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V4L2

V4L2: A Status Update

Presenter: Hans Verkuil, Cisco Systems Norway

Summary: This presentation provides information about virtual drivers,
userspace API for stateless decoders, and stateful codec support.

Supporting Video (de)serializers in Linux: Challenges and Works in Progress

Presenter: Luca Ceresoli, AIM Sportline

Summary: This presentation provides information about Video serdes chips,
v4L2 limitations, and plan for proper implementation of remote I2C.

Integrating Hardware-accelerated Video Decoding with the Display Stack

Presenter: Paul Kocialkowski, Bootlin

Summary: This presentation provides information about video encoding,
decoding, and an overview of video pipeline integration.

Shifting Media App Development Into High Gear.

Presenter: Helen Kolke, Collabora Ltd.

Summary: These slides cover the Classic V4L2 API which includes vivid driver
and Media API (extension) which includes Vimc Driver.

Bring Your Camera into 2018: Forward Porting Image Sensor Drivers

Presenter: Jacopo Mondi, Renesas

Summary: This presentation provides information about the image capture subsystem
and providing frameworks and methods to abstract away from the crude V4L2 APIs.

Grabbing Audio and Video on a Board Farm

Presenter: Krzysztof Opasiak, Samsung R&D Institute Poland

Summary: This presentation provides information about audio and video capture
capabilities and unified remote access to any Single Board Computer.

Why Embedded Cameras are Difficult, and How to Make Them Easy

Presenter: Laurent Pinchart, Ideas on Board

Summary: This presentation provides information about embedded cameras in Linux,
the development of a camera stack, and the advantage of the new stack.

Complex Cameras on Linux

Presenter: Mauro Carvalho Chehab, Samsung

Summary: This presentation provides information about the types of camera hardware and an overview
of a recent effort to make both compatible with standard camera applications.

2017 is the Year of the Linux Video Codec Drivers.

Presenter: Laurent Pinchart, Ideas on Board

Summary: This presentation explains the reasons behind delayed support for video codecs
and the ways they can be implemented and used with free software and open APIs.

V4L2 & CEC Status Report.

Presenter: Hans Verkuil, Cisco Systems Norway

Summary: This presentation provides all the information about the new
and upcoming drivers in V4L2.

Cheap Complex Cameras

Presenter: Pavel Machek, DENX Software Engineering GmbH

Summary: This presentation provides information about image quality in cell phone
cameras and the internal processing of digital photography.

HDMI 4k Video: Lessons Learned

Presenter: Hans Verkuil, Cisco Systems Norway

Summary: This presentation provides information about 4k video challenges
at the hardware level and HDMI protocol level.

Zero-Copy Video Streaming on Embedded Systems the Easy Way

Presenter: Michael Tretter & Philipp Zabel, Pengutronix

Summary: This presentation provides information about capturing, encoding,
streaming, decoding, compositing, and V4L2 video capture and codec drivers

V4L2 on Steroids: The Request API

Presenter: Laurent Pinchart
Summary: This presentation provides information about the design of API
and the use of applications and drivers.

HDMI CEC: What? Why? How?

Presenter: Hans Verkuil, Cisco Systems Norway

Summary: This presentation includes a short introduction of the upcoming CEC
framework and the utilities that use it.

Maximize the Performance of HTML5 Video in RPi2

Presenter: Gwang Yoon Hwang, Igalia

Summary: This presentation talks about lessons learnt while executing rendering
and composing pipeline of WebKitGTK+, WebKitForWayland, and GStreamerGL
using OpenMAX and OpenGL in RPi2 device.

Supporting the Camera Interface on the C.H.I.P

Presenter: Maxime Ripard, Free Electrons

Summary: This presentation provides information about v4L2 stack, the architecture of a
v4l2 driver, and the interaction between the SoC driver and its camera's.

Testing Video4Linux Applications and Drivers

Presenter: Hans Verkuil

Summary: This presentation covers the V4L2 compliance driver testing,
Qt test application and Test Drivers Cropping

Hardware Accelerated Video Streaming with V4L2.

