- Written by Scott Wilkinson
- Published on 14 November 2013
Video guru Joe Kane goes into great detail about the UHD video system and what he would like to see included in it, such as wider color gamut, higher bit depth and dynamic range, less-aggressive color subsampling, higher frame rates, and better codecs. He explains why these parameters are more important than raw pixel resolution and bemoans that the current UHD standard, ITU-R Recommendation BT-2020, doesn't go nearly far enough. Plus answers to chat-room questions and more.
Run Time: 1:14:09
Joe Kane specializes in the science of electronic imaging, accurately reproducing video on electronic display devices. He has produced several ground-breaking video based programs on the subject, including A Video Standard, Video Essentials, and multiple versions of Digital Video Essentials. He's currently working and lecturing in HDTV and UHDTV program production, digital compression of video for high quality distribution, HDTV displays that conform to ITU and SMPTE specifications, and UHDTV standards.