ELC 2011 videos

The Embedded Linux Conference 2011 took place between April, 11th and April, 13th in its now usual place, the Kabuki hotel in San Francisco, California. It was the first edition organized since the merge of the CE Linux Forum into the Linux Foundation. During three days, three parallel tracks of talks and BoFs about technical topics around embedded Linux : kernel support, power management, build systems, file systems, real-time, and more.

As usual, part of the Free Electrons team was at this Embedded Linux Conference, in order to keep up with the latest developments from the embedded Linux community. Gregory Clement (left on the picture), Maxime Ripard (right on the picture) and myself (center on the picture) were present, and we recorded all talks of the conference. And just a little bit more than one month later, we are ready to announce that all videos are now available online, in 1080p high-definition, and in a lower 450p resolution, encoded with the new VP8 codec.

Free Electrons at ELC 2011
Free Electrons at ELC 2011. From left to right: Gregory Clement, Thomas Petazzoni and Maxime Ripard.

Amongst all the conferences below, each of us have selected the three ones we thought were the most interesting ones (note that the top three for each us is necessarily composed of distinct talks, as none of us have seen the same talks since we had to record talks from three different sessions in parallel) :

  • For Gregory Clement, the top three is: Yoshiya Hirase talk about Faster Resume For More Energy Savings on MeeGo, Arnd Bergmann talk about Optimizations For Cheap Flash Media (which follows Arnd article on the same topic in LWN) and a set of three related talks about the video infrastructure in the Linux kernel, that Gregory recommends to watch in this order: Media Controller Framework (MCF) For OMAP2+ Display Subsystem (Sumit Semwal), Video4linux: Progress, New videobuf2 Framework and the Future (Hans Verkuil) and Bringing up HDMI Display for OMAP4 Panda Board – Design, Challenges and Lessons Learned (Mythri pk).
  • For Maxime Ripard, the top three is: John Stultz talk about Android for servers, Mike Anderson talks about ARM NEON and GPU programming, Wolfram Sang talk about Helping the process
  • For myself, the top three is: Jesse Barker talks about the ARM Graphics ecosystem which gives a nice overview of the state of this topic, Hai Shalom talk about PCD (which is an original and interesting replacement for init), Dave Stewart talk about The Yocto Project and its Application Development Toolkit (because it gives details on how Yocto is supposed to be used for application development, a topic I’m interested in as a Buildroot developer)

It is also worth noting that this Embedded Linux Conference was co-located with the first edition of the Android Builders Summit, for which we will soon publish videos as well. The next embedded Linux conference will take place in Europe, in Prague from October 26th to 28th, co-located with the first edition of LinuxCon Europe and just after the Kernel Summit. Prague will really be full of Linux developers during this end of October, it’s time to book this week on your agenda as well !

Creative commonsIn agreement with the speakers, these videos are released under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 license.

Finally, the list of all videos of Embedded Linux Conference 2011, along with their corresponding slides :

Tim BirdVideo capture
Sony Network Entertainment
Welcome Keynote
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Dirk Hohndel, Richard PurdieVideo capture
Intel, Linux Foundation
The Yocto Project
Video (35 minutes):
full HD (458M), 450×800 (140M)

Keshava MunegowdaVideo capture
Texas Instruments
Power Fail Safe FAT File Systems
Slides
Video (48 minutes):
full HD (693M), 450×800 (203M)

Frank RowandVideo capture
Sony
Identifying embedded real-time issues: I-cache and locks
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Video (46 minutes):
full HD (471M), 450×800 (147M)

Bruno Cardoso LopesVideo capture
University of Campinas
LLVM, Clang and Embedded Linux Systems
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Video (50 minutes):
full HD (593M), 450×800 (164M)

Steven RostedtVideo capture
RedHat
Kernel Shark Tutorial
Video (49 minutes):
full HD (743M), 450×800 (215M)

