In 2009, NAB recommended that broadcasters use 1080i59.94 formats, or 110% of 1080i50, in the event that they are not able to broadcast in 1080p60. On October 10, 2012, the FCC issued a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NPRM) inviting comment on whether to require broadcast television stations to include the encoding of SVC-encoded 3D content on both the Blu-ray Disc and physical media of the program. On October 15, 2013, the FCC responded to this NPRM stating that it would require broadcasters to transmit 3D programs in the 1080p60 format or in 1080i59.94 in lieu of the SVC stream. The FCC also stated that it would allow broadcasters to continue to offer content in the 1080i50 format. The FCC stated that it would allow broadcasters to continue to offer 1080i50 content in the event that they were not able to transmit in 1080p60 format.
Multiple related DVB-T ATSC standards have been adopted and are being tested including ATSC 3.0, ATSC 3.1, ATSC 3.2 and ATSC 3.2.2. Unlike the other television standards mentioned in this section, there is not a single standard for DVB-T. While there are different standards for the new digital audio/video broadcast technologies, there is also some commonality between some standards, with the addition of a few more required features. The latest version of DVB-T published in December 2009 adds support for 4K (4096 x 2160) resolution audio, which can be transmitted in the digital audio service at a rate of about 22 Mbit/s.
The Transition from 720p to 1080p occurred over a period of about four years from 2009 to 2013. The resolution of HD changed from 720p to 1080p, which is double the size of a 1280×720 pixel screen. Newer TVs with HDMI 2.0 and 3.0 inputs support 1080p. Consumer multimedia devices like Blu-ray players may also support this resolution.
Some applications, such as Java, require that the application directories and libraries are updated to a newer version before the user can update. However, there are some applications that are not explicitly API-specific, such as the X Window System, the X server source code, are automatically updated as required.
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