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Video Compression for Web, Disc and PC/TV/Console Playback

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Product is rated as #3 in category Image & Video Editing

This course is designed for two types of users. If you’re new to compression, you will learn how to produce high quality video for distributing over the web, watching on your computer or smart TV/console, for inserting into iBooks or to record onto DVDs and Blu–ray discs.

If you know the basics of compression, this course will serve as a valuable reference for questions that inevitably arise when encoding video, like what’s the best key frame setting for web video (Lesson 5), what’s the best way to work with x264 (Lesson 17) or how do I implement HTML5 (Lessons 31 & 33).

All lessons contain video, most integrating both PowerPoint instruction and screencam demos. All lessons longer than ten minutes are annotated so you can quickly find the content most important to you. Most lessons have links to other Internet–based resources.

This course has six major sections:

Terms and technologies (95 minutes) – provides an overview of codecs and compression, basic encoding configurations (resolution/frame rate/data rate) and then looks at configuration options like bitrate control (VBR, CBR), frame types (I–, B– and P–frames) and container formats. Then it looks at audio encoding parameters (sample rate/channels/data rate), deinterlacing and aspect ratio issues. The section concludes with a look at three free and essential tools, MediaInfo, Bitrate Viewer and MPEG Streamclip.

Instructor Details

Ozer is the owner and chief blogger at the Streaming Learning Center. Ozer has been compressing video since 1993, and wrote his first book, Video Compression for Multimedia, in 1994. Since then, Ozer has written over 20 books on video production and compression, most recently Producing Streaming Video for Multiple Screen Delivery, and the Visual QuickStart Guide to Adobe Premiere Pro CC, both in 2013. Ozer has also published screencam-based instructional materials for multiple publishers, including Lynda.com, Video2Brain and Online Inc, and training and marketing screencams for companies like Adobe, NewTek, Matrox, Vislink, DVEO, Winnov, Telestream and VideoGuys. As a contributing editor to Streaming Media Magazine, Ozer has tested most cloud, enterprise and desktop encoding tools, and has written many articles and tutorials regarding their use. Ozer is a frequent speaker on streaming and video production-related topics at industry events, including Streaming Media conferences, NAB, and other conferences worldwide. Ozer consults widely on live and on-demand streaming and encoding-related topics, including preset creation, encoder usage and optimization, webcast production, streaming workflow efficiency, and online video platform selection. Ozer also produces streaming and production-related training for a range of enterprises, which have included Kroger, NASA, Lockheed, the Federal Reserve, the US Navy, John Hopkins University, and HBO. In the Virginia region, Ozer shoots concerts and other events for live or on-demand streaming and for distribution via Blu-ray and DVD.

Specification: Video Compression for Web, Disc and PC/TV/Console Playback

Duration

11 hours

Year

2014

Level

Beginner

Certificate

Yes

Quizzes

Yes

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  1. Heidi Mclennan

    I’m new to compressing video, but I needed to learn how to encode and post videos for a blog I am planning to create. This course taught me all the basics, and is a great resource to return to. I am more confident about sharing videos. Thank you.

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  2. Daniel Suarez

    Great introductory course. Looking forward to a more advanced course from Mr. Ozer.

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  3. Ian Carpenter

    Jan’s knowledge of video compression for web based delivery is very broad and the depth of knowledge that Jan has around Live Streaming and Adaptive Streaming for VoD will benefit anyone trying to understand complexities around video distribution in the Digital age giving many insights into the state of modern video distribution technologies for Web, Mobile and applications requiring physical media… Jan’s knowledge of encoding and transcoding technologies is awesome he takes you through many real world scenarios and discusses in depth a wide range of tools to help you get there.

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  4. Ian Henderson

    The course structure has been very well designed, so that you can easily build on information presented in previous sections. It provides a very clear and concise explanation of fundamental aspects of digital video and there is a lot of very useful information on how to optimise encodings producing files fit for use in various scenarios, using common AV software.

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  5. Eve Training

    very good

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  6. Dennis Alfrey

    I was disappointed to learn in the lesson that the course will not be covering how to work with PAL to NTSC video conversions. It was my primary reason for subscribing to the course. The remainder of the information covered in the lesson still proved useful.

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  7. TP Tech4Peace

    Outstanding. Exactly what I am looking for. Gets you up and running quickly by covering important parameters, levers, tools involved in video streaming This is the Video Streaming Bible! Period!

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  8. Reggie Bass

    VERY informative

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  9. Franklin Moore

    The course is organizing technical concepts in a way to better explain their importance in data compression applications.

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  10. Joseph Cox

    I’m viewing in late 2017. The content is well presented and informative, and although some of it is not the latest, it is valuable, nevertheless. As an encoding tech working with video compression in the broadcast space, the course serves as a good introduction to how it’s done away from the satellite and fiber delivery world. Jan Ozer is an excellent and authoritative teacher. For the latest, I recommend his site: streaminglearningcenter.com.

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  11. Lianne Achilles

    I really appreciate the depth that Jan goes into clearly a result of years of hand on experience. The lectures are also perfectly paced as well. Can’t wait to see a more updated course on video encoding with recent advancements and trends in the industry!

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  12. S O

    One of the most well presented, technically comprehensive courses I’ve taken on udemy. Really well done!

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  13. Carl Manuelian

    Data too old. This course needs updating

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  14. Adrien A

    Content is great and the instructor is extremely knowledgeable. I would like to suggest exercises or real world samples for students. For example, provide raw videos files and ask students to encode.

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  15. Dheepak Jaganathan

    The course so far provides a smooth introduction on certain topics combined with realistic data and showing hands on techniques through various tools rather than being too theoritical.

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