While presenting its UHD-TV HDR (High Dynamic Range) and HFR (High Frame Rate) demonstrations at the NAB Show, the 4EVER-2 consortium has been rewarded for its achievements in the improvement of the video Quality of Experience with its research and work in UHD-TV phase 2.
The French consortium exhibited two demonstrations at the NAB Show 2016 from April 18th until April 21st, illustrating the reality of three UHD-TV aspects: spatial definition (4K), contrast and detail levels (High Dynamic Range, HDR) and motion rendering (High Frame Rate, HFR). The brand new ATSC3.0 standard was used for delivering the HDR version, while HFR was encoded real-time with HEVC technology on an end-to-end live chain over IPTV.
NAB presents the Technology Innovation Award to organizations that have made a significant contribution to broadcasting and that bring advanced technology exhibits and demonstrations to the NAB Show.
The 4EVER-2 consortium received this award this year for “Demonstrating Important Benefits and Features of Ultra High Definition Television over Different Types of Networks”.