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2017 GTC San Jose

S7574 - Streaming 10K Video Using GPUs and the Open Projection Format

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Pixvana has developed a cloud-based system for processing VR video that can stream up to 12K video at HD bit rates. The process is called field-of-view adaptive streaming (FOVAS). FOVAS converts equirectangular spherical format VR video into tiles on AWS in a scalable GPU cluster. Pixvana's scalable cluster in the cloud delivers over an 80x improvement in tiling and encoding times. The output is compatible with standard streaming architectures and the projection is documented in the Open Projection Format. We'll cover the cloud-architecture, GPU processing, Open Projection Format, and current customers using the system at scale.


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Intermediate
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Media and Entertainment Video and Image Processing Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality
Cloud Services Media & Entertainment
25 minutes
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