October 07, 2016
Collabora is proud to be a Platinum Sponsor of this year's GStreamer Conference, the annual conference "for developers, decision-makers, community members, industry partners, and anyone else interested in the GStreamer multimedia framework or Open Source and cross-platform multimedia." The two-day conference will be taking place at the Betahaus in Berlin, Germany on 10-11 October 2016.
Come say hello, or catch one of the presentations given by Collaborans during the conference:
In this presentation I'll talk about my experience on debugging memory leaks in GStreamer code. I'll explain the different approaches I use and why I ended up writing a new leaks tracer tool. I'll show the usual suspects to look for when tracking leaks and a few tricks I use when debugging.
Stream synchronization is one of the most important aspect of GStreamer and yet isn't the most understood. In 2013, Edward Hervey presented "Time and Synchronization for dummies". This year, I'd like to follow Edward's steps and help you further into using and interpreting data time and duration for the purpose of synchronization. This talk will be based on real life scenarios that I had to solve this year. Notably, stream synchronization for echo cancellation and timestamp interpolation with appsrc.
The GStreamer VR plugins allow GStreamer video players to use head tracking and map the very popular equirectangular format for spherical video. I also explain why 360° degree video is a bad name for it. In addition the GStreamer VR plugins allow to stream a Kinect v2 point cloud and visualize it on a HMD, to enable holographic video chat.
Check out Lubosz's recent blog post to read more on GStreamer VR plug-ins and SPHVR.
Nicolas will also be taking part in the lightning talks on Monday, 10 October at 17:05 p.m. CEST to discuss Video4Linux2 in GStreamer.
Lastly, to close out the conference, Olivier Crête, our Multimedia Domain Lead, will be taking part in the "GStreamer Developers Show", a panel discussion with some of the developers of GStreamer.
Check out the full GStreamer conference schedule here. We look forward to seeing you there!
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