schedule Jul 23rd 04:30 PM - 05:30 PM place Grand Ballroom

In this talk we’ll examine the past and present of video experiences on the web; Touching on Codecs, Containers, Encoders and Decoders. We'll also quickly review Digital Rights Management & the Encrypted Media Extension spec and why it's important in our future. Atop all of this, we'll showcase examples of pure JavaScript video implementations, bypassing proprietary video formats and browser limitations.

 
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Outline/structure of the Session

A 45 minute talk including ~100 slides containing key insights and an overview of the video landscape online. Slides also contain coding examples of how to implement certain libraries referenced and their example output. 

Learning Outcome

Attendees will come away with a better understanding of the current capabilities of JavaScript to create video experiences online. They'll also gain insight into the future of video through a review of standards and a theoretical/in-development JavaScript video format (ORBX.js).

Target Audience

Front-end Developers, Designers

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