Kang DongwookVideo capture
ETRI
Snapshoot Booting on Embedded Linux
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Video (33 minutes):
full HD (284M), 450×800 (95M)

Khem RajVideo capture
State of OpenEmbedded Internal Toolchain and SDKs
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Video (41 minutes):
full HD (289M), 450×800 (119M)

David RuslingVideo capture
Linaro
Linaro: a year of change
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Video (50 minutes):
full HD (529M), 450×800 (173M)

Hai ShalomVideo capture
Atheros
Control, recover and debug your embedded product with PCD
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Video (50 minutes):
full HD (470M), 450×800 (160M)

Gene SallyVideo capture
Zigbee Networking and Linux
Video (53 minutes):
full HD (262M), 450×800 (139M)

Xi WangVideo capture
Broadcom
Solving real-time scheduling problems with RT_PREEMPT and deadline-based scheduler
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Video (43 minutes):
full HD (422M), 450×800 (141M)

Mike AndersonVideo capture
The PTR Group
ARM Neon instruction set and why you should care
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Video (53 minutes):
full HD (527M), 450×800 (169M)

Darren HartVideo capture
Intel
Yocto Project: Practical Kernel Development Tutorial
Video (52 minutes):
full HD (551M), 450×800 (196M)

Arnd BergmannVideo capture
IBM
Optimizations for cheap flash media
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Video (49 minutes):
full HD (482M), 450×800 (160M)

Wolfram SangVideo capture
Pengutronix
Developer’s diary: helping the process
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Video (39 minutes):
full HD (315M), 450×800 (112M)

Rajesh LalVideo capture
Nokia
Fun with QML and Javascript
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Video (39 minutes):
full HD (250M), 450×800 (108M)

Thomas GleixnerVideo capture
Linutronix
RT-Preempt: what’s the state and why there is no roadmap
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full HD (447M), 450×800 (149M)

Jason KridnerVideo capture
Texas Instruments
High-level web interface to low-level I/O on the BeagleBoard
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full HD (370M), 450×800 (115M)

Arnd BergmannVideo capture
IBM
Becoming part of the Linux kernel community
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full HD (376M), 450×800 (126M)

Paul MundtVideo capture
Renesas
Working with hardIRQs: life beyond static IRQ assignments
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full HD (330M), 450×800 (113M)

Amit KucheriaVideo capture
Linaro
Powerdebugging inside Linaro
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Video (46 minutes):
full HD (309M), 450×800 (136M)

Mike AndersonVideo capture
The PTR Group
High-performance computing using GPUs
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full HD (615M), 450×800 (185M)

Paul LarsonVideo capture
Canonical
Linaro automated validation on ARM
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full HD (581M), 450×800 (184M)

Dave StewartVideo capture
Intel
The Yocto project and its application development toolkit (ADT) – The answer to effective embedded application development
Video (42 minutes):
full HD (362M), 450×800 (139M)

Damian Hobson Garcia, Katusya Matsubara, Takanari Hayama, Hisao MunakataVideo capture
Igel
Integrating a Hardware Video Codec into Android Stagefright using OpenMAX IL
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Video (55 minutes):
full HD (564M), 450×800 (177M)

Koen KooiVideo capture
Texas Instruments
Integrating OpenEmbedded and Yocto
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full HD (465M), 450×800 (159M)

Mark GrossVideo capture
Intel
How to power tune a device running on a Linux kernel for better suspend battery life
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Video (49 minutes):
full HD (273M), 450×800 (129M)

Remi LorriauxVideo capture
Adeneo Embedded
Real-time audio on embedded devices
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Magnus DammVideo capture
Runtime PM: upstream I/O device power management
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Jesse BarkerVideo capture
Linaro
Linux graphics meets the ARM ecosystem
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David AndersVideo capture
Texas Instruments
Board bringup: open-source hardware and software tools
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John WilliamsVideo capture
PetaLogix
Dynamic co-simulation of FPGA-based systems on chip
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Video (57 minutes):
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Summit SemwalVideo capture
Texas Instruments
Media Controller Framework (MCF) for OMAP2+ display subsystem
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John StultzVideo capture
IBM
Android for servers?
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Video (37 minutes):
full HD (425M), 450×800 (137M)

