HbbTV can show digital television content from a number of different sources including traditional broadcast TV , Internet, and connected devices in the home. To watch hybrid digital TV, consumers will need a hybrid IPTV set-top box with a range of input connectors, including Ethernet as well as at least one tuner for receiving broadcast TV signals. In May , in an email sent on behalf of the HbbTV Consortium steering group, supporters of the consortium were invited to become full members. The transitional arrangements towards the opening of membership would involve withdrawal of a number of privileges, including participation in meetings and contribution to further versions of the specification, from supporters that did not sign up.
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The HbbTV 2. It also fixes issues found during implementation of HbbTV 2. This presentation provides an insight into the HbbTV 2. It gives an overview of the new features and the other changes from version 2. This is a version of TS V1. Issue numbers are included for cross-referencing with errata 3. It is a living document which will be updated based on experience of implementing receivers, services and tests.
Issue numbers are included for cross-referencing with errata 2. It has been replaced by a later version and is preserved here purely for the record and should not be used. This document contains a snapshot of the errata to HbbTV 2. This document was originally approved in October however not published due to last-minute concerns with one of the solutions. These have now been addressed and a better solution included.
Errata 2 has been replaced by a later version and is preserved here purely for the record and should not be used. This document is a comparison between HbbTV 2. The comparison has been done using the automated mechanism in Microsoft Word which may result in false positives and results that are more compex than would come from a manual comparison. This is the first version of the HbbTV 2. It is preserved here purely for the record and should not be used. HbbTV 2.
It updated the web platform to HTML5 and introduced a number of new features. It has been replaced by HbbTV 2. Issue numbers are included for cross-referencing with errata 4. TS V1. This version was based on 3 documents;. This document contains all agreed errata and replaces errata 3, errata 2 and errata 1.
This is the third errata to TS 1. It is replaced by errata 4 and is preserved here purely for the record. It should not be used. This is the second errata to TS 1. This is the first errata to TS 1. It is replaced by errata 4 and is preserved here purely for the record and should not be used. This is an updated version of the stand-alone HbbTV 1. It is preserved here purely as for the record. It is obsolete and should not be used any longer as the content is included in TS V1.
This is the original version of HbbTV 1. It is obsolete and should not be used any longer as the August 1st version includes important clarifications. This is the original HbbTV specification. It should only be used when developing applications and services targeted at already deployed HbbTV TVs and set-top boxes.
This errata document contains a set of identified and resolved errata to the HbbTV specification. These have been integrated with HbbTV 1. This fully replaces the former errata 1. This is errata 1 for HbbTV 1. It is obsolete and should not be used any longer.
This specification is an extension to the core HbbTV specification to support operator application. Operator applications allow TV operators, in partnership with TV manufacturers, to provide an operator-branded experience as an application on TVs.
It includes a description of what an operator application is, market drivers for operator applications, as well as an overview of technical details within the HbbTV OpApp specification. HbbTV has ordered unit tests for the operator applications specification. More than of these have been delivered but they are in the process of being reviewed and are NOT YET approved for certification.
HbbTV welcomes support from interested parties to contribute to the review and approval process, please contact support hbbtv. This document enables use of broadcast-related applications when that signalling does not reach the HbbTV terminal. The first version of this document only addressed HbbTV terminals directly connected to broadcast networks that were not carrying the HbbTV signalling.
This second version of the document also addresses HbbTV terminals connected only indirectly to a broadcast network through a set-top box and HDMI.
It compares phase 1 and phase 2 of application discovery over broadband with the regular HbbTV application discovery over broadcast. It gives an overview of key aspects of the specification such as the watermark state machine, timelines and stream events.
This document defines a method for discovery of broadcast-related HbbTV services via a broadband internet connection for settings where AIT signalling via the broadcast network is not available to the HbbTV terminal. Part 1 of the HbbTV targeted advertising specification contains the functional requirements including the definition of the fast media switch API.
Part 2 of HbbTV targeted advertising specification contains the non-functional requirements such as ones relating to performance and memory sizes. Part 2 defines the two performance profiles. This presentation provides an insight into the HbbTV targeted advertising specification. It gives an overview of the features and requirements. It explains some implementation considerations. Click here to review historical OIPF specifications.
All rights reserved. Website designed by FullView Design. Exclusive pricing is offered to members. Please not that membership confirmation is required prior to registration confirmation. Member Login. Specifications HbbTV 2. Errata 3 to HbbTV 2. Errata 2 to HbbTV 2. Errata 1 to HbbTV 2. Changes from HbbTV 2. Information and History of HbbTV 2. HbbTV 1. This version was based on 3 documents; the original TS V1.
Errata 4 to TS V1. Errata 3 for TS V1. Errata 1 for TS V1. Errata 2 for TS V1. Targeted Advertising Part 1 Part 1 of the HbbTV targeted advertising specification contains the functional requirements including the definition of the fast media switch API.
Part 2 Part 2 of HbbTV targeted advertising specification contains the non-functional requirements such as ones relating to performance and memory sizes.
This spreadsheet replaces a list included in HbbTV 1.
ETSI TS 102 796 V1.1.1
Hybrid Broadcast Broadband TV