FS: Short Ciruit videos and posters

FS: Short Ciruit videos and posters

Post by Bob Mill » Mon, 29 Jul 1996 04:00:00



For Sale: Short Circuit and Short Circuit 2 videos and movie posters.

The posters are 27 x 40 and 30 x 38 inches, and are in good
condition (the corners and edges are a little worn from being
mounted)..


 
 
 

1. UCLA short courses on "Broadcast Video" and "Video Compression"

On April 26-27, 1999, UCLA Extension will present the short course,
"Broadcast Video: Principles and Measurement", on the UCLA
campus in Los Angeles.

The instructor is Wayne McLachlan, Engineer/Manager, Tektronix.

This comprehensive introductory course presents the basics of
broadcast video that are essential to understand more advanced topics,

such as how to compress video using JPEG and MPEG methods.
The course assumes little prior knowledge of video for newcomers to
the field, yet delves deep enough to provide valuable review for
working video professionals. Topics include history of broadcast
video, the scan system, modern TV broadcasting, color considerations,
and the latest digital video technology.

Mathematics is used sparingly to explain technical details, but not so

as to overwhelm those who may not have a mathematics background.
The course features visual and technical demonstrations, along with
class participation to reinforce the topics being covered.

This course should be taken prior to attending the companion course,
Video Compression, although it is not required.

The fee for the course is $795, which includes the text and extensive
course notes.  These course notes are for participants only, and are
not for sale.
________

On April 28-30, 1999, UCLA Extension will present the short course,
"Video Compression", on the UCLA campus in Los Angeles.

The instructors are Peter D. Symes, Manager for Advanced Technology,
Tektronix, and Wayne McLachlan, Engineer/Manager, Tektronix.

Each participant receives the text, "Video Compression", Peter D.
Symes (McGraw-Hill, 1998), as part of the course materials.

This course provides video engineers with a thorough overview of the
fundamental technologies used in digital television, internet video,
DVD, and videoconferencing compression options for both storage and
transmission, and shows how these techniques are compiled to provide
today's compression standards. The course is not intended for
designers of compression systems, but for video engineers who will
have to use them.

The material covered assumes a basic knowledge of electrical or
electronic engineering and some understanding of video, but is
designed to be accessible to the non-expert. The mathematics of
compression techniques are discussed briefly, but the focus of the
course is on providing a qualitative understanding of the processes
involved rather than their detailed analysis.

The fee for the course is $1295, which includes the text and extensive

course notes.  These course notes are for participants only, and are
not for sale.
________

One may attend both courses for the combined fee of $1595.

For additional information and complete course descriptions, please
contact Marcus Hennessy at:
(310) 825-1047
(310) 206-2815  fax

http://www.unex.ucla.edu/shortcourses

These courses may also be presented on-site at company locations.

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