Anand GadiyarVideo capture
Texas Instruments
Tools and techniques for debugging embedded systems
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Hans VerkuilVideo capture
Cisco
Video4linux: progress, new videobuf2 framework and the future
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Video (56 minutes):
full HD (534M), 450×800 (171M)

Yoshiya HiraseVideo capture
Nokia
Faster resume for more energy saving on MeeGo
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Video (58 minutes):
full HD (727M), 450×800 (218M)

Jake EdgeVideo capture
Linux Weekly News
What embedded Linux developers should know about IPv6
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Grégoire GentilVideo capture
Always Innovating
Hot multi-OS switch: how to run Ubuntu, ChromiumOS, Android at the same time on an embedded device
Video (61 minutes):
full HD (515M), 450×800 (174M)

Xi WangVideo capture
Broadcom
Controlling memory footpring at all layers: Linux kernel, applications, libraries and toolchain
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full HD (511M), 450×800 (152M)

Tom Zanussi, Saul WoldVideo capture
Building custom embedded images with Yocto
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Philip BalisterVideo capture
Open SDR
A high performance interface between the OMAP3 and a FPGA
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Video (51 minutes):
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Jean PihetVideo capture
NewOldBits.com
The evolution of tracing and profiling for power management and accelerators
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Elizabeth FlanaganVideo capture
Intel
Delivering predictability: the Yocto project autobuilder, automated sanity testing, license collection and build statistics tracking
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Video (48 minutes):
full HD (241M), 450×800 (133M)

Mythri pkVideo capture
Texas Instruments
Bringing up HDMI display for OMAP4 Panda board: design, challenges and lessons learned
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Video (40 minutes):
full HD (363M), 450×800 (122M)

Khem RajVideo capture
Debug/develop uClibc with QEMU
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Gunter Ravi SankarVideo capture
Samsung
What are and how to find a program’s unused DSOs
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Video (49 minutes):
full HD (453M), 450×800 (143M)

Videos from the FOSDEM 2011 Embedded track

As every year, FOSDEM, the largest community-driven open source conference in Europe, took place early February in Brussels. And again, Free Electrons was around with its HD camcorder, to record the conferences of interest for embedded developers. They are now available for download!

FOSDEM banner

Creative commonsIn agreement with the speakers, these videos are released under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 license.

Here are the videos that we have (unfortunately, the FOSDEM team doesn’t collect and publish the slides from the speakers) :

Videos from Libre Software Meeting 2010 in France

RMLL 2010The Libre Software Meeting (Rencontres Mondiales du Logiciel Libre in French) is a community-driven event that takes place every year in France, and covers a wide range of topics in the free and open source software domain. Each year, an Embedded systems and free hardware topic is proposed, which in 2010 was lead by Florian Fainelli, Pierre Ficheux and myself.

While most of the talks took place in French, a few talks were given in English and as we recoded videos from those talks, we thought it’d be a good idea to highlight them to the english readers of our blog. We found it especially important since amongst those videos, there are two particularly interesting presentations from Sarah Sharp, a kernel developer from Intel, about USB3 and its support in Linux. As usual, all our videos are published under the Creative Commons Attribution – ShareAlike Licence version 3.0 license.

Sarah Sharp presenting USB3 at LSM2010

The talks given in English were :

Our french readers will find all other videos in this blog post.

Free Electrons at the Embedded Linux Conference and Android Builders Summit

In just two weeks from now, the Embedded Linux Conference will start in San Francisco, followed by the Android Builders Summit, at the usual Hotel Kabuki location, where the conference is taking place for the third consecutive year.

