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Gstreamer Conference 2010 Videos and Slides uploaded

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The Gstreamer Conference 2010 which was held on 26th October 2010 at Cambridge, U.K. had it's event dates clashing with CELF, the Embedded Linux Conference, Europe.

In order not to split the audiences, the two conferences decided to merge and while the Gstreamer Conference had an independent first day on 26th October as originally planned, the next 2 days were merged with CELF.

Since Gstreamer is revered in the Open Source community as a very flexible and powerful multimedia framework, a lot of people who could not attend the conference were hoping that this conference would be recorded.

Thankfully, Ubicast, a company which uses the gstreamer framework to produce Webcast solutions, have made these available.

For more information on this and links to the Videos and slides, check out this link :

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