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XDC 2017 - Links to recorded presentations (videos)

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Posted on 23/09/2017 by Guy Lunardi

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Many thanks to Google for recording all the XDC2017 talks. To make them easier to watch, here are direct links to each talk recorded at XDC2017.
  

Wednesday: Buffer Management, Testing

Ben Widawsky (Intel) - Modifiers and implementing end to end compression on Intel

James Jones (NVIDIA) - Unix Device Memory Allocation Update

Laura Abbott (Red Hat) - Ion future and open discussion

Alex Goins (NVIDIA) - DeepColor: On-screen HDR Drawables in X

Martin Peres (Intel) - Intel GFX CI - What services we provide, our roadmaps, and how to replicate our efforts for other drivers

Mark Janes (Intel) - Frame Analysis with GPU Performance Counters

Gwan-gyeong Mun - Mesa for Tizen Platform

Pierre-Loup A. Griffais - gpuvis, a Visual Debugging Tool for GPU Scheduling

Kevin Brace - OpenChrome demo 

Thursday: Driver Reports, Upstream Development 1/2

Kaveh Nasri (Intel) - Mesa i965: Scenes from a Quiet Revolution

Eric Anholt (Broadcom) - Status of the Broadcom's vc4 driver

Daniel Vetter (Intel) - dim tooling and commit rights

Zhenyu Wang (Intel) - Full GPU virtualization in mediated pass-through way

Tom Stellard (Red Hat) - Current state of Open Source GPGPU

Kevin Brace (The OpenChrome Project maintainer / developer) - Reviving the Development of OpenChrome

Manasi Navare (Intel) - A Journey through Upstream Atomic KMS to achieve DP Compliance

Friday: Upstream Development 2/2, Misc.

Martin Peres (Intel) - Reducing the cost of upstream development to encourage collaboration

Robert Foss (Collabora) - drm_hwcomposer: A brief status update

Daniel Vetter (Intel) - State of the X.org

Keith Packard (Valve) - DRM Leasing

Kyle Brenneman (NVIDIA) - GLVND

Michal Lukaszek & Lukasz Spintzyk - Partial Updates in DRM Atomic

Francisco Jerez - Improving Graphics Performance through Energy Efficiency

Karol Herbst & Martin Peres - Nouveau updates

Dongseong Hwang - DRM Atomic and Hardware Overlays in Chrome OS

Brian Paul - Piglit Discussion

Adam Jackson - xserver 1.20 planning

Pierre-Loup A. Griffais - Mesa Regression Testing for Steam Games

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