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Discover firsthand from today’s leading manufacturers, technologists, and content creators why connected vehicles are forecasted as the next new horizon for content consumption.
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Level up your video developer skills with the Bitmovin Learning Lab at NAB Show 2019!
In this 4 hours hands-on interactive workshop you will get insider training on developing a video streaming workflow using best practices from some of the leading internet broadcasters in the industry.
From encoding to playback, player optimization, and quality-of-service monitoring you will leave this instructor-led classroom style course with hands-on experience, code samples, and reference projects that will improve both the quality and efficiency of your day-to-day video development work.
Encore Hotel: Vivaldi Classroom
3131 South Las Vegas Boulevard
Las Vegas, NV 89109
Date And Time
Sun, April 7, 2019
11:00 AM – 3:00 PM PDT
Monday, April 8 and Tuesday, April 9| N243, North Hall Meeting Rooms
The Birds of a Feather (BoF) program at the 2019 NAB Show is a series of themed, hosted, non-commercial gatherings that bring together subject matter experts and community members to discuss hot topics of mutual interest. Events are interactive and conversational but can also include talks and panels. All meetings are open to all attendees.
The program will take place Monday, April 8 and Tuesday, April 9 in North Hall, Room N243. It’s an easy to find location near Central Hall and is located at the top of the escalator on the North Hall’s mezzanine level.