06-07.12.23 - OSMART Workshop #2
OPEN-SOURCE MEDIA APPLICATION REFERENCE TOOLS
This online workshop, the second in the series, is organized by the DVB Project and 5G-MAG in collaboration with several other organizations. It is open to anyone with an interest in open-source reference tools for use in the context of media applications.
You can find a summary of last year’s OSMART Workshop #1 here - together with the slides that were presented.
This year’s workshop will run across two days:
Wednesday 6 December, 16:00-18:30 CET – quickfire presentations on project roadmaps and deliverables
Thursday 7 December, 16:00-18:00 CET – structured discussion to highlight synergies across the projects presented the previous day and agreement on some next steps
We will be gathering 5G-MAG, DASH-IF, DVB, HbbTV, MPEG and SVTA to present (1st day) and discuss (2nd day) about:
5G Media Streaming: Driving effective collaboration between mobile media applications and mobile networks - by Richard Bradbury, BBC
Updates on Reference Tools for 5G Broadcast - by Klaus Kühnhammer, Bitstem
Initial contribution on Reference Tools for eXtended Reality (XR) - by Imed Bouazizi, Qualcomm
Updates on Joint Content Conformance Project (JCCP) - by Romain Bouqueau, MotionSpell
DASH-IF livesim2 – a test ground for live DASH streaming - by Torbjörn Einarsson, Eyevinn Technology
dash.js - The open-source DASH Reference Player - by Daniel Silhavy, Fraunhofer FOKUS
DVB-I Reference Application: latest updates and future plans - by Juha Joki, Sofia Digital
Overview of HbbTV’s DASH-DRM Reference Application - by Bob Campbell, Resillion
Enhancing File Format Standardization: Introducing the MPEG Systems File Format Conformance Framework - by Dimitri Podborski, Apple
Updates on Common Media Player library - by SVTA
Updates on Open-Caching - by SVTA
Latest Updates on CTA WAVE Media Streaming Test Suite - by Louay Bassbouss, Fraunhofer FOKUS
Note that the agenda may still suffer changes both in topics, organizations and presenters.
EVENT: OSMART WORKSHOP #2
DATE: Wednesday 6th and Thursday 7th December 2023
TIME: 16:00 - 18:30 CET
AUDIENCE: The event is open to anyone with an interest in open-source reference tools for use in the context of media applications. It is in particular targeted to the development community, researchers and academia.