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Ultra High Definition Video
Super Hi-Vision, also known as Ultra High Definition Video, UHDV, Ultra High Definition Television, UHDTV and UHD is an experimental digital video format, currently proposed by NHK of Japan.
Super Hi-Vision's main specifications:
Resolution: 7,680 × 4,320 pixels (16:9) (approximately 33 megapixels)
Frame rate: 60 frame/s.
Audio: 22.2 channels
9 - above ear level
10 - ear level
3 - below ear level
2 - low frequency effects
Bandwidth: 21 GHz frequency band
600 MHz, 500~6600 Mbit/s bandwidth
UHDV resolution shown in comparison to other digital video formats.
The new format with a resolution of 7,680 × 4,320 pixels is four times as wide and four times as high (for a total of 16 times the pixel resolution) as existing HDTV, which has a maximum resolution of 1920 × 1080 pixels. According to the Yomiuri Shimbun, the Japanese Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications will be starting a public-private partnership to develop technology for UHDV in the hopes of setting an international standard for Super Hi-Vision in addition to broadcasting with it beginning in 2015.