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    HDMI Type C

    (redirected from HDMI Type C)Also found in: Dictionary.Related to HDMI Type C: HDMI Type E (High-Definition Multimedia Interface) A digital interface for audio and video that provides a single-cable solution for home theater and consumer electronics equipment such as TVs, Blu-ray/DVD players and set-top boxes. Introduced in 2002, one HDMI cable took the place of nine different analog audio and video cables.HDMI supports eight channels of 24-bit uncompressed audio at 192kHz and 4K video resolution up to 4096x2160 (as of HDMI 1.4). It also provides copy protection, A/V equipment control, 5 volts of power and compatibility with DVI and DisplayPort interfaces. For more HDMI details, look up the following:

    Version summary, see HDMI versions.

    Cable versions, see HDMI cable types. A/V control, see HDMI CEC. Compatibility, see HDMI-DVI compatibility and DisplayPort. Audio return channel, see HDMI ARC. Copy protection, see HDCP.Common 19-Pin Connectors
    Type A is for TVs and home theater equipment, while camcorders and cellphones use Type C and D. A more secure Type E is used in vehicles, and a 29-pin Type B supports dual-link DVI resolution (see DVI).
    HDMI vs. All the Others
    This earlier Roku streaming hub was on the market during the transition stage from analog to digital TV. See A/V ports.
    An HDMI Switch
    HDMI switches let several HDMI sources plug into a TV with only one HDMI input. This Oppo unit switches three inputs. See HDMI switch. (Image courtesy of Oppo Digital, Inc., www.oppodigital.com)

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    Type C HDMI

    (redirected from Type C HDMI)Also found in: Dictionary.Related to Type C HDMI: HDMI cable types, Type D HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface) A digital interface for audio and video that provides a single-cable solution for home theater and consumer electronics equipment such as TVs, Blu-ray/DVD players and set-top boxes. Introduced in 2002, one HDMI cable took the place of nine different analog audio and video cables.HDMI supports eight channels of 24-bit uncompressed audio at 192kHz and 4K video resolution up to 4096x2160 (as of HDMI 1.4). It also provides copy protection, A/V equipment control, 5 volts of power and compatibility with DVI and DisplayPort interfaces. For more HDMI details, look up the following:

    Version summary, see HDMI versions.

    Cable versions, see HDMI cable types. A/V control, see HDMI CEC. Compatibility, see HDMI-DVI compatibility and DisplayPort. Audio return channel, see HDMI ARC. Copy protection, see HDCP.Common 19-Pin Connectors
    Type A is for TVs and home theater equipment, while camcorders and cellphones use Type C and D. A more secure Type E is used in vehicles, and a 29-pin Type B supports dual-link DVI resolution (see DVI).
    HDMI vs. All the Others
    This earlier Roku streaming hub was on the market during the transition stage from analog to digital TV. See A/V ports.
    An HDMI Switch
    HDMI switches let several HDMI sources plug into a TV with only one HDMI input. This Oppo unit switches three inputs. See HDMI switch. (Image courtesy of Oppo Digital, Inc., www.oppodigital.com)

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    Simple USB Type-C to HDMI cables are coming

    USB Type-C has been designed as a solution to much more than just moving data between devices. The connection standard already has the 3.5mm audio jack in its sights and it could also become a ubiquitous replacement for video connections too. In the meantime, the groups behind HDMI and USB have announced a new HDMI Alt Mode that allows for a simple connection between the two.

    The new spec allows for a simple USB Type-C to HDMI cable that has just one of each connection type at each end of the cable. So there’s no need for any irritating and bulky adaptors or dongles in between devices. This spec will allow consumers to connect up their USB Type-C equipped smartphone or laptop up to any modern TV or monitor.

    Alt Mode currently supports the HDMI 1.4b standard, but not the latest HDMI 2.0b specification. That still good enough for 4K video, 3D, HDMI-CEC, and Audio Return Channel data, but just means that customers won’t be able to play UHD 4K HDR video content over the cable just yet.

    With more and more smartphones and laptops supporting USB Type-C, this could be a pretty handy feature for those who like to carry around a little film library with them.

