There is more to Ultra HD/4K than a higher resolution screen. Enhance your
knowledge of Ultra HD/4K benefits and challenges to better design systems
utilizing this new technology.
This CEDIA Training course is sponsored by Crestron. It is free to both
members and nonmembers.
CEU Value: 3.0
Ultra HD/4K is the next
generation of high definition television, sporting a minimum resolution of 3,840
x 2,160 pixels. This four-fold increase in picture resolution is just the start
of many benefits to a much better picture quality. This does come at a cost
however, as there are many technical challenges required to transmit and display
Ultra HD/4K content because it is very bandwidth intensive.
This course addresses
the differences in Ultra HD/4K technology as compared to its 1080P predecessors
and what it takes to successfully distribute such signals. Gain a deeper
understanding of Ultra HD/4K, improvements with the image resolution, the math
in calculating the higher rate video signals, and the transport mechanisms
At the conclusion of
this course, participants should be able to:
- Define Ultra HD/4K
- Describe existing problems with image resolution through
the use of various technologies
- Calculate pixel
clock, data rate, and line rate in determining video signals for Ultra
- Evaluate the
transport capabilities of HDMI with Ultra HD/4K
This eCourse consists of an in-depth
video lecture segmented into sections. The sections may include interactive
elements and quizzes. You must pass the final test at the end of the course to
earn CEU credits.
After registering, this eCourse will be available for 90
days. To access, log
cedia.net and select
My CEDIA thenMy Training .
Class Length: 3 hours
This CEDIA Training course is sponsored by Crestron. It is free
to both members and nonmembers.