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Old 9th May 2019, 23:09   #1  |  Link
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Ultra HD Blu-ray compliance

I searched a lot, but still have to find out a document about technical data compliance - like resolutions, bitrates, codecs etc.

I know that, for UHD, HEVC 10bit is used, but I'm curious to know if it's possible to use also HEVC 8bit or even AVC 8bit.

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Only HEVC 10 bit is possible for UltraHD resolution. (1080p+AVC are allowed on UltraHD BluRay e.g. for extras)

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Thanks for the link, sneaker_ger!
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So to have a shortcut:
One can encode/mux MPEG-4AVC 8-bit into UHD-BD if content is SDR 1920x1080x23.976 or 24.000

Table 2-2 includes HEVC and MPEG-4AVC for primary video streams.
Table 2-3 restricts use of MPEG-4AVC for 1920x1080 @ 23.976 and 24.000 fps only.
Paragraph 3.9 (Page 41) specifies MPEG-4AVC as valid for SDR.
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