GStreamer Conference 2015
8-9 October 2015 · The Convention Centre Dublin · Dublin, Ireland
The 6th GStreamer Conference will again
be co-located with the Embedded Linux Conference Europe (ELCE) and
The event will be held on Thursday and Friday 8-9 October 2015 at
the Convention Centre Dublin (CCD) in Dublin, Ireland.
The GStreamer Conference is a conference for developers, decision-makers,
community members, industry partners, and anyone else interested in the
GStreamer multimedia framework or Open Source and cross-platform multimedia.
Call for Papers
The call for papers is now closed and talk proposals can no longer be
submitted. Speakers will be notified whether their talk has been accepted
Lightning talks may still be proposed.
Showcase or Lightning Talks
If you don't think you have enough material for a full talk, but perhaps
just want to showcase something you're working on, or present a problem or
challenge you are facing or have solved, and that you think might be
interesting for others to hear about, why not submit a ca. 5-minute
mini-talk for our lightning talk/showcase event?
Simply send a quick mail to email@example.com above to reserve your slot (subject to availability).
There is no deadline for Lightning Talk submissions, slots will be
allocated on a first-come first-serve basis.
We plan to again organise a social event for registered attendees on
Thursday 8 October 2015 in the evening.
Schedule and speakers list
We have an exciting range of topics and speakers lined up for you again this year:
(*) preliminary title
- Interactive video playback and capture in Processing via GStreamer · Andres Colubri
- Distributed transcoding with GStreamer · Thiago Sousa Santos, Samsung
- Tiled Streaming of UHD video in real-time · Arjen Veenhuizen, TNO
- GStreamer and WebKit · Philippe Normand, Igalia
- Hardware accelerated multimedia on TI’s Jacinto 6 SoC · Pooja Prajod, Texas Instruments
- Demystifying the allocation query · Nicolas Dufresne, Collabora
- Synchronised multi-room media playback and distributed live media processing and mixing with GStreamer · Sebastian Dröge, Centricular
- Implementing a WebRTC endpoint in GStreamer: challenges, problems and perspectives · Dr Luis López, Kurento
- OpenGL Desktop/ES for the GStreamer pipeline · Matthew Waters, Centricular
- Robust lipsync error detection using gstreamer and QR Codes · Florent Thiery, Ubicast
- GStreamer VAAPI: Hardware-accelerated decoding and encoding on Intel hardware · Víctor M. Jáquez L., Igalia
- Colorspaces and HDMI (*) · Hans Verkuil, Cisco
- GStreamer State of the union · Tim-Philipp Müller, Centricular
- Video Filters and their applications · Sanjay Narasimha Murthy, Samsung
- Camera Sharing and Sandboxing with Pinos · Wim Taymans, RedHat
- Stereoscopic (3D) Video in GStreamer Redux · Jan Schmidt, Centricular
- Bin It! AKA, How to use bins and bin subclasses to keep state local and easily manage dynamic pipelines · Vivia Nikolaidou, ToolsOnAir
- The HeliosTv Distributed DVB stack · Romain Picard, SoftAtHome
- How to contribute to GStreamer · Luis de Bethencourt, Samsung
- GstPlayer - A simple cross-platform API for all your media playback needs · Sebastian Dröge, Centricular
- Improving GStreamer performance on large pipelines: from profiling to optimization · Miguel París
- Kurento Media Server: experiences bringing GStreamer capabilities to WWW developers · José Antonio Santos
- ToolsOnAir's mixing pipeline architecture overview · Heinrich Fink, ToolsOnAir
- Distributed Acoustic Triangulation · Jan Schmidt, Centricular
- Chromium GStreamer backend · Julien Isorce, Samsung
- ogv.js: bringing open codecs to Safari and IE with emscripten · Brion Vibber, Wikimedia
- Bringing GStreamer to Radio Broadcasting · Marcin Lewandowski
- Daala and NetVC: the next-generation of royalty free video codecs · Thomas Daele, Mozilla
- Profiling individual GStreamer elements (*) · Kyrylo Polezhaiev
- Pointing cameras at TVs: when HDMI video-capture is not an option · Will Manley, stb-tester
