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The EBU believes that PSBs must take a pragmatic approach to 3D services when making decisions about producing and broadcasting in 3D. This report is to inform senior management about the issues involved with producing, distributing and viewing stereoscopic 3D-TV.
The document defines the placement of source timecode in the MXF header metadata for various OP's, in frame-wrapped and, for EBU recommended essence formats, in clip-wrapped essence containers. Version 2, November 2010
This document sets out a list of high level technical requirements necessary to standardize an end-to-end Hybrid Broadcast/Broadband environment to the mutual benefit of PSBs and end-users.
This is version 1.0 of the EBU/egta Metadata Schema for business-to-business file-based exchange of advertising material.
A suite of programs, written for colorimetric analysis of single frames extracted from digitally captured video sequences. The programs are all written in BBC BASIC for Windows, and the routines have been kept as simple as possible.
TV archives are moving from videotape to file, and are becoming a more integrated part of the production environment. This report addresses the many challenges faced by broadcasters and answers common questions.
The terrestrial broadcasting platform is the primary means of delivering TV and radio broadcasting services in much of Europe. In this document the importance of terrestrial broadcasting and its unique features are emphasised.
This document summarizes the studies carried out by the EBU D/P2P (Peer-to-Peer) Project Group, which assessed the suitability of grid-based Internet delivery mechanisms to distribute large-scale high-quality audio-visual streams and files to the general public.