Technical Study on the Transmission of HDR Content over a Broadcast Channel
AbstractHigh Dynamic Range Television is a topic of current interest in academia and industry since
can attribute the same level of realism without the need to increase the resolution. The reference
end-to end HDR system is based on HDR10 System due to its encoding efficiency and visual quality.
However, it cannot be directed apply for the curren Standard Dynamic Range television system.
This paper makes a technical study about the system requirements to be considered for transmitting
a HDR service in broadcast television and presents objective metrics in different coding scenarios
regarding the HDR10 System and a subjective assessment of the generated tone-mapped videos.
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