Are You Ready for 4K and ATSC 3.0?

If you’re not, don’t sweat it. 4K isn’t ready for 4K, and ATSC 3.0 isn’t either. Spoiler Alert: 4K TV RF/IP rests on a number of emerging technologies, so this blog is a longer than normal. Your Eyes Aren’t 4K The problem is, your eyes can’t discern 4K from normal viewing distances. You’d have to be less than 10’ from your 75” 4K TV to begin to see…

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Contemporary Research Celebrates the 10 Year Anniversary of its First Digital HDTV Tuner

The Telecommunications Act in 1996 initiated a major transition for both broadcasters and TV technology manufacturers. Analog TV channels would become obsolete as digital HD programs were required to replace them by January, 2007. Even when the deadline was later extended to June 12, 2009, Contemporary Research foresaw the necessity of high-quality digital tuners. With…

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QMOD-QIP Encoders now accept 1080psf24 video

Just when you think you know a thing or two about video formats, you find there’s always one more thing you didn’t know about. 1080psf24 stands for Progressive Segmented Frames. When the 1080p standard appeared, there were many cameras and video storage systems based on 1080i and couldn’t handle 1920 x 1080 progressive frames. So studios created a hybrid format called…

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Display Express PC Installation – Windows 7-10 Pro

Installing Display Express software into a Windows 7-10 Pro computer is a fairly simple process. The software can also be installed in Windows 10 Home. We don’t recommend WIndows XP, as that software is no longer supported by Microsoft. Click here if you need instructions for XP Pro. Enabling Internet Information Services This group of services makes it possible to…

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