AES Los Angeles 2014
Broadcast & Streaming Media Track Event B7

Friday, October 10, 3:30 pm — 5:00 pm (Room 306 AB)

Broadcast and Streaming Media: B7 - MPEG-DASH—What about Audio?

Jan Nordmann, Fraunhofer USA - San Jose, CA, USA
Rupert Brun, BBC Radio - London, UK
Richard Doherty, Director, Connected Technology Strategy at Dolby Laboratories - San Francisco, CA, USA
Ronny Katz, DTS - Calabasas, CA, USA
Greg Ogonowski, Orban - San Leandro, CA, USA

MPEG-DASH is the emerging adaptive streaming standard that's designed to replace proprietary transport mechanisms such as HDS, Smooth Streaming or HLS. Already adopted or considered by many TV standards around the world, deployed by YouTube and Netflix and supported in Google Chrome, Chromecast, and Microsoft Internet Explorer among others, MPEG-DASH is taking the video world by storm. Even though adaptive streaming is often considered a pure video topic, the panel will discuss its implications on the audio side from an engineering and commercial perspective.

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