Embedded Linux Conference 2011

The program of the Embedded Linux Conference has been announced recently, and as usual, features a wide set of technical embedded Linux talks:

  • Filesystem/storage: Power Fail Safe FAT File System, Optimizations For Cheap Flash Media, from Arnd Bergmann, who has also recently published a very interesting article on the same topic.
  • Power management: Faster Resume For More Energy Savings on MeeGo, Powerdebug(ging): A Linaro Perspective, How to Power Tune a Device Running on a Linux Kernel for Better Suspend Battery Life, The Evolution of Tracing and Profiling for Power Management and Accelerators, Runtime PM: Upstream I/O Device Power Management
  • Real-time: Solving Real-Time Scheduling Problems with RT_PREEMPT and Deadline-Based Scheduler, Real-time Audio on Embedded Devices, Identifying Embedded Real-Time Latency Issues: I-Cache and Locks
  • Build system, with a huge number of Yocto-related talks, but no other build systems represented: State of OpenEmbedded Internal Toolchain and SDKs, Yocto Project: Practical Kernel Development Tutorial, Building Custom Embedded Images with Yocto, The Yocto Project and its Application Development Toolkit (ADT) – The Answer to Effective Embedded Application Development, Yocto Project Community BoFs, Delivering Predictability: The Yocto Project Autobuilder, Automated Sanity Testing, License Collection, and Build Statistics Tracking
  • Multimedia: Fun with QML and JavaScript, Integrating a Hardware Video Codec into Android Stagefright using OpenMAX IL, Media Controller Framework (MCF) For OMAP2+ Display Subsystem, Video4linux: Progress, New videobuf2 Framework and the Media Controller, Bringing up HDMI Display for OMAP4 Panda Board – Design, Challenges and Lessons Learned, Linux Graphics Meets the ARM Ecosystem
  • FPGA: Dynamic Co-simulation of FPGA-based Linux Systems-on-Chip, A High Performance Interface Between the OMAP3 and an FPGA
  • Networking: What Embedded Linux Developers Should Know About IPv6, Zigbee Networking & Linux
  • Debugging: Kernel Shark Tutorial and Tools and Techniques for Debugging Embedded Systems
  • Optimization: Snapshot Booting on Embedded Linux, ARM Neon Instruction Set and Why You Should Care, Controlling Memory Footprint at All Layers: Linux Kernel, Applications, Libraries and Toolchain, High-Performance Computing using GPUs, What Are and How to Find a Program’s Unused DSOs
  • Low-level: Board Bringup: Open Source Hardware and Software Tools, Working with HardIRQs: Life Beyond Static IRQ Assignments, Genie in the Bottle: Linux Drivers for the AM1808 PRU
  • And many other talks on various topics: LLVM, Clang and Embedded Linux Systems, Linaro: A Year of Change, Control, Recover and Debug Your Embedded Product with PCD, Developer’s Diary: Helping the Process, High-Level Web Interface to Low-Level Linux I/O on the Beagleboard, Linaro Automated Validation on ARM, Crowd Sourcing and Protecting the Open Source Community, Android for Servers?, Hot Multi-OS Switch: How to run Ubuntu, ChromiumOS, Android at the Same Time on an Embedded Device.

This edition will be the first one organized since the merge between the CE Linux Forum into the Linux Foundation, and will therefore be a great opportunity to see if this merge had any impact on the technical quality of the conference.

My colleagues Maxime Ripard (who joined Free Electrons just a week ago) and Gregory Clement as well as myself will be present at the Embedded Linux Conference and the Android Builders Summit, and we will as usual record all talks of both of these conferences and will put them online, as we have done recently for the talks that took place during the Embedded Linux Conference Europe 2010 in Cambridge. Do not hesitate to meet us in San Francisco!

ELC-E 2010 tutorial videos

Videos from the embedded Linux and Android tutorials at ELC-E 2010, by Chris Simmonds

As releasing ELC-E 2010 videos, here are recordings of the embedded Linux and Android tutorials, performed by Chris Simmonds on October 26, 2010.

