Melbourne Video Technology Meetup is Here!

Melbourne Video Technology Meetup is Here!

We are pleased to announce that StreamShark is co-organising the Melbourne Video Technology Meetup with peers in industry.

Modelled on the SF Video Technology and Sydney Video Technology meetups, the Melbourne Video Technology meetup is for anyone interested in the underlying technology behind video and video publishing: streaming, transcoding, codecs, advertising, playback, open standards, mobile, connected tv and more. The meetup will focus on the engineering side and not the creative side, but creatives are welcome.

Over the years, these meetups have been instrumental in furthering the development of video technology and been an important platform for knowledge exchange, planting ideas and forming innovative collaborations to advance the video industry forward. We look forward to fostering engaging discussions between the Video community in Melbourne and building a supportive environment for learning.

Limited edition stickers are available for the launch event! Get them before they’re gone!

The first inaugural Melbourne Video Technology Meetup (link) will be held on Wednesday, October 30, 2019 from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM. The line up of talks for the evening are given below.

How QUIC and HTTP/3 can help video delivery

QUIC is the newest development in Internet protocols, but there are a lot of unanswered questions about how it will help video, and how much. Come hear what we know so far from QUIC Working Group chair and Fastly Senior Principal Engineer Mark Nottingham.

I’m on a boat: Producing and delivering great live streams in tricky conditions.

The brief: Stream a series of boat (18 foot yacht) races from Sydney Harbour.
Include live vision from on-board selected boats…
Include live drone footage…
Include pre-event interviews (live and VTR)…
Include some picture in picture where possible…
Include multi-camera switching from a ‘production boat’…
What could go wrong?

Come and hear Tim Kelly, Director at 5stream share his experience live streaming from a boat.

React loves VideoJS: A new JSX syntax for VideoJS

React makes it painless to create interactive UIs. JSX is a syntax extension to JavaScript that describes what a React UI should look like. In this talk, learn how to replace vanilla javascript syntax with JSX syntax for VideoJS components; allowing for a true React based approach to customising your video player, making your player code more readable, and your player more adaptable and dynamic.

Jack Kaloger, Full Stack Developer at StreamShark will show you the way.

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