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39. Source:Document 6C/TEMP/330 Subject:Question ITU-R 40-2/6. Annex 4 to Document 6C/564-E. 17 October 2011. English only. Annex 4 to Working Party 6C Chairman’s Report. PRELIMINARY DRAFT NEW RECOMMENDATION ITU-R BT.[IMAGE-UHDTV]. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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Source:Document 6C/TEMP/330Subject:Question ITU-R 40-2/6Annex 4 toDocument 6C/564-E17 October 2011English only

Annex 4 to Working Party 6C Chairmans Report

PRELIMINARY DRAFT NEW RECOMMENDATION ITU-R BT.[IMAGE-UHDTV]

Parameter values for UHDTV systems for productionand international programme exchangeITU-R Working Party 6C has been working on a new recommendation establishing the image format for UHDTV systems since October 2008. Aiming at providing enhanced visual experiences than by HDTV systems, proposals were submitted including extended colour gamut, higher frame frequency and more accurately separated luma and chroma video signals. As a result, PDNR ITURBT.[IMAGE-UHDTV] Parameter values for UHDTV systems for production and international programme exchange (Annex 5 to Document 6C/490) was produced at the previous meeting in May 2011.There were requirements to have further study regarding the new signal format proposed in the previously produced PDNR in terms of coding efficiency etc. Therefore, the non-constant luminance colour encoding technique as in Recommendation ITU-R BT.709 was included to the signal format in the present PDNR. Further study will be conducted to evaluate the newly proposed signal format for UHDTV compared with the non-constant luminance colour encoding technique of Recommendation ITU-R BT.709. Technical supporting materials are included in Report ITU-R BT.[UHDTV] (Doc. 6/398).

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41Chairman, Study Group 6Chairmans reportbroadcasting services7Results of the extraordinary meetings of Study Group 6..At its meeting in October 2001, Study Group 6 took the Decision (Document 6/184) that Task Group6/9 on digital cinema broadcasting be established, subject to the approval of draft new Question ITU-R 15/6 Digital cinema (D-cinema) broadcasting. Question ITU-R 15/6 was subsequently approved by correspondence by ITU-R Member States. Task Group 6/9 is chaired by Mr J. Flaherty (USA).At the first meeting of the Steering Committee of Study Group 6 in September 2002, the Administration of the United States of America referred to the document Review of the scope of Task Group 6/9 (Document 6/301) and proposed that Question ITU-R 15/6 should be reviewed by a wider group of potentially affected parties with a goal of narrowing the scope of the work of TG6/9 to radiocommunication related matters appropriate for consideration by the ITU-R.The Steering Committee of Study Group 6 established an ad hoc Group chaired by MrV.Stepanian (Iran) to consider the Terms of Reference of TG 6/9. It was decided that if the scope of the TG 6/9 were to change, then Question ITU-R 15/6 would need to be reviewed.Following the conclusion of the work of the ad hoc Group, the Steering Committee of Study Group6 established a Drafting Group chaired by Mr S. Lieng (Australia) on 11 September 2002 to review Question ITU-R 15/6, by taking into account the work of the ad hoc Group (Document6/320).At the Study Group 6 meeting in September 2002, it considered the reports of the ad hoc Group and of the Drafting Group on Question ITU-R 15/6 set up by the Steering Committee. However, it was not possible to reach a unanimous consensus on the revision of Question ITU-R 15/6. As a consequence, the Chairman of Study Group 6 decided to convene an Extraordinary Meeting of Study Group 6 on 18March 2003, dedicated to solving the issue.For the collaboration and harmonization of international studies on numerous large screen applications the Honorary Chairman of Study Group 6, Prof. M. Krivocheev (Russia), proposed to use a new term large screen digital imagery as the title of this revised Question.

