The Conference for Video Engineers

October 5, 2017 • San Francisco, Broadway Studios

Live stream
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The Speakers

  • Mark Watson

    Netflix

    Lights, Colors, Artwork

    Talk Overview
  • Yueshi Shen

    Twitch

    Live Video Transmuxing/Transcoding: FFmpeg vs TwitchTranscoder

    Talk Overview
  • Tarek Amara

    Twitch

    S-Frame in AV1: Enabling better compression for low latency live streaming.

    Talk Overview
  • Megha Manohara

    Netflix

    Streaming at 250 kbps: raise your expectations

    Talk Overview
  • Hector Ribera

    Hector Ribera

    Marton Ribera Schumann
    & Chang LLP

    HEVC Patent Pools: where do we stand?

    Talk Overview
  • Derek Buitenhuis

    Vimeo

    Things Developers Believe About Video Files (Proven Wrong by User Uploads)

    Talk Overview
  • Mario Guggenberger

    Bitmovin

    Ambisonic Audio Using the WebAudio API

    Talk Overview
  • Gary Katsevman

    Brightcove

    Let's talk about captions: WebVTT and TTML

    Talk Overview
  • Kieran Kunhya

    Open Broadcast Systems

    Why do broadcasters suddenly care about IP - it’s not why you think!

    Talk Overview
  • Sytse
    van Geldermalsen

    Unified Streaming

    Dynamic server-side content stitching for personalized streams.

    Talk Overview
  • Allison Deal

    Live Linear Ads

    Talk Overview
  • Dr. Greg Mirsky

    Beamr

    Practical HDR: Not 101, but Flavors, Pros, Cons, Dos and Don’ts

    Talk Overview
  • Matt Ward

    Mux

    Content delivery sucks, and what you can do about it

    Talk Overview
  • Steven Robertson

    YouTube

    Ultra-High Resolution Playback Visualization and its Applications

    Talk Overview
  • Scott Kellicker

    Wowza

    3 Second End to End Latency At Scale

    Talk Overview
  • Jamie Sherry

    Wowza

    3 Second End to End Latency At Scale

    Talk Overview
  • Rik Heijdens

    JWPlayer

    Leveraging Artificial Intelligence for Scene Detection in Broadcast Video

    Talk Overview
  • Vittorio Giovara

    Vimeo

    Color Me Intrigued: A Jaunt Through Color Technology in Video

    Talk Overview
  • Reinhard Grandl

    Bitmovin

    Going Beyond Bitrate - Adaptation Based on Video Context

    Talk Overview
  • Thomas Daede

    Mozilla

    AV1 Update

    Talk Overview

The Schedule October 5th, 2017

  • Morning

  • 8.00am – 8.45am

    Registration
  • 8.45am – 9.00am

    Opening Remarks
  • 9.00am – 9.45am

    Keynote

    Mark Watson

    Lights, Colors, Artwork

  • 9.45am – 10.15am

    Thomas Daede

    AV1 Update

  • 10.15am – 10.25am

    Short-form

    Tarek Amara

    S-Frame in AV1: Enabling better compression for low latency live streaming.

  • 10.25am – 10.35am

    Break
  • 10.35am – 10.45am

    Short-form
    Hector Ribera

    Hector Ribera

    HEVC Patent Pools: where do we stand?

  • 10.45am – 11.15am

    Megha Manohara

    Megha Manohara

    Streaming at 250 kbps: raise your expectations

  • 11.15am – 11.30am

    Short-form
    Derek Buitenhuis

    Derek Buitenhuis

    Things Developers Believe About Video Files (Proven Wrong by User Uploads)

  • 11.30am – 12.00pm

    Mario Guggenberger

    Mario Guggenberger

    Ambisonic Audio Using the WebAudio API

  • Afternoon

  • 12.00pm – 1.00pm

    Lunch
  • 1.00pm – 1.10pm

    Short-form

    Gary Katsevman

    Let's talk about captions: WebVTT and TTML

  • 1.10pm – 1.40pm

    Kieran Kunhya

    Why do broadcasters suddenly care about IP - it’s not why you think!

