. Perhaps for that reason, YEBIS has successfully constructed unmatchable algorithms that, in comparison with other general post-effects systems, allow for higher quality graphics despite the focus on speed, and higher performance despite the focus on quality.

This characteristic makes it possible to work just as effectively on mobile devices as it does on high-end consoles. It is also the reason that this tool is superior for development of game graphics across multiple platforms with wide variations in expressiveness and functionality.

The direct descendent of YEBIS, inheriting all its features, has arrived and is targeted not only at existing platforms, but also at the next generation of consoles.

Its name is YEBIS.

Screenshot   Click to View Screenshot
Platforms Nintendo Switch™, PlayStation®4, PlayStation®5, PlayStation®VR, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, Linux, macOS, Windows, Android, iOS and other embedded devices
Supported API DirectX 9/10/11/12, OpenGL(Core/Compatibility Profile), OpenGL ES3, Vulkan, Metal (iOS), Other Platform-Specific Drawing APIs


Free Trial Version
Download the YEBIS Free Trial Version

The only currently downloadable platform is for Windows PC.

System Requirements

OS Windows 7 or later
Compiler Microsoft Visual Studio 2010
Compatible with DX SDK Since June 2010
Compatible hardware DirectX 10 or later
Apprication Form

If you wish to acquire a trial version for Nintendo Switch™, PlayStation®4, PlayStation®5, PlayStation®VR, Xbox One, Linux, macOS, Windows (DirectX 9/10/11/12, OpenGL), Android, iOS and other embedded devices, please submit a request above.

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