Event Type: 
Section Meeting
Event Date: 
Thursday, June 25, 2015 - 18:30 to 21:00
Location: 
Tektronix
4250 Burton Dr
95054 Santa Clara, CA
United States
Event Details: 

4K the Bigger Picture

Is 4K going to be another 3D? or is it going to stick around?

We will take a look at Resolutions of 4K and how it compares to film. What are the market drivers, will we ever get 4k live at home? We will take a look at Image size with a comparison of 480, 720, 1080, 2048, UHD, and 4K. How do we break this up for Quad SDI what extra needs to take place with the picture? We will look at 4 way Division verses 4 way Interleave what are the advantages of one over the other. Color Space, is Rec.709 color enough or do we have to go with Rec.2020 what about ACES or XYZ? Does 4K look any different on a Waveform Monitor, Vector Scope, and Gamut screen? Now that we are using 4 SDI links what about timing between the links? What are some of the Picture reconstruction errors that can take place? If I am 10 clocks off in my link timing will my picture be shifted by 10 pixels? We will also take a look at other Aspect ratios and how that fit in the 4K SDI raster.

Speaker:

Steve Holmes - Sr. Video Applications Engineer Tektronix, Inc.

Steve has over 30 years of video Experience. Before coming to Tektronix, Steve spent 20 years with GTE/Verizon installing, teaching, engineering, and managing Video and CATV systems. During this time he was teaching video transmission and video engineering to non-video engineers. Steve was involved in one of the first Video on Demand, Near Video on Demand, FTTH (fiber to the home), FTTN (fiber to the node) and HFC (hybrid fiber coax), trails before the development of digital video compression systems. For the past 17 years, Steve has worked as a Sr. Video Applications Engineer for Tektronix consulting and teaching test methodologies for Broadcast, Studio, Cable and Manufacturing for customers based in the United States and Western Canada.

Refreshments:

Refreshments will be provided by our hosts Tektronix.