Video Engineers serve a broad role in television studios, remote broadcast trucks, satellite broadcast, video streaming and distribution systems. They setup, configure and operate all of the equipment that makes a video studio or broadcast system work.
This is a video engineering basics class that will cover digital video and transmission standards, as well as general video engineering concepts and tools such as genlock, frame syncs, scalers, distribution amplifiers, routers and switchers.
This class is designed to give the users an introductory working knowledge of the concepts and tools video engineers employ at various video production facilities across the globe.
This program is for participants 15 and older.