April 9, 2018 10:00 AM - April 12, 2018 4:00 PM

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Las Vegas Convention Center, Las Vegas, United States

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Join us at the Google Booth is located in South Hall, SU218.

Google Booth Talks

Monday 9 April

10.15am

Segona Media: Increased Value of Media Assets

30mins • Dion Borsboom

Segona Media helps store your media assets and automatically tags (video, image, speech) and transcripts them. Machine learning can be applied to add additional tagging.

Google Cloud Partner

11.00am

Google's Broadcast Streaming Video Platform

30mins • Kip Schauer

Overview of Google's Broadcast streaming platform – Anvato.

Google Cloud

12.00pm

Advanced VFX Techniques for VR Video

30min • Bilawal Sidhu and Sam Wickert

Most VR videos tend to involve plopping a camera in the middle and calling it a day, but the the immersive canvas and toolchains enable so much more. Learn how to utilize the latest tooling and techniques to up the production value of your next VR project. We cover advanced stitching techniques, seamless CG integration with VR video, depth map based compositing and relighting, 3D motion tracking, as well as AR applications. The talk will follow a case study format, breaking down key techniques and impact in a few, media rich slides. Each case study will tie to Google's JUMP camera capabilities that made these techniques possible for a nimble team like SoKrispyMedia.

Daydream

1.00pm

Irdeto: Growing Multi-DRM with Widevine Offering

30min • Sunitha Ramakrishna

Explore Widevine use cases, how to protect 4k content and why Widevine is a preferred DRM provider.

Widevine Partner

2.00pm

The Google News Initiative

30min • Nicholas Whitaker

News consumers are being exposed to new and innovative ways to consume stories. 360 video, VR, and voice devices are just a few ways you can delight and excite viewers interested in getting more engaged with content. In this session you will learn how tools like Street View, Google Earth, Storypheres, YouTube, and daydream can help you immerse your audiences in the story.

The Google News Lab Initiative

3.00pm

The Magic of Jump Stitching & Workflow

30min • Shirley Chung

An overview of the Jump system--goals, cameras, stitching, creator workflow.

Jump (Daydream)

4.00pm

Castlabs: Playback Solutions Enabling Widevine Across Multiple Use Cases

30min • Bryce Pedersen

Explore offline playback with Electron and how to use Widevine to protect 4k content. 

Widevine Partner

5.00pm

Evergent: Subscriptions

30min • Craig Barberich

Subscriptions

Google Cloud Partner

Tuesday 10 April

9.15am

DoubleClick and ATSC 3.0: Advanced Advertising Opportunities in Next Gen TV

30mins • Stella Loh and Kevin Flanagan

Overview on how DoubleClick is working on an ATSC 3.0 advertising demo in conjunction with the NAB.

DoubleClick 

10.00am

SDVI: Using Google Cloud Services in a Media Supply Chain

30mins • Simon Eldridge

Based on the solution deliverer to Discovery, this presentation covers how SDVI have integrated GCP services including GCS, Video Intelligence and Speech with SDVI Rally and Adobe Premiere to optimize their media supply chain for compliance editing and content review. 

Google Cloud Partner

11.00am

Foundry Presents Project Elara: A Visual Effects Cloud Offering

30mins • Mattieu Mazerolle

Project Elara is hosted exclusively on Google Cloud Platform, incorporating Google’s unrivalled GPU, networking and storage capabilities. Project Elara enables VFX studios and freelancers to move their entire pipeline into the cloud. Project Elara centralises infrastructure, creative tools and pipeline in one place, giving users on-demand and flexible access to professional VFX applications—both Foundry owned and from third parties.  

Google Cloud Partner 

12.00pm

Live and On-Demand Video Streaming in the Cloud

30mins • Adam Handman

Overview of the Anvato video streaming platform.

Google Cloud 

1.00pm

VR: The Making of "Welcome to Light Fields"

30mins • Dan Erickson and Jay Busch

We will discuss the technology and production process for creating "Welcome to Light Fields", a new Virtual Reality experience featuring realistic, Six-Degrees-of-Freedom Light Field scenes of interesting places such as Space Shuttle Discovery and the Gamble House in Pasadena. We'll show our custom Light Field capture rig, explain how the image datasets become light field experiences, and have a demo of "Welcome to Light Fields" at the booth.

Daydream

2.00pm

AV1 at Google

30mins • Jai Krishnan

Chrome Media will present AV1, a just-launched video codec that compresses web video content by 30-40% more than existing codecs (VP9, HEVC) without losing quality. The codec was developed with an open source and royalty free process in the Alliance for Open Media, where we actively collaborated with the largest web media companies (Apple, Netflix, Amazon, Microsoft, Facebook, etc). This talk will explain the benefits to developers and users, present the adoption roadmap, and a demo. 

Chrome

3.00pm

iWedia: Android TV Implementation 

30mins • Sunghoon Kim

Overview of Android TV STB integration with CAS.

Widevine Partner

4.00pm

The What, Why and How of VR180

30mins • Frank Rodriguez

In this session we would review what the VR180 format is and it's benefits for viewers and creators. We then go through the equipment and production workflows to help creators learn how they can get started with this new VR format.

