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Schedule FOSDEM 2020
Open Media

GPAC 1.0 Overview

GPAC's past, present and future
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Jean Le Feuvre
In this talk, we present the next release of GPAC, the complete rearchitecture of its streaming core, the many new features and possibilities of the multimedia framework. Get ready for a lot of OTT/IP streaming and broadcast, encryption, packaging and media composition!

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