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    HDMI Releases Alternate Mode for USB Type-C™ Connector

    Enables Delivery of Native HDMI® Signal to 4K/UltraHD Displays with No Adapters or Dongles

    September 1, 2016 – HDMI Licensing, LLC today announced that it is releasing the HDMI Alternate Mode (“Alt Mode”) developed by the HDMI Founders for the USB Type-C™ Specification.  This will allow HDMI-enabled source devices to utilize a USB Type-C connector to directly connect to HDMI-enabled displays, and deliver native HDMI signals over a simple cable without the need for cumbersome protocol and connector adapters or dongles.This enables two of the most popular solutions for connectivity to come together—the small form factor, reversible, and multi-purpose USB Type-C connector being adopted by smartphones, tablets and PC products, and HDMI, which is the leading display interface with an installed base of billions of displays.  Almost 290 million HDMI-enabled display devices are expected to ship in 2016, including projectors, monitors and 100 percent of flat panel TVs.

    HDMI Alt Mode will support the full range of HDMI 1.4b features such as: resolutions up to 4K, Audio Return Channel (ARC), 3D, HDMI Ethernet Channel, and Consumer Electronic Control (CEC). The HDMI cable will utilize the USB Type-C connector on the source side and any HDMI connector on the display side. Unlike the other Alt Mode display technologies which require various adapters or dongles to connect to HDMI displays, HDMI Alt Mode enables an easy connection via a simple USB Type-C to HDMI cable.

    “The USB Type-C connector is gaining traction in the mobile and PC markets,” said Rob Tobias, president of HDMI Licensing, LLC.  “Consumers expect to easily connect these devices to displays with a USB Type-C to HDMI cable and utilize the capabilities and features of native HDMI.  This specification will also result in more source devices incorporating HDMI. HDMI continues to evolve to meet the needs of the over 1,600 worldwide adopters making HDMI products, and grow upon the nearly six billion HDMI devices shipped.”

    “USB Type-C is quickly becoming the connector of choice for many types of consumer electronics products wanting a single solution for audio, video, data and power,” said Jeff Ravencraft, USB-IF President and COO. “Easily connecting devices with USB Type-C to the huge installed base of HDMI-enabled TVs is a substantial benefit to consumers. We’re also coordinating with HDMI Licensing to ensure consumers can recognize when HDMI Alt Mode is supported on USB Type-C devices.”

    The HDMI 1.4b Alt-Mode on USB Type-C Specification is available to all HDMI Adopters at www.hdmi.org.

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    Everything You Need to Know About HDMI Alt Mode and USB Type-C

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    Good news, folks! You will soon be able to connect your phones, tablets, and ultrabooks to an external monitor or TV using nothing more than the USB port. All you’ll need is a simple cable that connects USB-C to HDMI.

    HDMI Licensing, the consortium that controls and licenses the HDMI specification, recently announced a new standard called the HDMI Alternate Mode (also known as Alt Mode). This allows any device with a USB Type-C port What Is USB Type-C? What Is USB Type-C? Ah, the USB plug. It is as ubiquitous now as it is notorious for never being able to be plugged in right the first time. Read More to output pictures to any HDMI display using the proper cable — no dongles or adapters needed. In other words, USB-C cables will be able to carry HDMI signals.

    Why Is This a Big Deal?

    “Consumers expect to easily connect devices to displays with a USB Type-C to HDMI cable and utilize the capabilities and features of native HDMI,” said Rob Tobias, president of HDMI Licensing.

    As of this writing, you can already connect USB Type-C ports to HDMI TVs What Can You Shove In a USB C Port? What Can You Shove In a USB C Port? Look closely at the ports on your laptop. If you bought one in the past year, you'll notice a tiny, rectangular port you've probably never used. That's the USB C port. Read More  but you can only do so with a special adapter or dongle to convert the signals. Not only is it a hassle, it isn’t even a universal standard.

    USB Type-C HDMI Infographic

    The new Alt Mode requires a cable that has a USB Type-C connector on one end and an HDMI connector Video Cable Types: Differences Between VGA, DVI, and HDMI Ports Video Cable Types: Differences Between VGA, DVI, and HDMI Ports There are so many video cables out there and it can get confusing. VGA, DVI, HDMI, DisplayPort -- what's the difference and why do they even matter? Read More on the other. Connect the USB Type-C end to the port on your phone, tablet, or laptop, then connect the HDMI end to your monitor or TV, and just like that you can stream your screen from the phone to the TV.

    Alt Mode only supports up to HDMI 1.4b, not the new HDMI 2.0 standard. This means you can get a few of the features of HDMI but will need to sacrifice some of the others. Here’s a quick summary of what you’ll get:

    • Resolutions up to 4K Ultra HD (3840 x 2160).
    • Audio Return Channel (ARC).
    • Support for 3D videos.
    • HDMI Ethernet Channel.
    • Consumer Electronic Control (CEC).
    • Dolby 5.1 surround sound audio.

    Apart from streaming simple audio and video, current USB-C-to-HDMI adapters don’t support the other features mentioned above. That’s why the new Alt Mode standard is so nifty — it guarantees that everything will work just as you expect it to.

