Engineering UHDTV & Next Generation Audio

3 Day Course
Hands On
Code PWL387

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Classroom Virtual Classroom Private Group - Virtual Self-Paced Online

Overview

This course looks in the impact on broadcast systems when considering UHDTV and Next Generation Audio.  Specifically it covers Cloud-based playout, Encoding and Packaging, new developments in Adaptive Bitrate and DVB-DASH, and Content Encryption.

Target Audience

This course is aimed at a technical audience with a working knowledge of broadcast and IP based technologies.

Modules

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UHD and Next Generation Audio (51 topics)

  • Introduction
  • The need for more Pixels
  • Commercial drivers
  • Human eye resolution
  • Screen size
  • Virtual Reality
  • the legacy of cathode ray tubes
  • Ultra High Definition (UHD)
  • More pixels
  • 4K, 8K, and beyond
  • VR considerations
  • Higher frame rate (HFR)
  • colour subsampling
  • High Dynamic Range (HDR)
  • Better pixels (HDR and wider color gamut)
  • colour gamuts (rec 709,DCI and BT 2020)
  • Bit-depth comparisons: 8/10/12 bit
  • Gamma and EOTF (Electro-optical Transfer Function)
  • overview of Perceptual Quantizer (PQ) SMPTE ST-2084
  • overview of hybrid log-gamma (HLG)
  • Metadata: SMPTE 2086
  • HDR TV Delivery System
  • HDR10
  • Dolby Vision
  • BBC/NHK
  • Technicolor/Philips
  • Overview of Audio formats in Broadcast
  • NICAM
  • MPEG-2
  • AAC
  • Dolby AC3
  • Surround sound
  • Dolby Surround
  • Dolby ProLogic
  • MPEG-Surround
  • Dolby D
  • Dolby AC3
  • Dolby Digital +
  • Compression systems comparison
  • AC3 coupling
  • Object Based Audio
  • Dolby Atmos
  • MPEG-H
  • DTS-X

Cloud TV for broadcasters (41 topics)

  • The Rise of the Cloud for TV and Video
  • From Mainframe to Client-Server
  • Software as a Service
  • Virtualization of TV Services
  • Moving Video and TV Services to the Cloud
  • The Value of Cloud Framework
  • Typical Business Cases
  • Viewer and customer perspective
  • Live Video Delivery Technology
  • Live Television Delivery over IP
  • Multicasting through a single AS
  • Multicasting through Multiple operators
  • Scheduling Play-out
  • Ingesting Live Feeds
  • Over the Top Delivery
  • Delivery over HTTP/ TCP/IP
  • Throughput challenges and rate variation
  • Adaptive Bitrate Streaming Process
  • Manifests and Media Presentation Descriptions
  • Packaging Programmes and Services
  • Scaling to match the operator
  • Content Delivery Options
  • Encoding and Packaging in the Cloud
  • Packaging Requirements
  • Multi-bitrate Encoding
  • Scaling Across Multiple Servers
  • Virtualization
  • Coordinating the Playout
  • The Viewer and the Player
  • The TV Viewer Perspective
  • Push Delivery
  • Pull Delivery
  • Delivery Platforms: Large Format TVs, Mobiles, Phones and Set-top Boxes
  • Integration into the viewer service platform
  • Web players
  • Embedded players
  • Scaling to Super HD and Ultra HD: 4K TV and 8K TV

Adaptive Bitrate and DVB-DASH (52 topics)

  • What can DVB-DASH deliver?
  • Comparison with other IPTV options
  • Comparing Smooth Streaming, HLS and HDS
  • WebTV Services
  • Progressive Download
  • Client/Server issues
  • The Player options
  • Architecture
  • MPEG-DASH Client Model
  • MPEG-DASH Data Model
  • MPEG-DASH Protocols and Brands
  • Schemes defined in ISO 23009-1
  • Media Presentation Descriptions (MPD)
  • Smooth Streaming, HLS, HDS and MPEG-DASH Compared
  • Key Attributes
  • ProgramInformation
  • BaseURL
  • Period
  • Metrics
  • Segment syntax and formats
  • Periods, Adaptation Sets and Representations
  • Segment Types
  • Initialization Segments
  • Media Segments
  • ISO Base Media File Format
  • MPEG-2 Transport Stream Format
  • Profiles
  • Profile Definitions
  • Full profile
  • ISO Base media file format On Demand profile
  • ISO Base media file format live profile
  • ISO Base media file format main profile
  • MPEG-2 TS main profile
  • MPEG-2 TS simple profile
  • DVB-DASH Profile for Televisions and HBBTV
  • DASH-IF Interoperability Points and Extensions
  • MPEG-DASH Client Behaviour
  • Dynamic behaviour based upon [email protected]
  • Actions on Adaption Sets and buffering
  • Presentation timing
  • Segment List Generation
  • Seeking
  • Trick Modes
  • Switching Representations
  • Reaction to Error codes
  • Clock Drift Control
  • Mime Types used
  • DASH-IF Baseline Script Client

Scheduled Dates

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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
PWL387
Virtual Classroom (Bangalore)
3 Days $2,775
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Virtual Classroom (Dubai)
3 Days $2,775
PWL387
Virtual Classroom (London)
3 Days $2,775
PWL387
Virtual Classroom (Reston, VA)
3 Days $2,775
PWL387
Virtual Classroom (Singapore)
3 Days $2,775

What Our Customers Say

The instructors knowledge is fantastically broad and deep!”

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An excellent course, one of the best I have attended for IP training, covering a very wide range of topics.”

MCR Manager, Sky TV New Zealand

Good course, well presented. Good content and mix of theory and practical alike.”

Software Engineer, Arris

Very good overview of technologies new and old.”

Broadcast Engineer, Formula 1

Very good background to help our development away from Broadcast TV.”

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Solutions Engineer, Akamai

Good level of detail and industry examples of the technology and its usage. Trainer extremely knowledgeable with a great deal of experience in the field.”

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