Part 5 comprises a number of recorded face to face sessions.
You must have and use a webcam to record these sessions.
OBS is currently being rewritten as multi-platform under the name OBS Studio.
It will be available for Windows, Mac and Linux when it is done.
These parts are marked off against benchmark responses by one of our trainers. If the trainer requires you to re-do any part, you can re-record the part and re-submit it for marking.
You are able to complete the white card course completely online at a place and time that suits you, including at our Training and Assessment Centre if you prefer.
They typically support resolutions up to 1080p and frame rates up to 60fps.
Sometimes, a micro SD card is included with your camera purchase; other times, you're expected to buy your own. Stick the micro SD card in the camera, set your preferences in the related Android or i OS mobile app for video storage -- your options are either event-based recording (that saves clips only when the camera detects motion or sound) and continuous recording, which records everything the camera sees 24/7.
However you will need a webcam attached to your computer to help us verify your identify, and to submit answers in the final assessment parts of this course.
You can complete all aspects of the white card course without paying.
External USB capture cards perform a task traditionally assigned to internal PCI capture cards or dedicated video capture appliances.
They enable video to be captured from a wide range of sources, including those that output to VGA, DVI, HDMI, and HD-SDI.