Video Theory eLearning
Self-paced eLearning course covering Video Theory
The Video Theory eLearning course is designed for engineers, system administrators, and anyone interested getting an overview of the theory behind video encoding and digital video technology. Topics covered are how the eye perceives light and color, the principles of video and color television, video connectors and cables, display technology, digital video, HDTV and ends with compression, codecs and containers.
A continuous internet connection is required to view the content.
Viewing the recorded video portion of this eLearning course is not supported on mobile devices.
Table of contents
Length: 4 hours
Topic 1: Introduction
Topic 2: The Principles of Video and Monochrome
Topic 3: Color Television
Topic 4: Video Connectors and Cabling
Topic 5: Color Display Technology
Topic 6: An Introduction to Digital Video and HDTV
Topic 7: Compression, Codecs and Containers
Content access information
You will receive instructions on how to access the content, typically within 24 hours during, Monday-Friday. If you have not received a link to your eLearning within 48 hours, please contact our Education team: firstname.lastname@example.org
Access to online content is available for 90 days from date access is granted.