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Apple and other consumer electronics companies have started to release bandwidth efficient codec standards, in particular H.265 and VP9, to support the new HD formats. Competitors of Apple products, such as Samsung Electronics, Microsoft, Google, Intel, and Qualcomm announced Google’s WebM and VP9 video codecs as standards for use in web browsers and other mobile devices. In addition, SMPTE has started a new port of H.264/AVC to VP9, by March 2016 the H.264 specification was also updated for AV1, with support for AV1 announced in 2016. A converter is required for converting encoding formats. Low end players use hardware decoding and support 1080p45 but not 1080p24 due to factors such as the “black gap” and pixel doubling artifact. High end players and videoconsoles support 1080p48 rather than the intended 1080p60.
Most consumer DTV receivers include HDMI support for 1080p content (streaming or stored), 10-bit color with 16-bit color depth and 4:4:4 chroma sampling. Consumer-grade equipment often includes built-in scalers, allowing 1080p content to be upscaled to lower resolutions. Residential equipment must comply with corresponding EIA-708, EIA-761, or EIA-792-D requirements, depending on the product’s use of in-line HDMI (for example, an AV receiver without an HDMI input would not need compliance). A Digital Visual Interface (DVI) connector is also typically included if an HDMI connection is not compatible with the receiver. There are several display resolutions specified by the VESA standards including 720p, 1080i, 1080p, and 4K, where “i” stands for interlaced video and “p” stands for progressive scan.
1080p designates that this video is designed to have a full frame of video per second, enabling reference to pixels per frame or number of frames (i.e., 16,000 frames per second). The following frame rates are also common: 24, 25, 29.97, 30, 30p, 50, 50p, 59.94, 60, and 60i. Several codecs have been ratified for this purpose, including H.262/MPEG-2 Part 2, H.