Course description:

This online course explains the fundamentals about video encoders, the Axis naming convention for encoders/decoders, and the various methods of displaying video.

Practical information:

Format: Online
Length: 15 minutes
Price: Free of charge
Language: Chinese (Simplified), Chinese (Traditional), English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Brazilian Portuguese, Russian, Spanish

Course outline:

1. What is a video encoder?
Explains what an encoder/decoder is and how to use it.

2. Axis naming convention encoder/decoder
Describes the meaning of the letters and numbers in the product name.

3. Interlacing vs. progressive scan
Explains the difference between interlaced and progressive scanning, and how these techniques are used to display video.

4. Quiz

Course objectives:

After completing the course, participants will be familiar with:

  • How an Axis video encoder can integrate an existing analog camera with the latest IP network video products
  • How video encoders give you access to the intelligence available in network video
     

Participants will also understand:

  • The different Axis video encoder models
  • How an Axis video decoder can be used to get network video into an analog system
  • How the Axis product name provides useful information about the product and its capabilities
  • The differences between analog and digital video

Who should attend:

System designers and installers in the network video surveillance industry.

Prerequisites:

None.