Streaming Media East 2017 Speaker List

Samir Ahmed Tarek Amara Anuapama Anantharaman Josh Arensberg Dylan Armajani Mario Armstrong Mitch Askenas Prem Bangole Claudia Barbiero Rick Bashkoff Erica Beavers Corey Behnke Malachi Bierstein Meredith Brace Scott Braley Jon Burk Nicolas Burtey Niko Chauls Holden Comeau Phoebe Connelly Devon Copley Paul Crawford Paul Dashner Rob Dillon Mark Donnigan Tim Dougherty Bernarda Duarte Chistian … Continue reading Streaming Media East 2017 Speaker List

W4: Encoding 2017: Codecs & Packaging for PCs, Mobile & OTT/STB/Smart TVs

Afternoon Workshops – Monday 15 May 13:30 – 16:30 As video resolutions increase and target playback platforms multiply, video producers must leave their H.264/HLS/HDS comfort zone and expand into HEVC, VP9, and MPEG-DASH. This workshop is divided into multiple segments by target platform to teach you the applicable standards and best strategies for delivering live and … Continue reading W4: Encoding 2017: Codecs & Packaging for PCs, Mobile & OTT/STB/Smart TVs

A102: How To: Comparing And Choosing The Best HEVC Codec

Track A: Track A – Tuesday 16 May 11:45 – 12:30 Content distributors and aggregators adding HEVC to their delivery pipeline will have plenty of codec options, but who has the time to evaluate their features, output quality, and performance? No worries—codec specialist Jan Ozer has done the work for you. He’s evaluated leading contenders like … Continue reading A102: How To: Comparing And Choosing The Best HEVC Codec

LS103: Technologies for Live Streaming to Multiple Platforms

Live Streaming Summit – Tuesday 16 May 13:45 – 14:30 Streaming to one live streaming service is so 2016. Today, in addition to streaming to your own website or app, you may want to distribute your live stream to multiple other outlets like Facebook Live, YouTube Live, Livestream, Twitter, and Twitch. Fortunately, there are a variety … Continue reading LS103: Technologies for Live Streaming to Multiple Platforms

A203: How To: Fine-Tuning Your Adaptive Encoding Groups With Objective Quality Metrics

Track A: Track A – Wednesday 17 May 13:45 – 14:45 Choosing the number of streams in an adaptive group and configuring them is usually a subjective, touchy-feely exercise, with no way to really gauge the effectiveness and efficiency of the streams. However, by measuring stream quality via metrics such as PSNR, SSIMplus, and VQM, you … Continue reading A203: How To: Fine-Tuning Your Adaptive Encoding Groups With Objective Quality Metrics

Ozer, Jan

Jan OzerPrincipalStreaming Learning Centerand Contributing Editor, Streaming Media, USA Jan Ozer is a digital video expert and frequent contributor to Information Today, Inc.’s Streaming Media magazine. Check out his website at www.streaminglearningcenter.com.