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CEA-775-C R-2013 (ANSI)

Standards Details

DTV 1394 Interface Specification
Document Number:
CEA-775-C R-2013 (ANSI)
CEA-775-C R 2013 defines mechanisms to allow a source of MPEG service, such as a cable or terrestrial set-top box, digital VCR, or DTV to utilize the MPEG decoding and display capabilities in a DTV. A method is included to allow the OSD Producer to supply bitmap graphic overlays for blending and composition in the DTV over decoded video. CEA-775-C supports an optional baseband analog audio/video connection between an audio/video source device and the DTV. Mechanisms are provided to allow the source device to control the selection of the audio/video source for display in the DTV between an MPEG service decoded in the DTV and incoming analog audio/video supplied to it via an external input. Nothing in CEA-775-C is intended to constrain the use of other 1394-based protocols.
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Committe Name:
R4.8 DTV Interface Subcommittee
Publication Date:
May 28, 2013
$142.00 (Standard) $106.50 (Member)
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VCR, digital, DTV, MPEG, MPEG service, CEA-775, baseband, analog, audio/video connection, audio/video source, decode, video, video system, external.


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