YouTube VR 

5.00pm

Accedo: Extending Google Cloud to the Multiscreen Experience

30mins • Mrugresh Desai

Presentation of Accedo's cloud based UX management solution integrated with Anvato / Google Cloud. We will showcase how video assets in Google Cloud can be rendered and dynamically changed throughout the multiscreen experience by a WYSIWYG UX running in the cloud. We will also showcase Anvato back-end as well as our UX mgmt product and of course also showcase the actual apps running on a consumer device (e.g. Android Tablet). UX and content changes can be done and rendered in realtime during the demo session.

Google Cloud Partner

Wednesday 11 April

9.15am

Security Overview for Google Cloud

30mins • Bjorn Leffler

Security overview for Google Cloud.

Google Cloud 

10.00am

DoubleClick Premium Video Solutions

30mins • Inderpreet Sandhu

TV content is plentiful and so are the devices we watch it on. Come hear from our DoubleClick team on the challenges, and opportunities for viewers, broadcasters & marketers and how DoubleClick is helping support a great viewing and monetization experience.

DoubleClick 

11.00am

Cloud Rendering Demonstration

30mins • Todd Prives

Demo of cloud rendering on Google Cloud Platform (GCP) allowing an animation that would normally take 6 hours to be done on a local workstation to be rendered in 8 minutes using GCP.

Google Cloud 

12.00pm

Executing Large Scale VR Video Productions

30mins • Joe Szopa, Ty Root and Ryan Thomas

Ty Root and Ryan Thomas from SubVRsive share their experiences on executing the largest multicam 3D360 production to date: "Austin City Limits: Backstage." Shooting nearly a hundred terabytes of footage for nine legendary ACL performances, they'll share lessons from the field, discuss tips, tricks and ingenuity on how they leveraged Jump and the Yi HALO for making this production happen.

Google VR

1.00pm

Massive AXIS: Spearheading the Video UX Revolution

30mins • Jason Bradwell

Across the globe, the priorities of TV operators are changing. No longer is “content king” – today, the consumer experience reigns supreme. However, due to the complex legacy infrastructure typically supporting OTT services, it is common for service providers to incur substantial engineering costs when deploying front-end changes across a suite of devices. During this presentation, hear from Jason Bradwell, Director of Product Marketing and Communications at Massive, on how broadcasters can leverage their customer data to present custom UX modules and content, all in real-time, using Massive AXIS.

Google Cloud Partner

2.00pm

Big Data Solutions at Google Scale

30mins • Bjorn Leffler

An introduction to Big Data processing at Google.

Google Cloud

3.00pm

Machine Learning for Media and How Google Professional Services can Help

30mins • Dan Henney

The Google Cloud team will give a demonstration of Google's machine learning capabilities and how they could solve for different media use cases. The team will also show how Google's Professional Service team can assist in implementing these solutions. 

Google Cloud

4.00pm

Teradici: Delivering Creative Apps from the Cloud

30mins • Ziad Lammam

Learn how Teradici Cloud Access Software securely delivers editorial and VFX workflows and entire virtual workstations with high-interactivity on Google Cloud Platform.

Google Cloud Partner

5.00pm

GrayMeta: Driving Efficiencies in the Media Workflow

30mins • Josh Wiggins

The GrayMeta Platform combines powerful search, content analysis and cognitive computing to create unimaginable value across silos. The platform easily connects to your cloud, on-premise and dispersed storage, then extracts and creates metadata – unlocking the hidden value of your digital assets with cognitive computing that continually evolves and adapts.

Google Cloud Partner

Thursday 12 April

9.15am

Remote Collaboration with Jamboard

30mins • Ashley Ballard and Jordan Wesson-Stout

Jamboard - What is Jamboard...Why Jamboard..Use Cases for Jamboard.

Google Cloud

10.00am

OTT Streaming: An Overview of Google Cloud Video Solutions

30mins • Graeme Merrall and Sudharshan Aravamudan

Google Cloud

11.00am

Veritone: Impact of Real-Time AI Processing for Broadcasters

30mins • Stephan Cunningham

Impact that today's AI transformations in real-time are having on the broadcasting industry by reducing manual workflows and cost, enabling comparison of content segments to competitors, education on which topics and expressions resonate best with audiences to optimize programming, increasing revenue by opening up existing content to new markets, closing more advertising customers, enabling FCC compliance, and more. AI is practical and impacts the bottom line today by empowering broadcasters to stay ahead of their competition. Forward thinking and innovative companies will find themselves in a league of their own.

Google Cloud Partner

12.00pm

NVIDIA: Artificial Intelligence for Media & Entertainment

30mins • Rick Champagne Cunningham

AI has already had a major impact on Media & Entertainment – from connecting people with relevant content, to video analytics and dynamic distribution. Join NVIDIA on this intro to deep learning to gain high-level insights about new ways AI will impact the Film, Television, AR/VR, and Broadcast industries. NVIDIA will discuss advancements in content creation, dynamic delivery, intelligent interactivity, and how you can use Google Cloud to get started with AI.

Google Cloud Partner