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SMPTE ST 2081-10

2160-line and 1080-line Source Image and Ancillary Data Mapping for 6G-SDI

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Organization: SMPTE
Publication Date: 2 January 2018
Status: active
Page Count: 39
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This Standard defines the mapping of:

• Mode 1: 2160-line Source image formats identified in Table 1 into a 6G-SDI 10-bit interface as defined in section 7 Single-link 6G-SDI 10-bit Multiplex, which can then be serialized

• Mode 2: 1080-line Source image formats identified in Table 6 into a 6G-SDI 10-bit interface as defined in section 7 Single-link 6G-SDI 10-bit Multiplex, which can then be serialized

• Mode 3: 1080-line HFR Source image formats identified in Table 8 into a 6G-SDI 10-bit interface as defined in section 7 Single-link 6G-SDI 10-bit Multiplex, which can then be serialized

This Standard also defines the carriage of ancillary data, and the SMPTE ST 352 payload ID's for the Singlelink 6Gb/s SDI interface.

It is not necessary for implementations to include support for all operating modes or image formats that are included in this standard. Implementers are encouraged to indicate supported operating modes and image formats in commercial publications.

Document History

SMPTE ST 2081-10
January 2, 2018
2160-line and 1080-line Source Image and Ancillary Data Mapping for 6G-SDI
This Standard defines the mapping of: • Mode 1: 2160-line Source image formats identified in Table 1 into a 6G-SDI 10-bit interface as defined in section 7 Single-link 6G-SDI 10-bit Multiplex, which...
February 4, 2015
2160-Line and 1080-Line Source Image and Ancillary Data Mapping for Single-Link 6G-SDI
This Standard defines the mapping of: • Mode 1: 2160-line Source image formats identified in Table 1 into a Single-link 6 Gb/s [nominal] SDI bit-serial interface • Mode 2: 1080-line Source image...

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