UHDTV


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UHDTV

(Ultra High Definition TV) Generally refers to a 4K TV with 2,160 lines of resolution. The term is also used for an 8K TV, the generation following 4K. See 4K TV and 8K TV.
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Paired with Ericsson's AVP HEVC contribution encoders, MediaFirst Content Processing provides an end-to-end solution for UHDTV or HD HEVC contribution with optimal picture quality and latency.
In August 2016, as NHK (Japan's public broadcasting organization) has started the world's first regular UHDTV via satellite, many competitions emerged among countries for the preoccupancy of UHDTV techniques, such as content, transmission, display device, set-top units, and so on [2][3].
For a more immersive experience in living room entertainment, Samsung has expanded their curved UHDTV line with new models in the 78", 65" and 55" respectively.
Perhaps unsurprisingly the costly Samsung UHDTV set - which comes complete with 3D - has so far failed to sell.
2020 mandates the use of at least 10 bits for UHDTV systems.
Furthermore, for playback on personal computers the software enables real-time decoding of 4K UHDTV, which offer four times the resolution of Full HD.
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Can you identify additional inputs that could be adjusted in order to help management understand the uncertainty inherent in the UHDTV project?
Paired with Ericssons AVP HEVC contribution encoders, MediaFirst Content Processing provides the best end-to-end solution for UHDTV or HD HEVC contribution with optimal picture quality and latency.
As the UHDTV standardization movement is in the works and several organizations like EBU, DVB, and SMPTE are collaborating to finalize all aspects of UHDTV Phase 1 (2160p50/60) specifications, DASHIF is eager to collect feedback from other organizations on the UHDTV topic, in order to generate relevant implementation guidelines.
Reportedly, this milestone will mark the first time a full multi-camera production of a sports event has been captured in 4K UHDTV and transmitted live internationally via satellite and fibre.