BBC iPlayer 4K Tested Using Planet Earth II Documentary

BBC iPlayer 4K

The BBC has this month started contrast 4K Ultra HD broadcasts and is now seeking certain BBC iPlayer users that are regulating one of now upheld 4K TVs. To extract in a examination and perspective a overwhelming documentary Planet Earth II that has been filmed in Ultra HD.

The BBC iPlayer 4K initial footage will be accessible to perspective in Ultra HD and Hybrid Log-Gamma (HLG) on concordant connected TVs from now until early subsequent year.

The Wired website explains that a now upheld TV take a form of a :

Panasonic, CX680 Series, CX700 series, CR730 series, CX800 series, CR852 series, CZ950 Series, DX902 Series (65,58,50), DR852 array (65,55), DX802 array (58,50), DX750 array (65,58,50), Dx720 array (58, 50), DX700 Series (58,50), DX680 Series (55,49,40) and DX650 array (55,49,40).

HLG was grown by BBC RD and Japanese broadcaster NHK and was recently enclosed in a International Telecommunication Union’s (ITU) HDR-TV standard.

Source: Wired

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