  • 1.40pm – 1.50pm

    Short-form

    Sytse van Geldermalsen

    Dynamic server-side content stitching for personalized streams.

  • 1.50pm – 2.20pm

    Allison Deal

    Live Linear Ads

  • 2.20pm – 2.35pm

    Break
  • 2.35pm – 2.45pm

    Short-form

    Dr. Greg Mirsky

    Practical HDR: Not 101, but Flavors, Pros, Cons, Dos and Don’ts

  • 2.45pm – 3.15pm

    Matt Ward

    Content delivery sucks, and what you can do about it

  • 3.15pm – 3.25pm

    Short-form

    Steven Robertson

    Ultra-High Resolution Playback Visualization and its Applications

  • 3.25pm – 3.55pm

    Scott Kellicker & Jamie Sherry

    3 Second End to End Latency At Scale

  • 3.55pm – 4.10pm

    Break
  • 4.10pm – 4.20pm

    Short-form

    Rik Heijdens

    Leveraging Artificial Intelligence for Scene Detection in Broadcast Video

  • 4.20pm – 4.50pm

    Vittorio Giovara

    Color Me Intrigued: A Jaunt Through Color Technology in Video

  • 4.50pm – 5.00pm

    Short-form

    Reinhard Grandl

    Going Beyond Bitrate - Adaptation Based on Video Context

  • 5.00pm – 5.30pm

    Yueshi Shen

    Yueshi Shen

    Live Video Transmuxing/Transcoding: FFmpeg vs TwitchTranscoder

  • 5.30pm – 5.40pm

    Closing Remarks

    Goodbye from Demuxed for 2017!

  • 5.40pm – 9.00pm

    After Party

    Fun and Drinks!

The Location

Broadway Studios
435 Broadway
San Francisco CA 94133
broadwayvenue.com

About us

Demuxed is simply engineers talking about video technology. After years of chatting about video at the SF Video Technology Meetup, we decided it was time for an engineer-first event with quality technical talks about video. Our focus has traditionally been on content delivered over the web, but topics cover anything from encoding to playback and more!

Who's organizing this?

Most of the organization and work behind the scenes is done by folks from Mux (Demuxed came first ☝️) but none of this would be possible without amazing people from the meetup.

Every year we get a group together that's kind enough to do things like schedule planning, help brainstorm cool swag, and, most importantly, argue heatedly over which talk submissions should make the final cut.

Our Guiding Principles

  • No Marketing

    Speakers are selected based on their submission, not how much money their company paid; we will never, ever sell a speaking slot. Attendee information isn't for sale either, and that includes any sponsors.

  • Affordable

    We want anyone in the industry to be able to come, which means keeping tickets reasonably priced (thanks largely to our generous sponsors). We also offer free and discounted tickets to students and open source contributors, so please reach out if you're interested.

  • For Everyone

    Our community is dedicated to providing an inclusive, enjoyable experience for everyone in the video industry. In this pursuit, and in keeping with our love for reasonable standards, we adopted the Ada Initiative's Conference Code of Conduct

  • Community

    We strive for high quality, technical content, but just as importantly, Demuxed works to strengthen the community of video engineers and raise the industry status quo, both in the Bay and around the world.

After Party

When the dust has settled and the talks are done, Brightcove is sponsoring an after party! This year's festivities are downstairs in the same venue, so we can just head straight there to enjoy some food and drinks after the conference. The schedule is packed, so this is the perfect opportunity to unwind and catch up with all your fellow attendees.

The only thing you need to get in is your badge, so make sure to bring it with you.

Our Sponsors

Platinum

  • Bitmovin

Party

  • Brightcove

Gold

  • Google
  • Netflix
  • DLVR

Silver

  • Beamr
  • Promethean
  • Conviva
  • JW Player
  • Ellation

Bronze

  • Peer5
  • Unified Streaming
  • Comcast
  • Wowza
  • Digital Primates