Presenter: Hardware Accelerated Video Streaming with V4L2.

Summary: This presentation gives an introduction of Simple V4L2 applications and V4L2 application
using OpenGL as well vendor-specific features.

An Introduction to the Video4Linux Framework.

Presenter: Hans Verkuil, Cisco Systems Norway

Summary: These slides cover the V4L2 Framework, V4L2 PCI Skeleton Driver Control
Framework and Features of the Skeleton Driver.

Case Study: Building a High-Quality Video Pipeline Using GStreamer & V4Linux on an i.MX6

Presenter:Sean Hudson, Mentor Graphics

Summary: This presentation provides information about Video4Linux (V4L) API,
driver framework, and GStreamer – Performance analysis.

Optimizing GStreamer Video Plugins: A Case Study with Renesas SoC Platform.

Presenter: Katsuya Matsubara, IGEL Co.Ltd

Summary: These slides cover the case study with Renesas SoC Platform for Optimizing GStreamer
Video Plugins and also contains the optimizing the video monitoring.

Next-Generation DMABUF: How To Efficiently Play Back Video on Embedded Systems

Presenter: Lucas Stach

Summary: This presentation provides information about simple video playback
using Gstreamer and adding hardware units in the mix.

DRM/KMS, FB and V4L2: How to Select a Graphics and Video API

Presenter: Laurent Pinchart, Ideas on Board

Summary: This presentation provides information about Device Model – V4L2,
memory management and features.

Video4Linux: Current Status and Future Work

Presenter: Hans Verkuil, Cisco Systems

Summary: This presentation provides information about v4L2 API,
soc video devices and HDTV timings API.

Video4linux: Progress, New videobuf2 Framework, and the Future.

Presenter: Hans Verkuil (Cisco)

Summary: This presentation provides information about external video and audio
codecs are linked to Stagefright through OpenMAX IL.

Bringing up HDMI Display for OMAP4 Panda Board - Design, Challenges, and Lessons Learned.

Presenter: Mythri pk

Summary: This Presentation Provide information about the high-level software,
audio data path, video data path, OMAP4 HDMI hardware and Use case of HDMI Hot-plug Enable.

Recent Developments in Open Video Technology.

Presenter: David Schleef

Summary: This presentation provides the information of Recent Developments in
open video technology and use of Open Video Technology.

Porting VLC to TI DaVinci

Presenter: Jean-Paul Saman

Summary: This presentation provides information about VLC media player, transcode, and streamer.

A Linux multimedia framework for SH-Mobile processors.

Presenter: Conrad Parker

Summary: These slides cover the working of VPU: Video Processing Unit and VOU: Video Output,
Sound I/O I USB and related Linux Kernel interfaces required for inter-operation.

Video4Linux: What about Output?

Presenter: Matthew Porter

Summary: These slides cover the video capture drives under a unified interface and usually
considered as a video capture framework- Cameras, TV tuners, and radio.

Basic video editing on embedded devices using GStreamer.

Presenter: Christian F.K. Schaller

Summary: This presentation provides the overview of GStreamer,
what's new since last year and multimedia framework.

Framework for digital camera in Linux.

Presenter: Dongsoo Kim, HeungJun Kim

Summary: This presentation provides information about the new V4L2 APIs for digital camera
lens control, object recognition, and abstract workflow of switching camera

Embedded Video Capture Under Linux: The Soc Camera Framework

Presenter: Guennadi Liakhovetski

Summary: This presentation provides information about soc camera drivers
and implementation of v4l functionality on embedded devices.

Adding Framebuffer support for Freescale SoCs.

Presenter: York Sun

Summary: This presentation provides information about MPC8610 key features,
display interface unit and software components used on MPC8610 HPCD.

Video Clip Player – Philips Nexperia™ PNX0106 and Linux based platform.

Presenter: Armin Gerritsen

Summary: This presentation provides information about video clip players,
use cases and frame buffer implementation.