    Meanwhile, the lack of support for HDMI 2.0 will mean that some of the newer features won’t be available. For example, HDMI 2.0 raises the frame rate of 4K videos from 30 FPS to 60 FPS. It also supports High Dynamic Range (HDR) video technology, which is one of the more useful TV features to come out in recent years.

    Can You Use Existing Cables, Phones, and TVs?

    The only existing technology you definitely can use for this new specification is the TV. Your current flat-screen TV is probably compliant with HDMI 1.x, which is guaranteed to work with the new specification.

    But not all phones will work with this new technology. Some mobile devices come with a built-in HDMI chip to allow the outputting of their displays to TVs, but not all phones or tablets have it — and the ones with HDMI usually have a mini-HDMI port that looks like this:

    Mini-HDMI Port on a Tablet

    On the other hand, if your device has an HDMI output as well as a USB Type-C port, then you’re in luck. All you’ll have to wait for is the release of the brand new USB-C-to-HDMI cable. (No release date yet since the cables still need to be tested for compliance, but it shouldn’t be too long given USB Type-C’s rapid rate of adoption.)

    It shouldn’t be too long before newer phones, tablets, and laptops are designed and released with this new standard in mind. HDMI Licensing says, “There is currently demand for this technology so new products incorporating this may be introduced at CES 2017 and launching early next year.”

    For smartphones and tablets, USB Type-C is becoming the new standard. The port is also finding a home on laptops like the new MacBook’s single port Should the New MacBook's Single Port Scare You Away? Should the New MacBook's Single Port Scare You Away? Apple recently revealed the new MacBook, and it's a jaw-dropper — but it also has only a single port. Was this a blunder, or a sign of the future? Read More and the Asus Vivobook E403SA.

    Ideally, you should wait until at least 2017 before getting a device that supports Alt Mode, but waiting that long may not be feasible for you (e.g. holiday shopping season, you’re impatient, etc). In that case, if you’re buying a new Android smartphone or Windows laptop soon, definitely get one with a USB Type-C port.

    Having a USB Type-C port won’t guaranteed that it’ll work with Alt Mode, but if the device has both HDMI output and a USB Type-C port, then there’s a good chance it will work. Unfortunately, the number of devices that fit these criteria is low — not even the new Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge Galaxy S7 Edge Review and Giveaway Galaxy S7 Edge Review and Giveaway Samsung's back again with some new smartphones: the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge. It's still a premium device with uniquely curved edges, but should you consider upgrading? Read More or the OnePlus 3 OnePlus 3 Review OnePlus 3 Review OnePlus One and OnePlus 2 were tricky to get hold of, despite attracting favorable reviews. This time around, things are different. Read More .

    USB Type-C Thunderbolt 3.0 Cable

    But you should start using USB Type-C regardless because it comes with many benefits, such as the reversible head. USB Type-C is also compatible with the Thunderbolt 3.0 standard Thunderbolt 3: What It Is & Why You Need to Start Using It Thunderbolt 3: What It Is & Why You Need to Start Using It Thunderbolt 3 may just be the only device cable you need to know about anymore. It's so awesome that it's making everything else obsolete. Here's what you need to know. Read More , which means that accessories made for Thunderbolt can be used with USB Type-C ports. For example, external graphics cards over Thunderbolt can improve gaming performance on laptops.

    The Bottom Line for HDMI Alt Mode

    So what does all this mean for casual, regular users like you and me?

    1. The new USB-C-to-HDMI cable will let you stream both audio and video from devices like your phone, tablet, and laptop directly to your TV.
    2. Current TVs, at least those released after 2011, should be compatible with Alt Mode. Current phones and tablets with USB-Type-C will most likely need an HDMI chip inside them to be compatible.
    3. Phones, tablets, and laptops supporting Alt Mode are expected to be showcased at the Consumer Electronics Show in January 2017.
    4. If you can wait to buy electronics, then wait for this new standard to be released before buying any new devices.
    5. If you can’t wait, make sure any new devices you buy have at least one USB Type-C port and try to check that they have HDMI chips too.

    To know more about the latest standards in device connectivity, read our introduction to the different types of computer cables available in the market. And if you’re curious about whether gold HDMI cables produce better picture quality Do Gold HDMI Cables Produce Better Picture Quality? Do Gold HDMI Cables Produce Better Picture Quality? Tempted to pay extra for gold-plated HDMI cables? Learn more about whether gold HDMI cables really have better picture quality. Read More , we’ve got you covered there too.

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