Chris SimmondsVideo capture
2net
The Embedded Linux Quick Start Guide – Part 1
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Video (52 minutes, 397M)
Chris SimmondsVideo capture
2net
The Embedded Linux Quick Start Guide – Part 2
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Video (79 minutes, 660M)
Chris SimmondsVideo capture
2net
The Embedded Linux Quick Start Guide – Part 3
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Video (67 minutes, 501M)
Chris SimmondsVideo capture
2net
What else can you do with Android? – Part 1
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Video (49 minutes, 432M)
Chris SimmondsVideo capture
2net
What else can you do with Android? – Part 2
Slides
Video (31 minutes, 293M)
Chris SimmondsVideo capture
2net
What else can you do with Android? – Part 3
Slides
Video (59 minutes, 545M)

GStreamer 2010 conference videos

Videos from the 2010 edition of the GStreamer conference, Cambridge, UK, Oct. 26, 2010.

After releasing ELC-E videos, here are videos from the 2010 edition of the GStreamer conference. As usual, these videos are released under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution – ShareAlike Licence version 3.0.

Jonas HolmbergVideo capture
Axis
Case study – GStreamer on Axis devices
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Video (26 minutes):
full HD (223M), 450×800 (72M)

Sebastian DrögeVideo capture
Collabora Multimedia
WebM and GStreamer
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Video (8 minutes):
full HD (75M), 450×800 (24M)

Florent ThieryVideo capture
UbiCast
Using gstreamer for building automated webcasting systems
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Video (31 minutes):
full HD (361M), 450×800 (107M)

Zeeshan AliVideo capture
Nokia
Implementing DLNA using GStreamer
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Video (29 minutes):
full HD (282M), 450×800 (88M)

Olivier CrêteVideo capture
Collabora
Integrating VideoConferencing into Everyday Applications
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Video (29 minutes):
full HD (334M), 450×800 (103M)

Håvard GraffVideo capture
Tandberg
Case study – Tandberg and GStreamer
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full HD (734M), 450×800 (212M)

Wim TaymansVideo capture
Collabora Multimedia
Keynote – GStreamer – Current and future development
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full HD (310M), 450×800 (136M)

Rob ClarkVideo capture
Texas Instruments
GStreamer and OMAP4
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full HD (336M), 450×800 (128M)

Martin BissonVideo capture
3D Stereoscopic and GStreamer
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full HD (124M), 450×800 (39M)

Jan SchmidtVideo capture
Oracle Corporation
Interactivity in GStreamer pipelines
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full HD (265M), 450×800 (76M)

Mike SmithVideo capture
Songbird
Cross platform development with GStreamer
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full HD (542M), 450×800 (165M)

Emanuele QuacchioVideo capture
ST Microelectronics
A GStreamer based framework for adaptive streaming applications
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full HD (592M), 450×800 (174M)

Josep TorraVideo capture
Fluendo
Intel SMD elements in GStreamer
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full HD (371M), 450×800 (151M)

Philippe NormandVideo capture
Igalia
Webkit, HTML5 and GStreamer
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full HD (229M), 450×800 (106M)

Edward HerveyVideo capture
Collabora Multimedia
Challenges of video editing in your pocket
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full HD (416M), 450×800 (174M)

David SchleefVideo capture
Entropy Wave
Optimizing multimedia with Orc
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full HD (493M), 450×800 (175M)

Luciana FujiiVideo capture
Holoscopio
Landell – live streaming for the masses
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full HD (110M), 450×800 (58M)

Zaheer MeraliVideo capture
Flumotion and GStreamer
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Andrey Nechypurenko and Maksym ParkachovVideo capture
Adaptive video streaming with Ice and GStreamer
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full HD (279M), 450×800 (107M)

ELCE 2010 videos – Now in full HD

Videos from the Embedded Linux Conference Europe, Cambridge, UK, October 2010

Just a few weeks before the next edition of the Embedded Linux Conference in San Francisco, here are the videos from the previous edition in Europe a few months ago.

