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CTA-799

On-Screen Display Specification

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Organization: CTA
Publication Date: 1 July 2006
Status: active
Page Count: 25
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This standard, CEA-799-A, specifies syntax and semantics for bitmapped graphics data typically used for on-screen display (OSD). CEA-799-A is applicable whenever it is necessary to specify a standard method for delivery of bitmapped graphics data. The pixel formats include optional alpha-blend and transparency attributes to support composition of graphics over analog or digitally decoded video within the display. In CEA-799-A, the source of the bitmapped graphics data is called the OSD Producer and the device receiving and processing the data is called the OSD Consumer. CEA-799-A is designed such that it may be referenced in part or in whole.

Document History

CTA-799
July 1, 2006
On-Screen Display Specification
This standard, CEA-799-A, specifies syntax and semantics for bitmapped graphics data typically used for on-screen display (OSD). CEA-799-A is applicable whenever it is necessary to specify a standard...
July 1, 2006
On-Screen Display Specifications
This standard, CEA-799-A, specifies syntax and semantics for bitmapped graphics data typically used for on-screen display (OSD). CEA-799-A is applicable whenever it is necessary to specify a standard...
July 1, 1999
On-Screen Display Specification
In this standard, the source of the bitmapped graphics data is called the OSD Producer and the device receiving and processing the data is called the OSD Consumer.
July 1, 1999
On-Screen Display Specification
In this standard, the source of the bitmapped graphics data is called the OSD Producer and the device receiving and processing the data is called the OSD Consumer.

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