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GStreamer Conference 2010

Cambridge, United Kingdom, 26th of October 2010

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GStreamer talks

Main Room

Darwin

09.00

Keynote - GStreamer Current and future developments - Wim Taymans, Collabora Multimedia

10.00

Webkit, HTML5 and GStreamer - Philippe Normand, Igalia

Cross platform development with GStreamer - Mike Smith, Songbird

11.00

Challenges of video editing in your pocket - Edward Hervey, Collabora Multimedia

A GStreamer based framework for adaptive streaming applications - Emanuele Quacchio, ST Microelectronics

12.00

GStreamer and OMAP4 - Rob Clark, Texas Instruments

Implementing DLNA using GStreamer - Zeeshan Ali, Nokia

13.00

Lunch

Lunch

14.00

Integrating VideoConferencing into Everyday Applications, Olivier Crete, Collabora

Optimizing multimedia with Orc - David Schleef, Entropy Wave

15.00

Case study - Tandberg and GStreamer, Håvard Graff, Tandberg

Landell - live streaming for the masses – Luciana Fujii,Holoscopio

15.30

Case study - Flumotion and GStreamer - Zaheer Merali

16.00

Afternoon Break

Afternoon Break

16.30

Case study - GStreamer on Axis devices, Jonas Holmberg, Axis

Using ICE middleware with GStreamer to implement real-time QoS-aware video streaming for remote controlled vehicle, Andrey Nechypurenko and Maksym Parkachov

17.00 Lightning talks

3D Stereoscopic and GStreamer, Martin Bisson

Case Study - Intel SMD elements in GStreamer, Josep Torra, Fluendo

17.15

WebM and GStreamer, Sebastian Droge, Collabora Multimedia

17.30

Case study - Using gstreamer for building automated webcasting systems, Florent Thiery, Ubicast.eu

18.00

Interactivity in GStreamer pipelines, Jan Schmidt, Oracle Corporation

19.00 End of Day

Note: there will be further GStreamer-related talks on October 27/28 as part of the main CE Linux program.


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