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Overview Documents

These Overview Documents are available at no charge.

A multipart set of documents should be supplemented by an Overview Document, which shall describe the relationships among the Parts and may describe the relationships of the Parts to other Engineering Documents. Part 0 documents are not due process Engineering Documents.

OV 2021-0, Roadmap for the 2021 Document Suite

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OV 2036-0, Ultra High Definition Television

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OV 2048-0, Roadmap for the 2048 Document Suite

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OV 2052-0, Roadmap for the 2052 Document Suite

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OV 2067-0, Interoperable Master Format

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OV 2073-0, Document Suite Overview

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OV 2081-0, 6G-SDI Bit-Serial Interfaces Roadmap for the SMPTE ST 2081 Document S

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OV 2082-0, Overview for the SMPTE ST 2082 Document Suite

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OV 2094-0, Overview for the SMPTE ST 2094 Document Suite

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OV 2110-0, Map for the 2110 Document Suite

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OV 2112-0, Roadmap for the 2112 Document Suite

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OV 292-0, Roadmap for the 292 Document Suite

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OV 297-0, Overview for the 297 Document Suite

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OV 299-0, 24-Bit Digital Audio Format SMPTE 292 Bit-Serial Interface —Roadmap

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OV 379-0, Overview for the SMPTE ST 379 Document Suite

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OV 425-0, Roadmap for the 425 Document Suite

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OV 435-0, Roadmap

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SMPTE Timed Text

The U.S Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has declared the closed-captioning standard for online video content developed by the Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers (SMPTE) – the worldwide leader in motion-imaging standards and education for the communications, media, and entertainment industries – to be a safe harbor interchange and delivery format. The ruling means that captioned video content distributed via the Internet that uses the SMPTE standard – known officially as SMPTE Timed Text – will comply with the 21st Century Communications and Video Accessibility Act (CVAA), a landmark U.S. law designed to ensure the accessibility, usability, and affordability of broadband, wireless, and Internet technologies for people with disabilities.

The standard and all its parts are available at no charge.

ST 2052-1:2013 Timed Text Format (SMPTE-TT)
RP 2052-10:2010 Conversion from CEA-608 Data to SMPTE-TT
RP 2052-10:2010-A1 Conversion from CEA-608 Data to SMPTE-TT - Amendment 1
RP 2052-10:2012 Conversion from CEA-608 Data to SMPTE-TT
RP 2052-10:2013 Conversion from CEA-608 Data to SMPTE-TT
RP 2052-11:2013 Conversion from CEA-708 Caption Data to SMPTE-TT