Builds on the content covered in the IP Network Essentials for Engineers course and looks in more detail at the protocols involved in streaming video across IP networks.
Gain an understanding of how audio and video signals, files and metadata are handled along the end to end broadcast chain from acquisition through production distribution and delivery.
Gain an understanding of workflows and integration and considers the changes in the market from the convergence of today to the challenges of tomorrow.
This course provides newcomers to the industry with an insight into what makes broadcast so unique and enables course attendees who have been in the industry longer to understand how their company’s products and services fit into the overall distribution chain.
Our comprehensive training course leads the way in providing a dynamic perspective into the latest technologies, systems and workflows that comprise the IP and file-based broadcast facility.
Explores the current standards, workflows, challenges and best practices for High Dynamic Range and Wide Color Gamut implementation along with the consequences for backwards compatibility.
This half-day course provides an introduction to the new High Efficiency Video Coding (HEVC) standard, also known as H.265.
This single-day course gives a “big picture” overview of how IP networking is utilized within the Broadcast Industry. It’s aimed at sales and marketing professionals and those engineers and technicians who need a good overview and understanding in order to get the most from the IP Network Essentials and Advanced courses and undertake network configuration and troubleshooting.
This hands on workshop covers transport of RTP streams using IP Multicast Protocols and runs over two days.
Covers the core fundamentals representing the network infrastructure for interconnections in a file-based or streaming environment and will also cover the underlying communication infrastructure and practical media applications.
This course will give an understanding of how a compressed digital television signal is handled through various processes involved in transmission via satellite.
The course is designed to provide a thorough understanding of current video and audio file formats plus their associated metadata and workflows.
Newcomers to the industry can gain an insight into what makes broadcast so unique and those who have been in the industry longer can understand how their company’s products and services fit into the overall distribution chain.