Italy - Commercial White Page

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To maintain a consistently high quality product Adstream requires all material for distribution in this region to be supplied to the following specifications

HD

File Specification

Quicktime ProRes 422HQ 1080/50

Video:
Codec : Apple Quicktime ProRes 422 (HQ)
Container : MOV
Profile : HQ
Chroma Subsample : 4:2:2
Interlacing : Upper/Top Field First
Frame Size : 1920x1080
Frame Rate : 25 FPS
Aspect Ratio : 16:9

Audio:
Codec : Integer (Little Endian) PCM
Sample Rate : 48kHz
Sample Size : 24bit
Channels : Stereo

MPEG-2 Transport Stream 1080/50

Video:
Codec : MPEG-2
Container : MPEG-2 Transport Stream
Profile : 4:2:2 Profile @MainLevel (422P@ML)
Bitrate : 100Mb/s CBR
Chroma Subsample : 4:2:2
Interlacing : Upper/Top Field First
GOP Structure : I Frame Only
Frame Size : 1920x1080
Frame Rate : 25 FPS
Aspect Ratio : 16:9

Audio:
Codec : PCM
Sample Rate : 48kHz
Sample Size : 24bit
Channels : Stereo

Quicktime Wrapped Avid DNxHD 120/185 1080/50

Video:
Codec : 8bit DNxHD
Container : MOV
Bitrate : 120Mb/s, 185Mb/s
Chroma Subsample : 4:2:2
Interlacing : Upper/Top Field First
Frame Size : 1920x1080
Frame Rate : 25 FPS
Aspect Ratio : 16:9

Audio:
Codec : PCM
Sample Rate : 48kHz
Sample Size : 24bit
Channels : Stereo

HD

Video Level Requirements

TV Format : HDTV
Aspect Ratio : 16:9
Title Safe : 16:9 as per EBU R.95-1

All Video Signals Should Comply With ITU-R BT.709-5 And Video Signals Should Not Exceed The Specified Limits

Video Levels Should Not Exceed 700mV, Or Fall Below 0mV

Out of gamut tolerance
Whilst Adstream and the Broadcasters will reject illegal video levels they understand there may be instances where it is difficult to completely avoid, and following EBU recommendation Rec.103-2000 will allow a small tolerance, assuming no more that 1% of the active picture is in error.
   
• Luminance (Y) -1% and 103%
         (ie between -7mV and 721mV)
    • RGB video levels  -5% and 105%
         (ie between -35mV and 735mV)

HD

Audio Level Requirements

The loudness level of the programme material must be in agreement with the AGCOM 219/09/CSP directive, including the following delivery specifications :

AGCOM 219/09/CSP
• Alignment Level : 1kHz@ -18dBFS
• Integrated Loudness Program : -24 LUFS
• Weighting Scale : As per ITU-R BS 1770-1
• Target Level Tolerance : +/-0.5 LU
• Maximum True Peak : -2dBTP
• PML (QPPM) : -9dBFS
• Maximum Short Term Momentary (3 Sec) : +5LU On The Relative Scale
• Relative Gating : -8 LU
• Absolute Silence Gate : -70 LUFS

All commercial soundtracks must be measured using ITU-R BS 1771-1 loudness meter to ensure compliance to the required recommendation.

The measurements will be defined using an integration time of 400ms with 75% overlap

SD

File Specification

MPEG-2 Program Stream 625/50

Video:
Codec : MPEG-2
Container : MPEG-2 Program Stream
Profile : 4:2:2 Profile @MainLevel (422P@ML)
Bitrate : 50Mb/s CBR
Chroma Subsample : 4:2:2
Interlacing : Upper/Top Field First
GOP Structure : I Frame Only
Frame Size : 720x576 (608 Inc VBI)
Frame Rate : 25 FPS
Aspect Ratio : 16:9

Audio:
Codec : MPEG1 Layer-2
Sample Rate : 48kHz
Sample Size : 16 bit
Channels : Stereo

Quicktime ProRes 422HQ 625/50

Video:
Codec : Apple Quicktime ProRes 422 (HQ)
Container : MOV
Profile : HQ
Interlacing : Upper/Top Field First
Frame Size : 720x576
Frame Rate : 25 FPS

Audio:
Codec : Integer (Little Endian) PCM
Sample Rate : 48kHz
Sample Size : 16bit
Channels : Stereo

 

SD

Video Level Requirements

TV Format : PAL
Aspect Ratio : 16:9 FHA
Title Safe : 16:9 as per EBU R.95-1

All Video Signals Should Comply With ITU-R BT.601-7 And Video Signals Should Not Exceed The Specified Limits

Video Levels Should Not Exceed 700mV, Or Fall Below 0mV

Out of gamut tolerance
Whilst Adstream and the Broadcasters will reject illegal video levels they understand there may be instances where it is difficult to completely avoid, and following EBU recommendation Rec.103-2000 will allow a small tolerance, assuming no more that 1% of the active picture is in error.
   
• Luminance (Y) -1% and 103%
         (ie between -7mV and 721mV)
    • RGB video levels  -5% and 105%
         (ie between -35mV and 735mV)

SD

Audio Level Requirements

The loudness level of the programme material must be in agreement with the AGCOM 219/09/CSP directive, including the following delivery specifications :

AGCOM 219/09/CSP
• Alignment Level : 1kHz@ -18dBFS
• Integrated Loudness Program : -24 LUFS
• Weighting Scale : As per ITU-R BS 1770-1
• Target Level Tolerance : +/-0.5 LU
• Maximum True Peak : -2dBTP
• PML (QPPM) : -9dBFS
• Maximum Short Term Momentary (3 Sec) : +5LU On The Relative Scale
• Relative Gating : -8 LU
• Absolute Silence Gate : -70 LUFS

All commercial soundtracks must be measured using ITU-R BS 1771-1 loudness meter to ensure compliance to the required recommendation.

The measurements will be defined using an integration time of 400ms with 75% overlap

Clock/Slate and Pre & Post Roll Information

Clock/Slate and Pre & Post Roll Information

  Duration Example Timecode
TVC 30" 00:00:00:00 - 00:00:29:24

 

Clock/Slate Information

For this region a valid clock/slate is Not Required


SD and HD versions of the same asset should have the same clock number
Clock Numbering : PPPMMYYBBPPSSSNDDD
• P : Supplier
• M : Month
• Y : Year
• B : Brand
• P : Product
• S : Subject
• N : Version (A,B,C, etc)
• D : Duration

The clock number should be up to 20 alpha-numeric characters, and should not contain characters such as
(! ” $ % & / () ? ^ * § ° ç > < _ - ; : | &)

 

Local Clearance:

Local clearance in Italy is managed by the legal department at the broadcaster.
No pre-approval is needed.

 

3DTV:
• Must be supplied as 2 files (ie left eye, right eye) with the format for each have identical structure, sync and duration.
• Any  parallax' modification will not be performed so the both images must be perfectly stereoscopic.

 

Additional Information:


For further information regarding SD, HD and 3D destinations, please contact the local office

 

Document Revision: 28.2019.11

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