3 posts • joined 30 Jan 2011
Almost as copied from macosX Lion last version... lol
All these 3D are already standards in HDMI 1.4 and H.264 MVC
This "features" are already standards in HDMI1.4 (physical layer) and in H.264 MVC (multiple video codec) layer so, all of them are already working on all terrestrial/satellite HD Digital Television Standards that use H.264, as DVB-T2, ATSCv2 and of course ISDB-Tb Brazilian/Japanese HDTV Standard in use on almost all LatinAmerican countries. These standards are invisible on old receiver models granting total compatibility.
Since July 2010, RedeTV! Brazilian channel is broadcasting in 3D all over Brazil and in a Cable TV in Paris, France.
DVB-3D HDTV standard?
70hz was mistype, it is 60hz.
Why add a STANDARD if this is not a transmission layer?
This standard already exists: HDMI 1.4/1.4a and it is "frame compatible" with ALL the DTT standards (ISDB-T, ATSC, DVB-T and DTMB) using metadata, because in Brazil (ISDB-T) there is already one 3D channel (REDETV!) broadcasting since june 2010, and also as a south-american channel in a cableTV at Paris, France.
As phase 2, "ability to use one of the two 3D images as a 2D image", this is part of the h.264, called MVC (multiple Video Coding) transparent to old receivers with ALL the DDT standards also.
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