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    Default DVB-T, DVB-T2, HEVC, Mpeg2, Mpeg4

    I am investigating the relationship between the broadcast formats, DVB-t and T2 and the codec formats HEVC, MPEG2 & 4 on TVs in Australia.
    Unfortunately, the manuals supplied by most manufacturers are incomplete when it comes to this information, eg it will list the TV as being DVB-T2 but not mention anything about its MPEG4 and HEVC capabilities. But I believe that some of the broadcast standard go hand in hand with the codec formats. eg DVB-T capable TVs must be able to decode MPEG2, I also believe that a DVB-T2 TV must also be able to decode HEVC codec. Does anyone any information regards these relationships? For example, are my above beliefs, correct? Is there a similar relationship between DVB-T2 and Mpeg4.



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    DVB-T2 is backward-compatible, so all DVB-T transmissions will still be decoded.

    HEVC, which is also known as H.265 is included.

    There's heaps of info available via Google etc searches.
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    Have they officially adopted the DVB-T2 standard yet in Australia?
    It was meant to happen in 2022.
    Australian consumers are purchasing DVB-T2 capable 4K Ultra HD televisions in droves and the vast majority of content broadcast by free-to-air television networks is in the SD format which is no better than the analogue televisions that were tunred off in 2013!
    Last edited by Slattery; 29-04-24 at 03:09 PM.
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