NEW YORK, NY--NewBay Media, a leading publisher of digital content creation media, today announced that Government Video Expo, the East Coast's largest professional video event, will be returning to the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington, DC, from December 1-3, 2009. Thousands of digital video professionals are expected to attend GV Expo for three days of education, exhibitions and networking opportunities.
"We've expanded our offerings for GV Expo this year to not only meet the growing needs of those in government video, but to address the larger professional digital video community as well," said Carmel King, Executive Vice President, Video Broadcast Division, NewBay Media. "We're proud to present our most comprehensive educational program to date. Coupled with our growing exhibit floor, this makes GV Expo a 'must attend' event for content creation professionals in all sectors."
Highlights of this year's GV Expo include.
Over 120 exhibitors including such industry-leading pioneers as Apple, Avid, Canon, Ikegami, JVC, and Panasonic
Free keynotes from high-level government video professionals including DC Court Services, The Pentagon Channel and The Library on Congress.
Free "Meet The Government Producers Panel" includes officials from USDA, FDA, Department of Veterans Affairs and Department of Health and Human Services.
Revamped conference program offerings, including Digital Media DC, Apple Pro Certification Training, and Broadcast Symposium East.
New networking opportunities, including user group and association meetings.
For complete event information, including conference schedules, programs and registration options, please www.gvexpo.com.
Included at the show is the following program:
Presentation Theater: Breakthrough Video Compression Technology: ADC2
This presentation will describe how to improve the compression performance of any standard video codec, i.e., MPEG-4, H.264, VC-1, etc, by a factor of more than five without any change of the codec itself and with no perceptible loss of visual quality compared to that produced by the codec alone. This kind of performance makes it possible the delivery of High-Definition video to TV sets over the Internet using wired or wireless connections with less than 1 Mbps. Patent protected novel uses of Wavelet Transform math will be discussed. The presenter will by Dr. A. DeCegama, CEO & CTO of ADC2 Technologies Corporation.