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Training Track: Intro to AV Industry Training

LIVE WEBCAST

A Training Track Flash Class: Decision points for integrating a hybrid RF/IP media system

FREE 1 Hour Webinar | May 28th, 2019  REGISTER

Attendees who complete this webcast and a brief online exam will receive .5 CTS RUs

Join SVC Editor Cynthia Wisehart and industry consultant Doug Engstrom for this one-hour Training Track web class in network design principles for RF, IP and hybrid networks.

How do you determine whether an integrated AV solution requires AV/IP switching, digital RF, or IPTV or a combination?

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Analyzing which solution works best for the application is easier when you break things down to the fundamental, underlying technology for each solution.

The goal of this course is to provide a decision matrix based on a basic understanding of how media is originated, delivered and received, and what control platform is available for integration. Principles apply to a range of applications from large scale stadiums to corporate or university campuses to houses of worship.

Attendees who complete this webcast and a brief online exam will receive .5 CTS RUs

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You will learn:

  • VoIP networks overview
  • Call setup protocols (SIP, H.323)
  • Basics of SIP
  • Registration of end points; call flow review
  • Call setup and tear down; call flow review
  • CODEC properties
  • Basic network Transfers (RTP, RTCP)
  • Troubleshooting

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Participants in this course will learn to:

  • Determine when an AV Switch, IP Switch, RF, IPTV or a hybrid RF/IP system is best suited for a project and know the pros and cons for each solution.
  • Understand how MPEG2, H.264, and Motion JPEG 2000 streams are processed and delivered.
  • Explain how multicasting works in a multicasting IPTV system
  • Plan for control of media receivers in an integrated media system
  • Attendees who complete this webcast and a brief online exam will receive .5 CTS RUs.
Doug Engstrom
Consultant
Contemporary Research
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Doug Engstrom has 45 years of experience in the AV industry, serving as an ICIA instructor for control systems, systems design support with AMX and Crestron, as well as a professional systems integrator. He consults for Contemporary Research, a leading Audio/Video design and manufacturing company specializing in RF and IPTV distribution solutions.

Moderator: Cynthia Wisehart
Content Director
Sound & Video Contractor

 

 

ON DEMAND WEBCASTS

ON DEMAND: VoIP for AV Integrators & Intro to Biamp Training

FREE 1 Hour Webinar | On Demand   REGISTER

NOTE: If you have already completed this webcast please go to www.biamp.com/training to apply for and complete your training. Once your application has been accepted, you will be given credit for completion of Part 1 and be credited with a passed test. You will be free to move on to Section 2 of the 4-part VoIP training. When you have completed the entire 4-part VoIP training you will receive 4 AVIXA RUs.

For any technical difficulty please contact [email protected]

There are four Biamp online courses: VoIPTesiraFORTÉTesira SERVER/SERVER-IO, and TesiraLUX. Upon completion of all four online courses you are eligible to participate in Biamp’s free in-person three-day AV Lab outside Portland, OR (meals and lodging included) where you will have access to an individual workstation and suite of hardware to achieve your Biamp certification. More information at www.biamp.com/training.

This one-hour curated interactive training session will introduce Biamp’s training and certification program with an actual hands on training session on VoIP. Certification credits will be awarded.

Join SVC Editor Cynthia Wisehart and Biamp’s Customer Training Supervisor Michael Leoncini for this free one-hour VoIP training experience.

Attendees will complete Part 1 of Biamp VoIP certification training during the webcast and will receive credits that can be applied to continued training.

You will also come away knowing how to connect a VoIP conference system. In this webcast, a veteran AV systems integrator simplifies the terms, concepts, and techniques of VoIP from an AV standpoint so you can add this capability to your skill set.

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You will learn:

  • VoIP networks overview
  • Call setup protocols (SIP, H.323)
  • Basics of SIP
  • Registration of end points; call flow review
  • Call setup and tear down; call flow review
  • CODEC properties
  • Basic network Transfers (RTP, RTCP)
  • Troubleshooting

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Speakers

Cynthia Wisehart

Content Director
Sound & Video Contractor

Michael Leoncini
Customer Training Supervisor
Biamp
Has worked in the AV industry, on and off – mostly on – for the past 17 years. In the journey from pulling cable through outdoor trenches (exclusively in the rain) for in-the-field video recordings to managing and maintaining “smart” classrooms in a university setting, he found a happy place working with end users to help them understand their AV needs and ultimately how to run their newly installed AV systems. Now the Customer Training Supervisor at Biamp, he gets to help people understand AV products every day through Biamp’s online and in person trainings.

 

 

ON DEMAND: Earn Dante Level 1 Certification & Intro to Dante Training

FREE 1 Hour Webinar | On Demand REGISTER

NOTE: If you have already completed this webcast go to www.audinate.com/certify. There you will create an account, take your Level 1 exam, and receive your certification and 2 AVIXA RUs. You will then be free to continue to your Level 2 certification and Level 3 certifications.

Join SVC Editor Cynthia Wisehart and Audinate’s Technical Training Program Manager Danu Vino for this free one-hour Dante training experience.

Attendees will learn about available Dante training tracks, and will actually complete the Dante Level 1 certification course during the webcast.

Attendees will be eligible for Dante Level 1 certification and 2 CTS RU upon completing the webcast and Level 1 exam.

Level 1 certification covers Dante audio networking concepts, audio networking fundamentals, how to create a small-scale Dante network, and use Dante Controller and Dante Virtual Soundcard. This course is a pre-requisite to Dante Certification Levels 2 and 3.

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