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In The Video Workshop, you have access to ten tutorial movies on different video topics (see below), each with its own short quiz. No pressure – you can take the quiz over and over again! The course also includes a Learn More About It page with links to additional information, websites, and books should you want to expand your knowledge even further. This eLearning course is available for pre-order in our store at discounted sale price of just $7.99.
The Video Quiz!
Ready For a Challenge?
If you can answer these questions correctly, you don't need The Video Workshop. If you can't, you do! Don't put yourself in an awkward position on the job, get The Video Workshop and rev up your video game!
What's the difference between spatial and temporal compression?
(Answer is in the Compression module)
What's a progressively segmented frame?
(Answer is in the High Definition Television module)
Where is the color burst located on a vectorscope?
(Answer is in Horizontal and Vertical Blanking module)
Here's How It Works
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After purchasing the course, you will immediately receive an email giving you the website link, where you can create your user ID and password - that's it.
You will then have 24/7 access to all the training videos, the Learn More pages and Quizzes.
Introduction and Welcome
A very short history of how television has progressed from the 1930s to the 21st century.
The Analog Signal
You can't really understand how it all works, without going back to the good old analog days and how it all started.
The addiditive television color system explained.
The Color Difference Signal
It's a mathematical equation. Once you understand it, it's pretty easy.
Horizontal and Vertical Blanking
The nuts and bolts on how a video signal is calibrated and read on a vectorscope and waveform monitor.
Interlace and Progressive Scanning
Why – and what's the difference?
Digital Television Standards
Who makes them up and why do we need them?
High Definition Television
I'm sure you watch it, but do you know the different formats?
Audio for Video - Part 1
A short history of how audio is recorded.
Audio for Video - Part 2
Do you know what ASC3 really is?
Lossy, lossless and...huh?