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Introduction to HD
The course starts with a review of the background to high definition television, by looking at exiting television, and how high definition will change the way professionals work and how viewers will watch.
HD in use today
This section discusses the business drivers behind the move by broadcasters and other media organisations to adopt HD.
Format Explanation & Demonstration
High definition is not a single format and HD operates in a way quite different to SD. This section looks at the different forms of HD and different modes of operation.
HD and colour
This part of the course explains how colour changes with high definitions, and the implications brought about by the difference.
Compression and transmission
This part of the course looks at video and audio compression, why it is required, how it affects quality, and how it is used in high definition production and transmission.
HD programme making
This section looks at the issues of making programmes in HD, including technical and craft issues.
HD Tape Formats
There are a number of HD Video tape formats, each with certain advantages and disadvantages. This section examines each, focusing on the more common formats.
Comparison of HD Displays
This section briefly discusses the option for HD display including:
HD in the home
This section looks at consumer issues for HD. While not directly of concern to Broadcasters it completes the picture.
Audio for HD
Many broadcasters are opting to provide surround sound as part of an HD channel. This section looks at the issues.