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Re: HDMI vs HD-SDI

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Michael KammesRe: HDMI vs HD-SDI
by on Dec 23, 2010 at 1:24:40 am

HD-SDI has greater bandwidth available than HDMI, however, it's not really needed in this case. HDMI also may have limitations on the device pushing out or receiving the signal. For example, 23.98 Psf does not conform to the HDMI 1.3 spec. Thus, if a pro device spit out 23.98 Psf, a HDMI monitor may not understand that. A Pro Device with HD-SDI spigot is more likely to understand it.

I'd go HD-SDI given the chance.

~Michael



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