Files, Compression and Workflow looks at how we pass video and audio through the broadcast system and the techniques we use to make his possible. It looks at files and codecs in details. This involves learning about compression techniques, looking at wrappers and how they are used to put multiple sets of data into a single file, and the metadata which is then used to describe the data.
The course will also look at how file based systems provide advanced facilities to the broadcaster and how content is automatically managed within a professional system to provide collaborative working environments for program makers and flexible delivery systems.
Course Duration: 2 days.
At the end of this course you will understand:
This course is an advanced course and requires the delegates to be fully conversant with video, audio and digital technology. It is recommended that all attendees have completed the Training for TV Introduction to Video course or have equivalent knowledge and experience,
The topics covered will include: