Bulletin documenting ATSC 3.0 Television Set recommendations for audio and video watermark reception and processing as defined in ATSC A/334, A/335 and A/336 released.
Arlington, VA, November 18, 2020 – The Consumer Technology Association’s Video Systems Committee (R4) published a bulletin documenting ATSC 3.0 Television Set recommendations for audio and video watermark reception and processing as defined in ATSC A/334, A/335 and A/336.
As described on the CTA website, this Recommended Practice for ATSC 3.0 Television Sets, Watermarking and Content Recovery (CTA-CEB32.10) bulletin makes recommendations related to the capabilities of ATSC 3.0 Television Sets as regarding Content Recovery via Watermarked content. The use of Watermarked A/V content allows ATSC 3.0 Television Sets to recover Service Information via broadband in order to provide the benefits of the ATSC 3.0 system, such as Broadcaster Applications and enhanced emergency alerting, in Redistribution environments where ATSC 3.0 Service Information is not available.
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