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Lee Stewart 01-07-2011 05:49 PM

Verizon, Panasonic Show FullHD 3D Streaming
 
Verizon, Panasonic Show FullHD 3D Streaming

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"We're proud of our work with Verizon to develop this FullHD 3D streaming capability," said Eisuke Tsuyuzaki, chief technology officer, Panasonic Corporation of North America. "Panasonic has always believed that the best way to view 3D is via a FullHD, 1080p resolution image, but until now the only option available has been on Blu-ray Disc media. Over Verizon's high-bandwidth FiOS network, we've now shown that this kind of innovation can be accomplished by a premium television service like FiOS as well."
http://www.twice.com/article/462107-..._Streaming.php

oblioman 01-10-2011 07:45 PM

It would be interesting to compare a 3D BD to their streamed 3D - same movie - physical disc vs streamed. Me guess is that the streamed would come no where near the quality of the disc.

Lee Stewart 01-12-2011 09:22 AM

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Originally Posted by oblioman (Post 1135342)
It would be interesting to compare a 3D BD to their streamed 3D - same movie - physical disc vs streamed. Me guess is that the streamed would come no where near the quality of the disc.

In this case, they should be the same. They are using the same 3D format; Frame Packed 1080 plus twice the bandwidth.

Stew4HD 01-13-2011 02:13 AM

but.. but.. what would happen if the left eye stream came through clearer than the right eye stream? :D Would it mess with my head more than normal?

Lee Stewart 01-13-2011 03:37 AM

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Originally Posted by Stew4HD (Post 1136242)
but.. but.. what would happen if the left eye stream came through clearer than the right eye stream? :D Would it mess with my head more than normal?

Sure - just like when your stereo messes up your left and right channels.

So THAT's your problem huh? :lol: :D :lol:

Stew4HD 01-14-2011 01:37 AM

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Originally Posted by Lee Stewart (Post 1136248)
Sure - just like when your stereo messes up your left and right channels.

So THAT's your problem huh? :lol: :D :lol:

Yep.. dats what it is! It stems from wearing my headphones backwards and listening to Inna-gada-da-vida over and over (the 17:05 version).. back in the early 70's....

oblioman 01-15-2011 07:09 PM

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Originally Posted by Lee Stewart (Post 1135924)
In this case, they should be the same. They are using the same 3D format; Frame Packed 1080 plus twice the bandwidth.

So you are saying that the streamed would be the same quality as the physical disc? Have you, or anybody that you know in the industry actually compared the 2 - side by side? Somehow me little bean just cannot comprehend that streamed 3D looks just as good as BD. Hell,,,,cable companies,,,the airwaves,,,,,you name it - nothing they transmit comes close to what BD offers. But now the magical 3D can?

Lee Stewart 01-16-2011 03:21 PM

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Originally Posted by oblioman (Post 1137172)
So you are saying that the streamed would be the same quality as the physical disc? Have you, or anybody that you know in the industry actually compared the 2 - side by side? Somehow me little bean just cannot comprehend that streamed 3D looks just as good as BD. Hell,,,,cable companies,,,the airwaves,,,,,you name it - nothing they transmit comes close to what BD offers. But now the magical 3D can?

You are ignoring this part of my statement:

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plus twice the bandwidth.
The reason why Verizon can do that is because their network is based on fiber.

oblioman 01-18-2011 07:08 PM

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Originally Posted by Lee Stewart (Post 1137404)
You are ignoring this part of my statement:



The reason why Verizon can do that is because their network is based on fiber.

Me apology. Should have read the article in entirety. Me question still stands, has anybody compared the streaming vs physical disc? Does fios get throttled like cable when more users are added,,does it add to streaming degradation?

Lee Stewart 01-19-2011 12:28 AM

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Originally Posted by oblioman (Post 1138298)
Me apology. Should have read the article in entirety. Me question still stands, has anybody compared the streaming vs physical disc? Does fios get throttled like cable when more users are added,,does it add to streaming degradation?

That was a proof of concept demo.

They use different 3D formats for "broadcast 3D" which use the same bandwidth as a HD channel does. That's why they are callled frame Compatible 3d Formats. Like a regular BD, a 3D BD provides the best consumer available PQ. It uses the Frame Packed 3D Format; Full HD per eye 3D. As opposed to Half HD per eye for broadcast.

That's why the demo was important. To show that Frame Packed 3D could be sent and received over broadcast - via FIOS.

oblioman 01-20-2011 08:34 PM

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Originally Posted by Lee Stewart (Post 1138437)
That was a proof of concept demo.

They use different 3D formats for "broadcast 3D" which use the same bandwidth as a HD channel does. That's why they are callled frame Compatible 3d Formats. Like a regular BD, a 3D BD provides the best consumer available PQ. It uses the Frame Packed 3D Format; Full HD per eye 3D. As opposed to Half HD per eye for broadcast.

That's why the demo was important. To show that Frame Packed 3D could be sent and received over broadcast - via FIOS.

hell yes,,,,,we need more fiber in our HD diet!!!!!! The cable co's really need to step up with their fiber to home - otherwise fiber will put them out the door for good.

vietanseller 01-24-2011 01:19 PM

In this case, they should be the same. They are using the same 3D format; Frame Packed 1080 plus twice the bandwidth.


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