Monthly Video Meetup

SF Video Technology
SF Video Technology
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Every last Thursday of the month

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🚨🚨🚨 THIS EVENT IS GOING TO BE ONLINE 🚨🚨🚨
🌎🌎🌎 We're Trying out Hopin.to for this one, go register! 🌎🌎🌎

πŸ‘‰ https://hopin.to/events/sf-video-technology-monthly-meetup-march-2020

Not sure if you all heard, but there's a pandemic going on and as good citizens and fellow humans we're supposed to be doing our part to combat it by trying to stay in our homes and social distance. Also, it was mandated by a few different tiers of our government, so there's that.

But just because we need to stay home doesn't mean we can't meet up! The show will go on, and we're going to do something insane: communicate via the internet. But just because we need to stay home doesn't mean we can't meet up! The show will go on, and we're going to do something insane: communicate via the internet. We're going to try out a platform called ο»ΏHopin.toο»Ώ. Is it overkill for this meetup? Objectively yes, but we think there's a lot of possibility there for other events!

This also means we have the chance to join up with other meetups for this one! If you're outside of San Francisco and want to join us for the event, please do! Share it with your friends, let's make the best of this and have our first distributed meetup as a community.

🎀 Speakers
πŸ—£ Yueshi Shen (Twitch) - "AV1 Ecosystem and New User Experience"

Today the AV1 industry has demonstrated better compression (e.g., demos from Intel, Xilinx, Socionext, Cisco) and realized browser support (Chrome 67+, Firefox 70+, Edge 76+, Opera 57+). However, the video market hasn’t yet reached the tipping point of AV1 emerging as the next universally supported codec format, because the adoption of AV1 hardware decoding in mobile system-on-chip(SoC)/devices is progressing slowly.

This presentation will explain our view of where the AV1 ecosystem is, what we believe are the key factors deciding its market adoption, what could be the risks. Moreover, a demo of end-to-end AV1 live broadcast will also be shown. Our ultimate goal (although won’t be shown in this demo) is to realize an ultra-low-latency (<1.5s) glass-to-glass latency as well as higher QoS (i.e., lower buffering rate) for OTT live streaming with AV1 Switch Frame. This can be an unprecedented interactive user experience for Esports and social media content.