DPP specifications revolutionised file-based content delivery
A summary of the technical document formats published by the DPP.
AS-11 in News & Views
The DPP is famous for making the transition to file-based delivery a reality, by developing a family of specifications built on AMWA AS-11.
The DPP, in collaboration with the NABA and AMWA, is delighted to announce the adoption of AMWA AS-11 X9: MXF Program Contribution – NABA DPP HD (AVC)
The DPP has today announced the release of a new technical specification to support broadcasters delivering (UHD) programmes
The DPP and the AMWA announced today they would provide a comprehensive service for the testing and certification of all HD and UHD international specifications belonging to the AS-11 family.
The DPP was founded on a simple premise: broadcasters are the ones best placed to make digital easier.
A robust process for product testing and certification which will provide manufacturers the opportunity to put their products through an external assurance check against the DPP’s criteria.
The DPP is working to create a Compliance Programme that will ensure manufacturers meet the AS-11 DPP standard.
The DPP has announced today, in a dedicated DPP session at IBC, that UK broadcasters BBC, ITV and Channel 4 will move to file-based programme delivery from 1 October 2014.
Emmerdale becomes the first British television production to adopt the DPP’s new Technical and Metadata Standards for file-based programme delivery.
The DPP has unveiled its new Technical and Metadata Standards for File-Based Programme Delivery in the UK.
A report from the DPP’s IMF Breakfast Briefing at IBC 2019
When a new format comes along, it’s important that there are great tools available to make it easy to explore, test and use.
We promise it’s not just alphabet soup.
The DPP has today announced a technical standard for the delivery of Ultra High Definition (UHD) programmes.
The DPP has today announced it will become a new entity, Digital Production Partnership Ltd (DPP Ltd), from 1 April.
The DPP has released a set of standardised UK Quality Control Requirements
AS-11 in Downloads
AMWA AS-11 UK DPP HD
This link will take you to the AMWA website where you can find the AS-11 DPP HD Specification for air-ready master files.
AMWA AS-11 X9
This link will take you to the AMWA website where you can find the AS-11 X9 Specification for air-ready master files (to North America).
AMWA AS-11 X6
This link will take you to the AMWA website where you can find the AS-11 X6 draft Specification for the delivery of HD short form content.
AMWA AS-11 X5
This link will take you to the AMWA website where you can find the AS-11 X5 draft Specification for the delivery of UHD short form content.
AMWA AS-11 X1
This link will take you to the AMWA website where you can find the AS-11 X1 Specification for UHD air-ready master files.
AMWA AS-11 UK DPP SD
This link will take you to the AMWA website where you can find the AS-11 DPP SD Specification for air-ready master files.
DPP AS-11 File Delivery Requirements [Template]
This document outlines the technical requirements for the delivery of programmes using the AMWA AS-11 DPP file format.
Supplement for Surround Sound
This document explains how to make an AS-11 UK DPP HD file with surround sound that includes the Dolby proprietary metadata.
This document describes the QC checks required to deliver a valid AS-11 DPP that meets technical requirements of UK broadcasters.
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