bhf3737 said:HarryFilm said:===
NOT EVEN CLOSE!!! I'm already running 55 inch screens at 4 x 4k for the small system and 4K x 8 screens using 83 inch screens for a battlespace management system. Plus I'm running REAL-TIME processed and compressed video at multi-gigabyte bandwidths at 500 km wireless ranges which this guy AIN'T EVEN CLOSE TO ACHIEVING!
So I now understand that you have access to alien technology, too. I didn't know on this planet we have wireless with 500 km range. On planet Earth, even beam wireless cannot go beyond a couple of miles maximum.
I'd be grateful if you implement in your codec some kind of interstellar teleportation technology running on Canon 5D models, so that I can bring back to Earth the rolling hills and tranquil waterfalls of planet Naboo recorded by your 4K 4:4:4 codec, as a proof.
Beam me up Scotty!!
I HATE having to explain to you that we are on quite a bit of a different budget level than you and with our drone-based aerial repeater systems and satellite repeaters we are getting Across the Entire-Earth ranges of wireless signal --- please tell me EXACTLY how multiple Reaper drones can be controlled from Nevada on POV mode while the drone is in Afghanistan --- We do Same thing except at GIGABYTES per second bandwidths! A 300 to 700 MHZ signal (not that we use those frequencies for high bandwidth video signal download just drone control and smaller proxy video!) at high power is giving us as much as 7000 km at 300 MHz to about 600 KM at 700 MHz line of sight!
Here is the BASIC pseudocode equation:
Loss in dB := 32.4 + 20 Log( d ) + 20 Log( f );
At those frequencies we get useful 960x540 proxy video and use satellite and drone repeaters at 10 GHz to 60 GHz frequencies for the 4k/8k/16k video streams.
Our budget for gear and cameras is simply quite a bit more than yours...We have 20 cm x 20 cm CCD chips on some of our cameras at resolutions up to 16384 by 16384 pixels. You ain't getting that sort of gear at your local Best Buy!