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Delivering Standards
Since 1916

Where Quality Meets Interoperability

About Standards  

As an internationally recognized standards organization, SMPTE provides a vital technical framework to the industry with over 800 standards, recommended practices, and engineering guidelines that touch nearly every piece of motion-imaging content. SMPTE standards ensure that this content is seen and heard in the highest possible quality on any display screen, while they enable repeatable workflows for content creators and distributors, as well as the manufacturers who support them.

2024 TC Chairs

TC 10E - Frederick G Walls

TC 27C - Steve LLamb and CJ Flynn

TC 30MR - Dean Bullock and Bill Redmann

TC 31FS - Wolfgang Ruppel

TC 32NF - ievgen Kostiukevych and Bruce Devlin

TC 34CS -  Karyn Reid

TC 35PM - JoAnne Kim and Raymond Yeung

SMPTE’s Standards Liaisons:

Advanced Media Workflow Association (AMWA)

Advanced Television Systems Committee (ATSC)

Digital Entertainment Content Ecosystem (DECE)

Digital Video Broadcasting (DVB)
Society of Cable Television Engineers (SCTE-DVS)

World Wide Web Consortium (W3C)

Working Group 1 – Joint Photographic Experts Group (WG1 JPEG)

Working Group 11 – Moving Picture Experts Group (WG11 MPEG)

Moving Picture Experts Group (MPEG)

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By providing structure, organization and interoperability, SMPTE has helped advance the motion-imaging industry through all of its major transitions. From the advent of sound and color to the shift from analog to digital formats, receiving an Oscar® and multiple Emmy® Awards for its work, SMPTE has been the innovator of some of the most iconic standards for high-quality content, as well as those that are facilitating the transition to an IP-based multiscreen world. And SMPTE continues to innovate at a rapid clip.

Today's key standards include Material eXchange Format (MXF), Interoperable Master Format (IMF), and Serial Digital Interface (SDI and HD-SDI), while emerging standards, like High Dynamic Range (HDR) and ST 2110 for digital video over IP, continue to ensure that all areas of the industry have a common foundation for development, operation, and quality.

SMPTE is accredited by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) and recognized by the International Standards Organization (ISO), the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC), and the International Telecommunications Union (ITU) as an Approved Reference Organization.

Standards development is a collaborative process dedicated to improved workflow, global interoperability, and uncompromising quality. We encourage all interested SMPTE members to take advantage of this unique opportunity by volunteering to work with the industry's top technologists to help shape the future through Standards development.