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The history of broadcast television
The course starts with a review of television history. Concentrating on major milestones this summary shows how technology evolved, conventions were set, and existing users were catered for.
The principles of light, colour and sound
This section explains some of the basic principles of colour, light, and sound. It explains how the eye and ear work, their advantages and deficiencies and how television capitalises on them.
The basic video signal
This part of the course looks at how the basic video signal is formed, how compromises are made, and how synchronisation is achieved.
Colour video and colour video standards
Part of the course explains how colour has been added to the basic monochrome signal.
Part of the course looks at professional digital audio standards.
This section explains the basic principles of digital video signals.
Video and audio compression
This section explains the essentials of compression, how they use the deficiencies of human senses to save data space while retaining quality.
The video camera
This part of the course shows how the video camera works, and how it is used.
Video and audio recorders
This part of the course looks at how video and audio signal are recorded.
This part of the course looks at how television programmes are made and the equipment used.
High definition television
The final part of the course takes a look at the future, at how high definition television of beginning to appear and how it will impact on programme making.
4 times the detail of Full HD; 2K - 4K and more.