The Multimedia group at Telecom ParisTech has a new open full-time researcher position on immersive media. You can check the description of the position here and the conditions for applying here. Don’t hesitate to contact us for more information.
It’s demo season !
We are also exhibiting at the Future en Seine event as part of the 4Ever-2 project, where we demonstrate hybrid scalable broadcast broadband with an AVC 1080p 50hz SDR base broadcast enhanced with an SHVC UHD HDR (PQ) layer carried over broadband DASH, check it out !
SHVC decoding is powered by our close friends at openHEVC, broadband/broadcast synchronization is achieved through MPEG-2 TS TEMI.
During this project, the GPAC team has standardized the MPEG-2 TEMI extensions used for broadcast-brodband synchronization and implemented several demos based on this techno (small tutorial here on how to use GPAC for such demonstrations).
GPAC is a Free Software multimedia framework. The project covers different aspects of multimedia, with a focus on multimedia packaging and presentation technologies (graphics, animation, interactivity, VR). We provide popular packagers, streamers and players on http://www.gpac.io.
The GPAC team builds tomorrow multimedia standards. The GPAC team is renowned for its participation in standards (ISO/MPEG, W3C, etc.). GPAC is the reference software for some core multimedia technologies and drives innovative technologies (scalable and interactive video, etc.).
The internship aims at exploring the CMAF standard. CMAF aims at unifying all the existing video streaming formats and is backed by Apple and Microsoft. The role of the intern is to participate in the development of a CMAF validation service.
Continue reading Internship: next-generation video streaming analyzer (Paris, France)
As some of you may already know, Apple has announced during WWDC2016 the support for fragmented MP4 files in HLS:
We have been adding support in GPAC for fmp4 HLS, both at the client side and at MP4Box side.
Continue reading Support for Apple latest adaptive streaming format
We were at MMSys 2016 talking about new nice features in GPAC: support for MPEG-DASH Spatial Relation Description and HEVC motion-constrained tiling!
We had a quick poster presenting our two demos
Continue reading MPEG-DASH SRD and HEVC tiling for VR videos
The timeline to see the subject and apply is quite short (25 March for student application deadline): https://developers.google.com/open-source/gsoc/timeline
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