Baseband Video and Audio testing
Baseband video and audio testing
A How-To Guide to High Dynamic Range (HDR)
Key areas covered by this guide include:
• How to configure an HDR waveform Display
• Using Look Up Tables (LUTS) in post-production
• Camera acquisition using camera log graticules
Understanding the Challenges of Creating 4K Content
With this eBook you will learn how to navigate these challenges when transitioning from HD to 4K/UHD workflows:
• Inter-channel timing for quad link 4K/UHD signal
• Video payload identifier (VPID)
• Colorimetry (ITU-R BT.709 & BT .2020)
• Aspect ratio validation of incoming 4K/UHD content
Physical Layer Testing of 3G-SDI and HD-SDI Serial Digital Signals
The transition to high definition (HD) and 3G-SDI can be a smooth one if careful engineering practices are followed in the initial stages of planning the facility. Our application note provides a concise overview of what you need to be aware of during the transition.
A Guide to Standard and High-Definition Digital Video Measurements
This guide discusses the basics of the digital signal and illustrates the measurements available to ensure your signals are valid and legal.
Understanding Jitter Measurement for Serial Digital Video Signa
In this technical guide, we describe the different techniques for measuring jitter in serial digital video signals and how they can lead to different measurement results. We further identify areas where the standards should supply additional specifications and guidance to help ensure more consistent jitter measurements.
16-Channel Audio Monitoring How to Guide
Monitoring of the audio levels is a critical part of ensuring the fidelity of the signal. Within the Serial Digital Interface (SDI) for High Definition (HD) and Standard Definition (SD) up to 16 channels of audio can be embedded within the signal. This How To Guide provides an overview of how to configure the waveform monitor to view all 16 Channels of embedded audio and quickly switch to 1-8 and 9-16 audio channels
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