These videos took more time to process than expected, because of intense months on our side, but also because of the switch to the VP8 video codec. VP8 is the new Open Source and royalty free video codec, and is a successor to the codec that Theora was derived from. Unlike Theora which is now lagging behind, it is a very close competitor to H264, both in terms of quality and video size.

The switch to VP8 allowed us to release the videos in their original full HD resolution (we now have three full HD camcorders to shoot conference videos), with video files of about the same size.

You will probably need a recent GNU/Linux distribution (such as Ubuntu 10.10) to watch these videos. As this codec released by Google is taking off quickly, you should also find solutions to watch videos on Windows and MacOS X. Don’t hesitate to post comments here about your experience playing these files. You can even watch them on the Panda board, which can decode VP8 with its hardware video decoder.

As usual, these videos are released under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution – ShareAlike Licence version 3.0.

As often in conferences, the videos were unfortunately shot is tough lighting conditions. The organizers usually turn off the lights to make it easier for the audience to read the screen. The consequence is a high contrast between the speaker and the screen, causing the speaker to appear very dark when we film her or him together with the screen. In a number of videos, we tried to solve this by using a beach mode provided by our camcorders. While the speaker now looks great, this unfortunately blurred the screen, causing more inconvenience than benefits. We gave up this mode in the last videos and will shoot ELC 2011 is the standard way, even if the speaker looks dark again. At least, with full HD videos, you will be able to read the slides directly on the screen.

The videos from the 2010 GStreamer conference will also be available in the next days, and to help you produce your own videos, we will release our new video processing scripts soon too.

Ruud DerwigVideo capture
Welcome speech
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full HD (228M), 450×800 (71M)

Wolfram SangVideo capture
Pengutronix
Developer’s Diary: Supporting Maintainers
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full HD (888M)
Rekha Kumar and Nipuna GunasekeraVideo capture
Texas Instruments
Panda board demonstration
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full HD (373M), 450×800 (85M)

Robert SchusterVideo capture
OpenJDK
OpenJDK for Embedded Linux Devices
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Video (39 minutes):
full HD (947M), 450×800 (225M)
Philippe RobinVideo capture
Linaro
Facilitating Open Source Development and Collaboration
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full HD (548M), 450×800 (160M)
Tim BirdVideo capture
Sony
Android System Programming – Tips and Tricks
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Mischa Jonker and Ruud DerwigVideo capture
Synopsys
Portability is for People Who Cannot Write New Programs – GNU/Linux/OS on ARC
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Leif LindholmVideo capture
ARM
Software Considerations When Using High-Performance Memory Systems
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Ravi Sankar GunturVideo capture
Samsung
A Simple Method to Detect Memory Leaks and Buffer Overruns
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full HD (171M), 450×800 (55M)
Will NewtonVideo capture
Imagination Technologies
Exploiting On-chip Memories in Embedded Linux Applications
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full HD (255M), 450×800 (68M)
Andrey FedotovVideo capture
AFSoft
Linux Application in Safety-Critical Environment: A Real-Life Example
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Anna DushistovaVideo capture
Mentor Graphics
Eclipse and Embedded Linux Developers: What It Can and What It Cannot Do For You
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Yoshitake KobayashiVideo capture
Toshiba
Linux Kernel Acceleration for Long-term Testing
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Ralf BaechleVideo capture
Wind River
Embedded Linux – The State of the Nation
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Jim ZemlinVideo capture
Linux Foundation
The Linux Foundation and CELF
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full HD (282M), 450×800 (71M)

