HEVC (High Efficiency Video Coding), also known as H.265, is a codec for video compression. It was developed to double the compression efficiency of the previous H.264 / AVC standard. HEVC offers from 25% to 50% better data compression at the same vi…
An option that records the content the user is watching and saves it in digital format on a USB stick or on an external hard drive to access your favorite content at all times.
Android Open Source Project is a smart operating system for TVs based on Linux, developed by Google. It allows users to watch and listen to content of their choice and at any time.
The CI slot provides the possibility for a user to gain access to encrypted channels via the operator’s CI card. This interface is used for digital broadcasting and protects a user from illegally watching paid or banned TV channels. The CI card e…
Direct LED backlight
It is a backlight emitted by LED diodes distributed along the entire length behind the screen. The advantage of this uniform backlight is a high level of contrast, as well as a high level of brightness.
Dolby Audio uses advanced processing technologies to create a dynamic sound experience that gives extra sound depth.
DVB dekoder (T2/C/S2)
Broadcast digital image signal. Depending on the way it is broadcast, there are the following standards: DVB-C (cable digital television), DVB-S2 (Satellite digital television), DVB-T2 (via a network of transmitters on the ground).
An appliance is ready for connection and smart control via application.
Hybrid log-gamma (HLG) is a backward compatible with high dynamic range (HDR) standard. It is designed specifically for cable, satellite and antenna TV signals. It provides the ability to encode wide dynamic range, while being compatible with existin…
Miracast / Display Share
It allows a TV wireless connection to a mobile phone, tablet or laptop. These technologies work over a Wi-Fi network and both devices need to be on the same network so that the screen of one device can be cast to another.
4K or UHD (from Ultra HD) with four times more pixels than Full HD, 4 times superior in terms of details and image sharpness. Ultra HD has a resolution of 3840×2160 pixels – slightly less than a movie screen.
The frame interpolation technique is developed to improve video quality and smoothness. It works by adding additional frames to the video, so natural motions and a smooth video playback effect are achieved at a faster frame rate.
The technology enhances contrast in dark regions of an image, providing thus the optimal amount of detail in dark scenes.