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Studies on the Bit Rate Requirements for a HDTV Format With 1920 \times 1080 pixel Resolution, Progressive Scanning at 50 Hz Frame Rate Targeting Large Flat Panel Displays

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4 Author(s)
Hoffmann, H. ; Eur. Broadcasting Union, Grand Saconnex ; Itagaki, T. ; Wood, David ; Bock, A.

This paper considers the potential for an HDTV delivery format with 1920 times 1080 pixels progressive scanning and 50 frames per second in broadcast applications. The paper discusses the difficulties in characterizing the display to be assumed for reception. It elaborates on the required bit rate of the 1080p/50 format when critical content is coded in MPEG-4 H.264 AVC Part 10 and subjectively viewed on a large, flat panel display with 1920 times 1080 pixel resolution. The paper describes the initial subjective quality evaluations that have been made in these conditions. The results of these initial tests suggest that the required bit-rate for a 1080p/50 HDTV signal in emission could be kept equal or lower than that of 2nd generation HDTV formats, to achieve equal or better image quality

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Broadcasting, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:52 ,  Issue: 4 )

Date of Publication:

Dec. 2006

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