Andrew MurrayVideo capture
MPC Data
The Right Approach to Minimal Boot Times
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Robert Schwebel and Sascha HauerVideo capture
Pengutronix
Barebox: Booting Linux Fast and Fancy
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full HD (779M), 450×800 (192M)
Kevin HilmanVideo capture
Deep Root Systems
Runtime Power Management
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Michael OpdenackerVideo capture
Free Electrons
Flash Filesystem Benchmarks
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full HD (937M), 450×800 (229M)
Ari RauchVideo capture
Texas Instruments
The Dynamic Role of Open Linux Architectures in Today’s Mobile Landscape
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Benjamin GaignardVideo capture
ST-Ericsson
Android and GStreamer
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Hans VerkuilVideo capture
Tandberg
Supporting SoC Video Subsystems in Video4linux
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full HD (424M), 450×800 (139M)
Benjamin ZoresVideo capture
Alcatel-Lucent
State of Multimedia in 2010’s Embedded Linux Devices
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Iago Toral QuirogaVideo capture
Igalia/Grilo
Grilo: Integrating Multimedia Content in Applications
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full HD (515M), 450×800 (149M)
Jean-Paul SamanVideo capture
M2X BV
Porting VLC to TI DaVinci
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Stefan KostVideo capture
Nokia
Meego Multimedia
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Video (37 minutes):
full HD (316M), 450×800 (105M)
Vitaly WoolVideo capture
Porting Legacy Code to Linux Userspace Driver Framework
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full HD (400M), 450×800 (108M)

Martin MichlmayrVideo capture
Debian
Adapting Debian Installer to NAS and Other Consumer Devices
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full HD (196M), 450×800 (62M)
Frank ScholzVideo capture
Android and Its Impact On Home Entertainment and Home Automation
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full HD (347M), 450×800 (101M)

WookeyVideo capture
Yaffs
Yaffs updates
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full HD (312M), 450×800 (95M)
Yann E. MorinVideo capture
Crosstool-ng
Crosstool-NG, A Cross-Toolchain Generator
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Armijn HemelVideo capture
Loohuis Consulting
Introducing the Binary Analysis Tool
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Kees-Jan DijkzeulVideo capture
Sioux Embedded Systems
A Gentle Introduction to Autotools
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full HD (371M), 450×800 (124M)
Klaas Van GendVideo capture
Montavista
Deflating the Virtualization Hype in 3 Simple Steps
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full HD (507M), 450×800 (131M)
Peter KorsgaardVideo capture
Buildroot
Do More With Less – On Driver-less Interfacing with Embedded Devices
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Video (48 minutes):
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Ray KinsellaVideo capture
Intel
Xen in Embedded Systems
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Video (34 minutes):
full HD (380M), 450×800 (135M)
Arnout VandecappelleVideo capture
Mind
Practical Testing of Open Source Embedded Systems
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Video (51 minutes):
full HD (364M), 450×800 (160M)
Carmelo Amoroso and Rosario ContarinoVideo capture
STMicroelectronics
Lightweight Prelinker for Kernel Modules
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Frank RowandVideo capture
Sony
Identifying Embedded Real-Time Latency Issues: I-Cache and Locks
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Video (43 minutes):
full HD (272M), 450×800 (120M)
David AndersVideo capture
Texas Instruments
Board Bringup: Methods and Utilities
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John OgnessVideo capture
Linutronix
IPL+UBI: Flexible and Reliable with Linux as the Bootloader
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Video (27 minutes):
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Vitaly WoolVideo capture
WLAN Chips in Embedded Linux Systems
Video (23 minutes):
full HD (264M), 450×800 (82M)

