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Details of 'DTS/JTC-036' Work Item
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  DTS/JTC-036 TS 103 433   BROADCAST
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Cover Date Standstill Creation Date
  Publication (2016-08-03) 1.1.1 2016-08-03 View Standstill Information 2016-01-15
  Rapporteur Technical Officer Harmonized Standard
  Ralf Schaefer Chantal Bonardi No
 
Title High-Performance Single Layer Directly Standard Dynamic Range (SDR) Compatible High Dynamic Range (HDR) System for use in Consumer Electronics devices (SL-HDR1)
SDR compatible HDR 
Scope and Field
of Application
Today High Efficiency Video Coding (HEVC) enables first Ultra HD broadcast services (also referred as 4K resolution) via existing DVB specifications. Recently some High Dynamic Range (HDR) standards have been released by SMPTE (SMPTE ST 2084 and SMPTE ST 2086). However, they define an HDR signal that is not directly compatible with Standard Dynamic Range (SDR) CE devices. Thus, these devices require upstream external processing adapting the HDR signal to a supported video format in order to render the video signal. Additionally, existing production and distribution infrastructures as well as play out may not be compatible with the SMPTE HDR standards with respect to carriage and signaling of the metadata in these standards. The goal of this proposed ETSI Work Item is to standardize an HDR system addressing direct backwards compatibility i.e. a system leveraging SDR distribution networks and services already in place and that enables high quality HDR rendering on HDR-enabled CE devices including high quality SDR rendering on SDR CE devices. Requirement for the described solution is that it is single layer to ensure that bit rate overhead for HDR and implementation complexity in CE devices will be low. An additional requirement is that the resulting standard should take into account HDR technologies currently standardized in other bodies such as ITU-R, ITU-T, SMPTE or ISO. 
Supporting
Organizations
STMicroelectronics, Philips International B.V., CableLabs, Technicolor R&D France 

 

Keywords Projects Clusters Frequencies Mandates Directives
  BROADCASTING
Content
DIGITAL
distribution
HDR
HDTV
UHDTV
VIDEO
  Content delivery
Security
     
Official Journal
     
Remarks
2016-06-03 bonardi Draft contributed - V 1.1.0 contributed for Decision in BROADCAST(16)000030 as Final draft for approval
2016-06-03 bonardi A new draft is uploaded - V 1.1.0 with status: Final draft for approval
2016-05-09 bonardi A new draft is uploaded - V 0.0.4 with status: Final draft for approval
2016-04-18 bonardi Draft contributed - V 0.0.3 contributed for Information in BROADCAST(16)000025 as Stable draft
2016-04-18 bonardi A new draft is uploaded - V 0.0.3 with status: Stable draft
2016-03-23 bonardi Draft contributed - V 0.0.2 contributed for Information in BROADCAST(16)000022 as Stable draft
2016-03-23 bonardi A new draft is uploaded - V 0.0.2 with status: Stable draft
2016-02-15 bonardi Draft contributed - V 0.0.1 contributed for Information in BROADCAST(16)000016 as Early draft
2016-02-15 bonardi A new draft is uploaded - V 0.0.1 with status: Early draft
2016-02-15 BONARDI TB adoption of WI BROADCAST, see contribution BROADCAST(16)000011
2016-01-15 BONARDI WI proposed to TB BROADCAST, see contribution BROADCAST(16)000011
 

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