VSF VidTrans and SMPTE Advanced Motion 2006 Imaging Joint Conference - Los Angeles, California, USA

January 29 - February 1, 2006

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Presentations

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Conference Program

Monday, January 29, 2006

Networked Television
VSF Monday Morning Session
  • Leveraging Local Loops -- Getting the Most From Your 270 Mbits
    John Mailhot, Aastra

  • COP3R2 Interop Demonstration Introduction
    John Dale, Media Links

  • NIST Project Update
    Pierre Costa, SBC Laboratories

  • Understanding Podcasting
    Wes Simpson, Telecom Product Consulting

  • Broadcaster Managed Transport
    Jeff McElreath, Turner Broadcasting


Tuesday, January 30, 2006

Accessing the Next Billion Eyeballs

SMPTE Tuesday Morning Session
  • Moderator's Welcome
    Robert Bell, Executive Director, WTA/SSPI

  • Ten Key Trends in Video/Cinema Distribution
    A tutorial on important changes in technology and operational practices that production executives need to understand in order to take advantage of new opportunities and protect investments in legacy systems.

  • IP Changes Everything
    A roundtable panel of content providers and distribution technology vendors explores the impact of all-digital, IP-based networks on video and cinema distribution.

  • From Broadcast to Narrowcast to Mobile: The New Markets
    A roundtable panel of content providers and service providers present brief case studies and discuss the opportunities created by the continuing fragmentation of audiences.

IP as it Relates to Professional Video
VSF Tuesday Afternoon Session
  • MediaFLO: A Complete System for Video/Audio
    Kent Walker, Qualcomm

  • IP Transport of Professional Video
    Bob Hildeman, Streambox

  • Integrated Video, Voice, and Data Services Using an IP Protocol
    John C. Bellamy, Ipitek, Inc.

  • Pro-MPEG Forum Code of Practice 3 Submission to the SMPTE
    Brad Gilmer/Carl Ostrom

  • IPTV FEC Solutions
    Mary-Luc Champel, Thomson Grass Valley

  • Expanding Video Transport Using the Public Internet
    Bart Schade, Path 1

  • Experience with SDI Contribution Over IP Network
    Helge Stephansen & Tom Erik Krognes, T-VIPS AS/Media Network


Wednesday, February 1, 2006

Quality and Quantity for Professional Video
VSF Wednesday Morning Session
  • Maintaining QoS of Video Over IP Services
    Chris Purdy, Tektronix, Inc.

  • Next Generation Transport for Broadcasters
    Bob Collmus, Scientific-Atlanta, Inc.

  • COP3R2 Interop Preliminary Test Results
    John Dale, Media Links

  • Measurements AHG Update
    Michael Bany, DVBLink, Inc.

  • Building Video Communities-of-Interest
    Andrew Karlin, Savvis

  • Vendor Panel Discussion - How you can be a better customer and at the same time have a better relationship with vendors
    Aastra - John Mailhot, Artel - Barry Flahive, Leitch - Kerry Wheeles, Video Products Group - Dave Herfert

Digital Workflow: Wrangling Bits in an IP Environment
SMPTE Wednesday Afternoon Session
  • Workflow and Systems Integration in the Content Management Process
    John Wadle, OmniBus Systems

  • File Based News and Content Acquisition
    Rick Young, Pathfire

  • The State of the Art: Advances in software, storage and networking for Digital Workflow
    Mark Kapczynski, MESoft, Inc.

  • Forever Changed: IT and IP for Video and New Challenges of Triple Play
    Danny Wilson, Pixelmetrix Corp

  • Convergence - IPTV and SNMP
    Orest Holyk, Evertz

  • 10 Gigabit Networking for Audio and Video Applications
    Stephen H. Lampen



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