Get Involved in Standards

SMPTE Standards Community Participation

SMPTE has many Technology Committees (TC's) and other groups working virtually on a myriad of technical topics to create, approve, revise and remove Standards for the industry. Each year, usually quarterly, the Standards Community meets in week-long TC Meetings to report on progress and to move forward with Standards work that is more easily accomplished in face-to-face meetings. 

Anyone interested in the standards process is welcome to join the SMPTE Standards Community. SMPTE Technology Committees are open to professionals interested in or affected by, SMPTE Standards. Just add Standards Participation to your cart in the SMPTE Store, and get involved!

Standards Quarterly Report

The Standards Quarterly Report summarizes the current progress of SMPTE Technology Committees that are working to create, approve, revise, and remove standards for the industry.

The report is helpful for:

  • Members who participate actively in the Standards Community, and need a quick reference source.
  • Members who participate and were unable to attend a particular TC meeting.
  • Members who follow what is happening in the Standards Community to identify key issues.
  • Members and non-members who have no idea what is taking place in the Standards Community and would like to learn more.

Please let us know what you think, and forward any suggestions for improvement to the Director of Standards Development.

Quarterly reports summarizing the most recent block meetings:

Report from June 2019 hosted by IMAGICA Lab., Tokyo, Japan

Report from March 2019 hosted by SMPTE Headquarters, White Plains, NY, USA

Report from December 2018 hosted by Dolby Laboratories, San Francisco, CA, USA

Report from September 2018 hosted by EBU, Geneva, Switzerland

Standards Outcome Meeting Webcast

The July Standards Outcome Webcast covers the latest updates in SMPTE standards activities including updates to the ST 2110, IMF and Compression Standards. We'll be covering that activity that took place in Tokyo in June thanks to our wonderful hosts at Imagica and will be featuring a special deep dive on High Dynamic range metadata, specifically the standard SMPTE ST 2094 Dynamic Metadata for Color Volume Transformation. If you're interested in watching click here!