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Discussion in 'Home Theater Audio' started by kevinturcotte, Mar 15, 2012.
4K and 8K should make Hollywood happy. Take a long time to torrent a movie at 8K.
Not at school! We get 90 Mbps down and up in the library lol (Not that I'd pirate a movie, and certainly not using the school's internet)
There was a mention of using two 6 MHz channels for 4K and perhaps 8K with new compression algos and perhaps new modulation instead of 8VSB.
Switching to MPEG-4 would help as well.
Only today only for tests 4K transmitting as no new H.2XX standard developed not telling about equipment...
One 6 MHz channel with 8VSB modulation giving max rate 19.2 Mbps is not enough for 4x pixel's count with current H.264 or VC-1 compression.
Perhaps static picture or FR = 7.5 fps.
Latest news, a new label is settled to "Ultra HD":