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HDCP 2.2 (Part 3 of 3): HDMI 2.0 Mixing Pot & System Design Recorded Webinar

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Part three of this series looks at what else needs to be considered in designing a UHD system along with HDCP 2.2, including the latest features of HDMI 2.0 - HDR, high frame rate and wide color gamut. In combination these have implications on system bandwidth and connectivity, all of which must come together in a big mixing pot to ensure system success.

Recorded on July 21, 2016.

Free to both members and nonmembers.
CEU Value: 1.0


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Part 3 of 3 of CEDIA's HDCP 2.2 Webinar Series.

Meet the Instructor


David Meyer

CEDIA Australia/New Zealand

Melbourne-based David Meyer is CEDIA's Director of Technical Curriculum. David is a 23-year veteran of the industry, having started out in photographics and imaging, moving into home cinema retail and custom installation, then product design, manufacturing, and distribution as founder of the Kordz Group. He served as a CEDIA volunteer for over ten years, including as a Subject Matter Expert in connectivity (namely HDMI) and video, and has authored and presented numerous courses over his tenure.


David is based in Melbourne, Australia. He is founder of Kordz, a digital connectivity specialist brand, HDMI 2.0 and HDBaseT Adopter, THX partner and CEDIA Supplier member. David personally heads product development for Kordz, and also actively contributes to industry standards and compliance. He is a member of CEDIA’s Technical Working Group, as HDMI & UHD Subject Matter Expert (SME) where work includes credited contribution to CEDIA’s HDMI Best Practices white paper series, co-author of CEDIA’s Ultra-HD/4K white paper initiative of 2013, and author and presenter of multiple HDMI focused courses, both as a CEDIA Certified Instructor and also independently. He is a member of the CEA’s Ultra-HD Working Group, has written numerous HDMI related articles for trade and consumer magazines, as well as several white papers on HDMI and associated technologies.