3D Digital Video and Television

2 Day Course
Hands On
Code PWL255

Book Now - 3 Delivery Methods Available:

Scheduled Online Onsite

Overview

With the evolution of colour digital television and digital broadcasting systems we have seen the rapid evolution of TV and video over the past 10 years. Direct satellite and digital cable systems no offer both standard definition and High definition TV. Soon analogue terrestrial TV broadcasting will be replaced entirely with digital and HDTV over terrestrial systems. The natural next step after HDTV will be the introduction of 3D services but the standards and technologies for this is more complex and, until recently, less well developed.

This course will provide a technical overview of the challenges of delivering 3D video services. It will address the visual perception issues as well as the mechanisms of encoding and transporting 3D TV services. It will then look at the competing systems that already exist as well as the parts of the standardization that have been completed and available for vendor independent standardization.

Objectives

Upon completion candidates will be able to:

  • Identify the visual perception concepts needed to deliver 3D visual systems
  • Appreciate how 3D video can be encoded
  • Examine how MPEG transport streams can be adapted for 3D video transport
  • Compare HDTV and Multiview 3D HDTV encoding
  • Discuss evolving products that exist for 3D implementation

Modules

Hide all

Stereoscopic Vision and Human 3D Perception for Video (8 topics)

  • Visual perception
  • Stereoscopic 3D viewing
  • Motion perception
  • Video and TV
  • Colour perception and encoding
  • Analogue and digital broadcast TV
  • Digital Video Broadcasting
  • 2D Camera Systems

Sources of Standards (8 topics)

  • Motion Picture Experts Group
  • Digital Video Broadcast
  • ETSI
  • ITU
  • ATSC
  • Open IPTV Forum
  • Cablelabs and DOCSYS
  • MPEG Industry Forum

Digital Encoding of TV for 3D (11 topics)

  • Evolution of MPEG Encoding
  • MPEG-1and MPEG2
  • MPEG-4
  • H.264
  • MPEG-4 part 10
  • Video Profiles
  • SD Profiles
  • HD Profiles
  • Profiles for 3D
  • Options of encoding 3D
  • Conversion from 2D to 3D

MPEG Program and Transport of 3D Video (5 topics)

  • Program streams
  • Transport streams
  • Service Information
  • Program Service Information
  • Carrying services over IP

Multiview Video Encoding (10 topics)

  • H.264 Annex H
  • Syntax and Semantics
  • MVC Decoding Process
  • Reference Pictures
  • Anchor Pictures
  • Base View Bit Stream
  • Multiview High Profile
  • Levels
  • Supplemental Enhancement Information Messages
  • Video Usability Information Parameter Extension

3D Video Display Systems (7 topics)

  • Anaglyphic 3D using passive red-cyan glasses
  • Polarization 3D using passive polarized glasses
  • Alternate-frame sequencing using active shutter glasses/headgear
  • Autostereoscopic displays without special viewing glasses
  • Example 3D TV systems
  • Blu-ray 3D recordings
  • 3D Broadcasting Channels

Prerequisites

Expected Pre Enrolment Knowledge Level:

Delegates must have good understanding of IPTV unicasting or multicasting plus knowledge of video encoding and MPEG transport streams.

Additional Learning

The courses below may help you meet the knowledge level required to take this course. If you are unsure please ask a training advisor .

Relevant Certifications

Scheduled Dates

Please select from the dates below to make an enquiry or booking.

Pricing

Different pricing structures are available including special offers. These include early bird, late availability, multi-place, corporate volume and self-funding rates. Please arrange a discussion with a training advisor to discover your most cost effective option.

Code Location Duration Price Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr
PWL255

(Classroom or Online)
2 Days $1,695

What Our Customers Say

The training was delivered with a high level of expertise and excellence. Instructor was highly knowledgeable.”

Technical Trainer, Aviat Networks

Enjoyable and very worthwhile course”

Principle on Compliance Engineer, Liberty Global

Overall the course was really good, the trainer really understood the material and was very approachable.”

Customer Training Manager, Aviat Networks

Excellent course, informative and well-paced.”

CSE, Cisco

Course was very well outlined. Topics were great and bridged many gaps.”

System Engineer, Cable & Wireless

An excellent intro to video encoding & MPEG transport streams - I would definitely recommend it.”

Broadcast Engineer, Cisco

Definitely an excellent intro. Left me interested in learning more.”

Broadcast Engineer, Eircom

Excellent training course with real examples and practical classroom demonstrations.”

Transport Designer, Orange

Instructor knowledge and experience was excellent.”

Solutions Engineer, Akamai

Excellent course, very clear and well organised. Course content delivery was very good.”

Assistant Engineer, Dhiraagu

Very informative and appropriate.”

Network Support Technician, BT

or call:408-759-5074

Alternatively you can request a callback or schedule a call with a Training Advisor

Course PDF

Print

Share this Course

+1
Share

Recommend this Course

Sections