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Thank you for attending Packet Video 2013

The proceedings are available within IEEE Xplore. Slides and video recordings of the keynotes as well as most presentations are linked from within the program page. Here are some statistics from the workshop and the online survey: Program Highlights and Survey Results Number of attendees: On site: 79 Cisco and 72 …

Recordings of the Talks

Recording of each talk (unless the speaker did not sign the release form) is now available. If you want the recording of your own talk, please contact Ali C. Begen. If you want the recording of someone else’s talk, please check the program page. If the speaker agreed, his/her talk …

Call for Participation

Packet Video Workshop 2013 December 12th and 13th San Jose, CA USA [PDF | TXT] The 20th International Packet Video Workshop (PV 2013) is devoted to presenting technological advancements and innovations in video and multimedia transmission over packet networks, in particular wireless and Internet networks. The workshop provides a unique venue for people from …

Workshop Program is Online

The program for the Packet Video Workshop 2013 is online here and provides the following highlights: Keynotes Jason Gaedtke, Google YouTube Ion Stoica, UC Berkeley and Conviva Will Law, Akamai Special Sessions Adaptive Streaming Web-RTC 2.0 Information-Centric Networks Low-Latency Interactive Video Regular Sessions Visibility and Video Quality Video Delivery and Scalable …

Camera-Ready Submission

Please upload your camera-ready paper via (create an account, if needed, and conference id is “pv13”) following the instructions at Camera-ready deadline: October 18th, 2013 (hard deadline) Please do not forget to register by October 18th also.

Online Registration

The online registration for the workshop is available and you might be also interested in the list of accepted papers. The program will be available soon — stay tuned!

Call for Posters And Demos

We invite Packet Video attendees to participate to a special poster and demo session in the Packet Video technical program that will foster lively, informal, and in-depth discussions. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to: Cloud and peer-to-peer system architectures Media streaming, distribution and storage support Multimedia communications and system security …

List of Accepted Papers

The technical program committee of Packet Video 2013 is happy to announce the list of accepted papers. For authors, the camera-ready paper submission guidelines will be provided in early October. The page limit will stay the same (8 pages) in 10 point Times Roman.