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reply to fifty nine

Re: the report defines an HD stream as 2 Mbps

said by fifty nine:

said by ArrayList:

I'd be curious to see what a real HD stream would use.

It depends on the codec and compression.

19MBps is the maximum that broadcast HDTV can use and they use a less efficient codec (MPEG2). Blu-ray Disc (BD) can use more than that. Streaming tends to use less because of home internet connections typically being lower bandwidth. It is a chicken and egg scenario.

I am sure he wanted to know the uncompressed rate
10-bit Uncompressed HD - 1080i at 59.94 fps 155 MB/s
10-bit Uncompressed HD - 1080p at 23.98 fps 125 MB/s
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