INTERNATIONAL TELECOMMUNICATION RADIOCOMMUNICATIONASSEMBLYGENEVA, 2-6 JUNE 2003, 3Document 6/1001-E8 April 200342Received: 4 April 2008

( ) Document 6X/7-E7 April 2008English onlyRussian Federation

Radiocommunication Study GroupsSubject: Questions ITU-R 114/6PROPOSAL ON DRAFT REVISION OF QUESTION ITU-R 13/6 Multimedia evolution and common content formatCurrently information in population centers is being represented by traditional, mostly static means, in particular posters, broadsheets, other kinds of advertisement, etc. Some large imagery systems installed in crowded places (squires, railway stations, stadiums, subways, streets, routes with extensive traffic, etc.) also represent various kinds of multimedia information for business, advertising, concerts, shows, sport, cultural and other mass activity. But in many cases they are not sufficiently effective and do not provide the high quality of the represented information. So the efficient mass information servicing of population requires new approaches.Progress of informational, communicational and nanotechnologies, methods of digital TV signals formation, processing, compression, transmission and representation gives the possibility to execute this social order with the help of the new multifunctional, video informational (demonstration) systems on the basis of digital HDTV and EHRI technologies (Recommendation ITU-R BT.709 Parameter values for the HDTV standards for production and international programme exchange, Recommendation ITU-R BT.1201 Extremely high resolution imagery and Recommendation ITU-R BT.1769 Parameter values for an expanded hierarchy of LSDI image formats for production and international programme exchange), which allow viewers to discern even the smallest nuances of the demonstrated pictures.Video informational systems as integrated parts of digital TV broadcasting production and post production centers will allow broadcasters to organize new business applications with the help of multimedia content transmission in the form of data streams, which, in particular could be parts of the broadcasted programs transport streams. A possibility will occur to provide advertising business and various mass informational servicing structures with new digital TV multimedia broadcasting service. Broadcasters may play an important role in this process as leaders in this perspective area. It will allow to increase substantially the role and importance of digital TV broadcasting in creation and development of the information society and will contribute to the radical broadening of the spectrum of services with good economical prospects.Numerous telecommunication services are also interested in the development of such systems as potential sources of additional traffic.43Source:Document 6B/TEMP/60

Annex 9 to Working Party 6B Chairman's Report Annex 9 toDocument 6B/106-E27 May 2009English onlyAnnex 9 to Working Party 6B Chairmans Report

Radiocommunication Study GroupsSubject: Digital multimedia video Iformational systemsEstablishment OF A RAPPORTEUR GROUP on digital multimedia video informational systemsWP 6B (SWG 6B-2) considered Document 6B/102 contributed by the Russian Federation. The document shows an urgent necessity to study all the aspects and user requirements for digital multimedia video informational systems.The study of the user requirements for digital multimedia video informational systems (VIS) on the basis of high definition television (HDTV), large screen digital imagery (LSDI) and extremely high resolution imagery (EHRI) is included in Question ITU-R 45-1/6 Broadcasting of multimedia and data applications. These requirements can include a variety of the video information, displayed on the screen for collective viewing of various kinds of the broadcasting multimedia and information for business, advertising, concerts, shows, sport, cultural mass activity, etc. with screens installed in multicrowded places (squares, railway stations, stadiums, streets, parks, airports trade and cultural centers, shops, drugstores, etc.) provided with the help of VIS integrated in digital TV broadcasting. It is important to also have comfortable viewing of the image on the screen of the VIS display, contribution, distribution and management of content signals and other VIS aspects.Also of high importance for VIS is Question ITU-R 126/6 Recommended operating practices to tailor television programme material to broadcasting applications at various image quality levels and sizings.For the consolidation of the international efforts in this area and to accelerate the standardization process, it is proposed to establish a Rapporteur Group on digital multimedia video informational systems as well as to appoint the chairman of the group.Chairman of the Rapporteur GroupThe Rapporteur Group is led by:Professor Krivocheev (Russian Federation) as an Acting ChairmanE-mail: [email protected] interested participants are encouraged to join the e-mail reflector.

Radiocommunication Study GroupsAnnex 9 toDocument 6B/163-E8 December 2009English onlySubject: Digital multimedia video Iformational systemsSource: Document 6B/TEMP/104WP 6B received an excellent report, Doc. 6B/133, from the acting Rapporteur Group Chairman Professor Krivocheev. This report has a lot of important information on digital multimedia video information systems (VIS) and proposals for revising three Questions, 45-2/6, 126/6 and 131/6.In order to continue the Rapporteur Group, WP 6B requested Professor Krivocheev to serve as the Chairman of the group and he kindly accepted the request.

Terms of reference of the Rapporteur GroupStudy of VIS integration in digital TV broadcasting, methods for maintaining comfortable viewing of the images on screens of dis

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