Google Chrome Media AV1 Progress – Intel Chip Chat Network Insights – Episode 229

October 15th, 2019 |
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Intel Chip Chat – Network Insights audio podcast with Allyson Klein: In this archive of a livecast interview from the Visual Cloud conference and IBC Show 2019, in Amsterdam, Netherlands – Matt Frost, Director, Product Management, Google Chrome Media joins Intel Chip Chat Network Insights to discuss the latest generation of video codec technology, AV1 which was developed by the Alliance for Open Media, which is a consortium Google participates in along with Intel and industry leaders including Microsoft, Apple, Facebook, Netflix, and Amazon.
Matt leads business and product management efforts for a world-class team at Google that develops core media technologies — video, audio, still image, and geometry compression and related technologies — to improve the media experience on the web.
In this interview Matt highlights where open-source innovations such as SVT-AV1 is driving broader industry engagement shares insight into how the industry will engage with this advanced codec. Hear what Matt is most excited to see coming from the Google Chrome Media team, and what that means for the average online viewer.
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IBC and Intel collaborated on the ‘Visual Cloud Conference’ that brought together thought leaders across the industry to drive dialogue and advancements around the future of streaming media and other visual cloud services. View some of the demos and presentations from the event here:

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