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Old 2nd November 2018, 19:39   #1  |  Link
FranceBB
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Broadcast Engineering courses online?

Hi,
this time I'm not gonna talk about Avisynth, ffmpeg, x262/x264/x265 or other encoding-related things, but I'm gonna talk about my own professional career.
Some of you may know that I'm a Broadcast Encoder, which basically means that I've been working as encoder for some companies and I still do now.
I love what I do and during my studies I also released a thesis about the "Usage of transforms for still images, motion pictures and audio" in which I compared the effectiveness of different transforms and their implementation in the most popular audio and video codecs.
Back to my work: as a matter of fact, Avisynth helped me a lot in what I do everyday, 'cause I've been able to solve many issues thanks to this awesome frameserver and thanks to this awesome community (and the power of open source).
I've even automatised a few workflows replacing expensive transcoders like Telestream Vantage with Avisynth+, x262, x264, x265 and ffmpeg, implementing way better and faster workflows.

Anyway, I was wondering about online courses and certifications as Broadcast Engineer here in the UK (yes, I'm no longer in my native country).
I know that there's the Society of Broadcast Engineers in the US, but what about the UK?
Do you know any online course I can take part time (as I'm currently working) that is worth the effort?

Thank you in advance.
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