|IP Video Expert||What is IP Video?|
Video Basics - How images sequences are captured, stored, and presented to viewers.
Analog Video Formats - Video signals, their size, resolution, composite, component parts, and television formats NTSC, PAL, and SECAM.
Digital Video Formats - How color and intensitity in digital video formats are defined, 4:2:2, 4:2:0, SIF, CIF, and QCIF.
Capturing Video - How to capture video, the optional settings and how they affect the quality of the video.
Video Digitization - How to periodically sample video and convert it into digital signals that represent image levels, colors, and other characteristics of video.
Video Compression - How to analyze and represent video signals in a form that requires less data bits.
IP Video Transmission - How to convert video into packet form and transfer it through packet data networks.
Multimedia File Formats - How digital video sequences can be coded and mixed with other media types such as audio.
Streaming Digital Video - How to connect to media sources, request video programs, and how the systems manage the continuous transfer of media (streaming).
Video Control Protocols - How video signals can be setup and controlled.
Digital Video Quality - How to measure the difference between the original video signals and the video presented to the viewer.
This book explains the
fundamentals of video, how it is digitized and compressed, basics of video
streaming, methods that are used to store video, how to host digital video on
the web, video control protocols, IP video streaming quality measurements and
control and how digital rights management may be incorporated into IP video.