Demuxed

By Heavybit

About this podcast   English    United States

A podcast for and by engineers working with video.
13 episodes · since Sep, 2016
Feb. 8, 2018
In episode 8 of Demuxed, guest Jean-Baptiste Kempf discusses how VideoLAN, the project behind VLC player, came to be and where it’s going. Hear what the future holds for streaming video and how VLC player’s iconic cone logo came to be. The post Ep. #8, VideoLAN with Jean-Baptiste Kempf appeared first on Heavybit.
Jan. 19, 2018
In the latest episode of Demuxed, Eric Tang of Livepeer joins Matt, Steve and Nick (filling in for Phil) to discuss how blockchain is creating new possibilities for peer-to-peer live video streaming. Eric describes how Livepeer uses a token system to incentivize increased capacity and network performance. He also explains how decentralized video streaming networks can change the way content creators interact with their audiences. The post Ep. #7, Live Video Streaming with Blockchain appeared first on Heavybit.
Oct. 24, 2017
In the latest episode of Demuxed, Matt, Steve and Phil are joined by Ryan Damm. Ryan founded Visby to take a light field approach to VR. Ryan explains what light fields are, and reveals some of the interesting things that can be done with them. He shows how today’s display technology can handle light fields and makes the bold prediction that in 10 years light fields will be broadly adopted by tv’s and phones using holographic displays. The post Ep. #6, Light Fields & The Future Of Imaging appeared first on Heavybit.
July 6, 2017
In the latest episode of Demuxed, Matt, Steve and Phil are joined by Feross Aboukhadijeh and John Hiesey for a discussion on WebTorrent. The post Ep. #5, WebTorrent: Bringing BitTorrent to the Web appeared first on Heavybit.
July 6, 2017
In the latest episode of Demuxed, Matt, Steve and Phil are joined by Feross Aboukhadijeh and John Hiesey from WebTorrent. Feross explains that the idea behind WebTorrent is to allow any web browser to connect to a peer-to-peer swarm, fetch content, verify it, and display it to the user with minimum use of servers. They also discuss how they use the WebRTC protocol and outline browser limitations that resulted in the creation of a WebTorrent desktop application. The post Ep. #5, WebTorrent: Bringing BitTorrent to the Web appeared first on Heavybit.
March 30, 2017
In this episode of Demuxed, Matt, Steve and Phil are joined by Gary Katsevman and David LaPalomento, core contributors to the Video.js project. Steve reveals how Video.js began as a weekend attempt to build a video player with HTML and CSS instead of Flash. They discuss the current excitement around Video.js 6.0 and explore possible directions for Video.js 7.0 including the evolution of the middleware components and the removal of Flash from the core player. The post Ep. #4, The Long Road to Video.js 6.0 appeared first on Heavybit.
March 30, 2017
In this episode of Demuxed, Matt, Steve and Phil are joined by Gary Katsevman and David LaPalomento to discuss the current excitement around Video.js 6.0 and explore possible directions for Video.js 7.0. The post Ep. #4, The Long Road to Video.js 6.0 appeared first on Heavybit.
Nov. 1, 2016
In Episode 3 of Demuxed, Matt, Steve and Phil are joined by SSB BART Group Lead Accessibility Consultant Owen Edwards. The group discusses the role that tools such as captions and screen readers have played in the the past, as well as how accessibility standards will be part of the way we consume content in the future. The post Ep. #3, Accessibility For The Future appeared first on Heavybit.
Nov. 1, 2016
In Episode 3 of Demuxed, Matt, Steve and Phil are joined by SSB BART Group Lead Accessibility Consultant Owen Edwards. The group discusses the role that tools such as captions and screen readers have played in the the past, as well as how accessibility standards will be part of the way we consume content in the future. The post Ep. #3, Accessibility For The Future appeared first on Heavybit.
Oct. 12, 2016
In this episode of Demuxed, Matt, Steve, & Phil are joined by Andrew Sinclair, Principal Software Engineer at Brightcove. The group has a great conversation on the history of Adaptive Video Streaming on the web before discussing the current state of Dynamic Adaptive Streaming over HTTP (DASH). The post Ep. #2, Adaptive Streaming & DASH appeared first on Heavybit.
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