How To: Encoding Live and On-Demand Video Using HEVC

At the Streaming Media East show next week, May 10-11 in NYC, Jan Ozer will have a how-to session on “Encoding Live and On-Demand Video Using HEVC“. Jan’s session will explore the current status of HEVC, including an update on the proposed royalty terms and status of High Dynamic Range Specifications, and the status of competitive technologies such as PERSEUS, VP9, and the codec from the Alliance for Open Media. The presentation then examines who’s using HEVC in 2016 and for which type of applications. The session concludes by presenting the key similarities and differences between H.264 and H.265, and techniques for optimizing the quality of HEVC encoding, particularly for those using the x265 codec.

Register online using the discount code of 200DR16 and get a #smeast Discovery Pass for free, or a Conference pass for $895. You can check out the entire program agenda here.