Technology and Security Issues Facing HDR in Pay TV: Part 2 of 3

February 1, 2017
In part two of this thee-part video series, Scott Davis, Principal Architect at Charter Communications, and Dave Belt, Product Marketing Director at Irdeto, discuss the issues cable MSOs must resolve in order to make HDR-enhanced UHD service a compelling option for the largest possible number of UHD set owners. The conversation also covers the need to accommodate an ongoing flow of new metadata and other standards, the importance of ensuring the viewing experience meets producers’ expectations, the need to determine how to match dynamic ranges with varying TV capabilities and the challenges surrounding coding bit counts, compression and transfer functions.
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