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GStreamer Conference 2019

31 October - 1 November 2019 · Lyon, France

Lyon, Photo by Tanguy Domenge Photo "Lyon" Copyright 2017 by Tanguy Domenge, License: CC-BY-2.0


The 10th GStreamer Conference will take place on Thursday and Friday 31 October - 1 November 2019 at L'Embarcadère in Lyon, France.

This is just after the Embedded Linux Conference Europe (ELCE), but not officially co-hosted with it and at a different venue in Lyon.

Schedule

Click here for the conference schedule.

Details

The GStreamer Conference is a conference for developers, community members, decision-makers, industry partners, researchers, students and anyone else interested in the GStreamer multimedia framework or Open Source and cross-platform multimedia.

Who should attend?

Anyone interested in open source cross-platform multimedia is encouraged to join us at the GStreamer Conference 2019!

Whether you are a hobbyist, app developer, researcher or student interested in the field of multimedia, or working for a company that is 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 developments and project news, and to meet developers as well as the wider community.

Registration

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:

Professional (Early Bird) 219 EUR (ca. 250 USD) (sold out)
Professional (Regular) 330 EUR (ca. 375 USD) (regular)
Professional (Supporter) 500+ EUR (ca. 565 USD) (for those who want to give a little bit extra to the GStreamer project)
Student/Hobbyist/Community Voluntary contribution
Speaker Free

All tickets include lunch at the venue on both conference days as well as access to the social event on Thursday evening.

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!

Sign up for the GStreamer Conference here

Schedule and speakers list

Click here for the conference schedule.

We have an exciting range of topics and speakers lined up for you again this year:

Lightning Talks: (submitted so far)

  • Raising the Importance of the V4L2 plugin and Challenges
    Nicolas Dufresne, Collabora
  • WebKit-powered HTML overlays in your pipeline with GstWPE
    Philippe Normand, Igalia
  • Detect a metal can using GStreamer/OpenFoodFacts
    Stéphane Cerveau, Collabora
  • A new GStreamer RTSP Server
    Sebastian Dröge, Centricular
  • A brand new documentation infrastructure for the GStreamer framework
    Thibault Saunier, Igalia
  • GStreamer on Windows: Everything New
    Nirbheek Chauhan, Centricular
  • An Improved Latency Tracer
    Nicolas Dufresne, Collabora
  • Using Bots to Improve the Gitlab Workflow
    Jordan Petridis, Centricular
  • GNOME Radio
    Ole Aamot, GNOME
  • SCTE-35 support in GStreamer
    Edward Hervey, Centricular
  • Closed captions, AFD, BAR
    Aaron Boxer, Collabora
  • ...and more to come
  • Submit your lightning talk now!

Showcase or Lightning Talks

There will again be opportunities for short lightning talks for those who do not wish to present a full talk, but just want to showcase something they're working on, or present a problem or challenge they are facing or have solved, and that they think might be interesting for others to hear about.

Want to submit a ca. 5-minute mini-talk for our lightning talk/showcase event?

Simply send a quick mail to gstreamer-conference@lists.freedesktop.org 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.

Call for Papers

The call for papers is now closed and talk proposals can no longer be submitted. Anyone who has submitted a talk proposal should have received an e-mail letting them know whether their proposal has been accepted.

Lightning talks may still be proposed.

Social Events

Wednesday: Welcome drinks and/or food (venue to be determined)

Join us for some drinks and/or food at tbd. Details to be confirmed at a later time.

Thursday: Social Event with Food and Drinks (venue to be determined)

We plan on having a social event again on Thursday, details to be confirmed at a later time.

Concurrent conferences

There are a few other events taking place alongside or just before the GStreamer Conference on 31 October / 1 November this year, so if you are making your way to Lyon you might want to consider combining the GStreamer Conference with some of the other events.

Embedded Linux Conference Europe (ELCE) 28-30 October 2019

GStreamer hackfest

There will be a hackfest just after the conference, on Saturday and Sunday 2-3 November 2019. Venue to be confirmed at a later time.

Sponsorship Opportunities

The GStreamer Conference 2019 is only possible thanks to the generous financial support from our sponsors. For this year's sponsorship opportunities please refer to the sponsor brief (PDF) or get in touch with Tim-Philipp Müller.

City

This year's conference will take place in Lyon, France's second city.

Venue

The conference will take place at
L'Embarcadère
13 bis Quai Rambaud
69002 Lyon
France

Hotels

There is no official conference hotel, but we have prepared a small list of possible hotels for your convenience. If you are also attending ELCE which is at a different venue then other hotels may be better suited.

The following hotels had at least a couple of rooms left at the time of writing, but there are many other hotels in the city which may be better located or provide better value:

Invitation Letter

If you need an invitiation letter for visa purposes, please get in touch.

Contact

If you have any questions about the GStreamer Conference or are considering becoming a sponsor please contact Tim-Philipp Müller.

Conference News and Updates

2019-October-13: the full conference schedule is now available as well

2019-October-10: An indicative outline schedule has been added. The detailed schedule will be made available soon.

2019-October-09: We're pleased to have Facebook sponsor the conference at Silver level this year.

2019-October-06: The GStreamer project welcomes back Fluendo who are sponsoring again at Gold level this year.

2019-October-05: The GStreamer project is chuffed to have Pexip return as Platinum sponsor this year!

2019-October-04: Speakers have been notified about their talk proposal

2019-September-30: The talk of paper is now closed.

2019-September-18: Talk submission deadline for second round slots has been extended to 30 September 2019.

2019-September-09: Registration is now open. Early-bird professional tickets are available until 29 September 2019.

2019-September-05: Added list of hotels

2019-August-24: Call for Papers is now open, please submit your talk proposals now!

2019-August-24: UbiCast is welcomed back as special media partner who will again record talks and lightning talks

2019-August-05: The GStreamer project is excited to see Zeiss sponsor the conference as Silver sponsor again this year!

2019-July-24: The GStreamer project is thrilled to have Collabora back as a Platinum sponsor this year!

2019-July-22: We're excited to see Igalia return as a Gold sponsor this year!

2019-June-07: Sponsorship brief available

2019-June-07: Venue announced: L'Embarcadère

2019-May-31: Initial announcement.

Past GStreamer Conferences

Sponsors

Platinum Sponsor

Collabora

Pexip


Gold Sponsors

Igalia

Fluendo

Centricular


Silver Sponsors

Zeiss

Facebook


Special Media Partner

UbiCast


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