- decodebin3: designing the next generation playback engine (*) · Edward Hervey, Centricular
- Hyperspectral imagery · Dimitrios Katsaros, QTechnology
- Industrial application pipelines · Dimitrios Katsaros, QTechnology
- gst-gtklaunch-1.0 · Florent Thiery, Ubicast
- liborc (JIT SIMD generator) experiments · Wim Taymans, RedHat
- V4L2 GStreamer elements update · Nicolas Dufresne, Collabora
- Analyzing caps negotiation with GstTracer · Thiago Sousa Santos, Samsung
- Know your queues! queue, queue2, multiqueue, netbuffer and all that · Tim-Philipp Müller
- Nle: A new design for the GStreamer Non Linear Engine · Thibault Saunier
- What is new in GstValidate · Thibault Saunier
- Continuous Integration update · Edward Hervey
- Remote GStreamer Debugger · Marcin Kolny
- gstreamermm C++ wrapper · Marcin Kolny
- Multipath RTP (MPRTP) plugin in GStreamer · Balázs Kreith
- OpenCV and GStreamer · Vanessa Chipi
- Submit your lightning talk now!
Who should attend?
Anyone interested in open source cross-platform multimedia is encouraged
to join us at the GStreamer Conference 2015.
Whether you are a hobbyist or a student interested in the field of
multimedia, or working for a company using or looking to use GStreamer
in their products, this is the perfect event for you to network at and
to learn more about the latest technological breakthroughs in and around
GStreamer. The talks will target both developers and managers.
Registration is now open and will stay open until the conference.
Sign up for the GStreamer Conference here
There will be separate registration options for both professionals and for students and hobbyists:
||275 USD incl. lunch (until 31 July)
||385 USD incl. lunch (from 1 August)
||100 USD incl. lunch
The registration fee includes continental breakfast and lunch at the venue
on both conference days.
For those uncertain about whether to register as a professional or hobbyist,
the general rule is that if your company pays for you or sponsors you, you
are a professional, and if you personally pay you are a student or hobbyist.
If in doubt drop us a mail or just register as hobbyist. The important
thing is that you'll make it to the conference!
Speakers who do a longer presentation will receive a discount code, so if
you have submitted a talk or plan to submit a talk you may want to wait
with registration until a decision has been made as to whether your
proposal has been accepted.
Sponsors will receive a number of free registrations as part of their
There are a few other events taking place alongside or just before the
GStreamer Conference on October 8-9 this year, so if you are making
your way to Dublin you might want to consider combining the GStreamer
Conference with some of the other events.
The GStreamer Conference 2015 is only possible thanks to the financial support
from our sponsors. If your company would like to become a sponsor please
refer to our sponsorship information
This year's conference will take place in
Dublin airport (DUB) is Ireland's main airport with good
regional and international connections.
The conference will take place in
Liffey Meeting Room 2
(2a and 2b) at The Convention Centre Dublin,
which is located in Dublin's Docklands district not too far from the city centre.
Hotel details will be available shortly.
If you have any questions about the GStreamer Conference or are considering
becoming a sponsor,
Conference News and Updates
2015-August-25: List of talks available
2015-August-05: The GStreamer project is delighted to welcome back Google as Silver sponsor
2015-August-01: UbiCast is welcomed back as special media partner who will again record talks and lightning talks
2015-July-31: Sponsorship brief available
2015-July-17: Registration is open
2015-July-17: Talk submission deadline is Sunday 9 August 2015
2015-July-02: Call for Papers
2015-June-12: Date and venue confirmed, talks may be submitted.
Past GStreamer Conferences
Special Media Partners
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