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Encoding Digital Video for Network Delivery - Advanced

This one day BUFVC (British Universities Film & Video Council) course is offered in response to demand for an in-depth programme and follows on from the Introductory course.

Although this is offered as a one-day course, it is recommended that participants have previously attended the Introductory level course or have experience of delivering time-based media via the web.

Intended audience: university staff with a special interest in the use of moving pictures; academic staff, audiovisual librarians, archivists and producers.

Cost: 160.00

Date: 12 June, 2003
Venue: BUFVC, London, England
Event website: http://www.bufvc.ac.uk/courses/course_details.html#encoding_advanced
Contact email: events@bufvc.ac.uk

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