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Monday, January 16, 2017 - Friday, March 3, 2017
Online - Virtual Course
Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers
25 (4 remaining)
Thiscourse gives students a good working knowledge of the key principles ofIP video and audio transport intended for modern production andbroadcasting facilities. After completing this course, students shouldhave a solid grasp of the major elements of IP video technology,including content preparation, system architecture alternatives andnetwork performance management.
Thecourse begins with an overview of the role that IP technology plays in amodern broadcast system, followed by a quick refresher on IPtechnology. The next portion of the course covers key technologies forIP video networks and presents several IP video and audio applicationsthat are relevant to broadcasters. This is followed by an in-depth lookat suitable compression technologies and commonly used container/fileformats. The discussion then turns to networks used for video delivery,including physical infrastructure, synchronization, system performancemeasurement and other transport considerations. The course concludeswith a quick overview of some useful tools and technologies forimplementing and testing IP video networks.
Learning Objectives: Upon completion of this course, participants should be able to:
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