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Mobile Video : Technology and Methods for Content Production,9780240814520

Mobile Video : Technology and Methods for Content Production

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9780240814520

ISBN10:
0240814525
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Pub. Date:
3/2/2015
Publisher(s):
Taylor & Francis
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Master the evolving standards for small screen delivery to achieve your quality and reliability objectives in the new mobile landscape. Whether you are producing new content or converting legacy content, this accessible guide delivers the context and techniques that you need to ease your workflow.* Technologies are explained, and methods are compared to facilitate optimal solutions* Concepts are illustrated, signal paths are diagrammed, and charts are used to compare the relative merits of alternative protocols, signal measuring techniques etc.* No math is required; it is an accessible description of fundamental concepts and methods


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