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Rory Hinds
HDLink - is the HDMI 10bit
on Jul 22, 2010 at 6:02:46 am

Could someone from Blackmagic confirm what the spec of the HDMI is on the HDLink product range.
Is it HDMI 1.4?
Does it output in 10bit?
Is it switchable between RGB & YUV?

Seems the mini convertor is 10bit and switchable between RGB & YUV but you can't load a 3D LUT into it so I'm hoping the HDLink will deliver.

Rory Hinds
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Neil Sadwelkar
Re: HDLink - is the HDMI 10bit
on Jul 24, 2010 at 8:54:19 am

From the Blackmagic HD Link Pro 3D page...

HDLink Pro 3D DisplayPort also supports HDMI 1.4 for compatibility with the latest full resolution 3D televisions!

SMPTE 352M video payload identification ancillary data is used for automatic input format recognition and RGB/YUV color space detection. Color precision is at an incredible 10 bit in both SD and HD formats. Video data is automatically rounded down to the bit depth of the connected LCD display for superior viewing quality.

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Rory Hinds
Re: HDLink - is the HDMI 10bit
on Jul 24, 2010 at 3:23:06 pm

Hi Neil

I was told by BM that is only does RGB out and its not selectable between RGB and YUV like the mini convertors.

Rory Hinds
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