Grant LikelyVideo capture
Secret Lab Technologies
ARM Flattened Device Tree Status Report
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Video (40 minutes):
full HD (542M), 450×800 (173M)
Koen KooiVideo capture
OpenEmbedded
The State of OpenEmbedded and Tooling to Make Life Easier
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Video (44 minutes):
full HD (308M), 450×800 (122M)
Harald WelteVideo capture
OpenBSC
Running your own GSM+GPRS network using OpenBSC, OsmoSGSN and OpenGGSN
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Video (49 minutes):
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Arun RaghavanVideo capture
Collabora
PulseAudio In The Embedded World
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Video (30 minutes):
full HD (204M), 450×800 (88M)
Jake EdgeVideo capture
LWN.net
Understanding Threat Models for Embedded Devices
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Video (29 minutes):
full HD (186M), 450×800 (80M)
Gustavo F. PadovanVideo capture
Profusion
The Linux Bluetooth Stack
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Video (30 minutes):
full HD (213M), 450×800 (87M)
Klaas van GendVideo capture
Closing session
Video (62 minutes):
full HD (1.2G), 450×800 (285M)

Chris SimmondsVideo capture
2net
The Embedded Linux Quick Start Guide – Part 1
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Chris SimmondsVideo capture
2net
The Embedded Linux Quick Start Guide – Part 2
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full HD (660M)
Chris SimmondsVideo capture
2net
The Embedded Linux Quick Start Guide – Part 3
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Video (67 minutes):
full HD (501M)
Chris SimmondsVideo capture
2net
What else can you do with Android? – Part 1
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full HD (432M), 450×800 (144M)
Chris SimmondsVideo capture
2net
What else can you do with Android? – Part 2
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Chris SimmondsVideo capture
2net
What else can you do with Android? – Part 3
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Video (59 minutes):
full HD (545M), 450×800 (180M)

Here are also videos of the Embedded Linux and Android tutorials by Chris Simmonds.

Videos from FOSDEM 2010

Peter Korsgaard presenting Buildroot in the Cross build systems workshop at FOSDEM 2010

Like every year, the Free and Open Source Developer European Meeting took place early February in Brussels, and Thomas Petazzoni, from Free Electrons, attended and recorded a few talks from the embedded session. However, contrary to previous years, I haven’t been able to record all talks from the embedded session, since I attended talks from other sessions which were already being recorded by others.

Gian-Carlo Pascutto presenting Embedded software development best practices at FOSDEM 2010

We also attended talks from the X.org and Coreboot developer roooms : videos for the X.org developer room can be found at http://video.fosdem.org/2010/devrooms/xorg/ and videos for the Coreboot developer room can be found at http://video.fosdem.org/2010/devrooms/coreboot/.

ELC 2010 videos

Videos from the Embedded Linux Conference in San Francisco, April 12-14, 2010.

The 2010 edition of the Embedded Linux Conference was once again a very interesting event. For embedded Linux developers, the Embedded Linux Conference is a perfect place to learn about new technologies, profit from the experience of other developers, and to meet key software developers.

For people who couldn’t attend this conference, and for single core people who didn’t manage to attend two or three talks at the same time, here are the videos that we managed to shoot. As usual, the videos are released with a Creative Commons Attribution – ShareAlike 3.0 license.

We hope it makes you feel like joining the next edition of the conference. If you can’t wait, what about going to ELC Europe in Cambridge (UK) in late October? It has a very interesting program too. Of course, the sessions will also be recorded. I hope to see you there!

ELCE 2009 videos

Videos from the Embedded Linux Conference Europe, Grenoble, October 2009

ELCE 2009Just a few weeks before the next edition of the Embedded Linux Conference in San Francisco, here are the videos from the previous edition in Europe a few months ago.

These videos were shot by Satoru Ueda and Tim Bird (Sony), Ruud Derwig (NXP) and by Thomas Petazzoni and Michael Opdenacker (Free Electrons). As usual, they are released under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution – ShareAlike Licence version 3.0.

Ruud DerwigIf you have never been to an Embedded Linux Conference yet, these videos should show you how useful this conference is for embedded Linux system developers. This is the place where you can discover new development tools and technologies that will change your working life, benefit from the experience from your peers, get the opportunity to talk to the fantastic people who implement the Free and Open Source software that makes your system run, and win cool penguin goodies. So, don’t miss next next edition in San Francisco.