Video Encoding Engineer at Twitch in San Francisco, CA
About the Position:
Twitch is building the future of interactive entertainment, and video is at the very core of that vision. Our small, talented team is working with a large video system with short feedback loops from our customers. High quality, low bandwidth transcoded video is a differentiator for us in our field, allowing us to be the best video gaming experience. We are in the process of 10x-ing our video system and video encoding with affect our customers while enabling new possibilities as we re-engineer our vide system for the future.
- Own the transcode product. Work on our video transcoding development and architecture. Your product will be easy to use, scalable and maintainable.
- Tune and optimize our transcoding stack, including the transcoding library.
- Work with the rest of the video team to make sure our video system has the highest quality of service.
- 5+ years of sofware engineering experience and expertise in video encoding.
- You have experience writing/optimizing H.264 encoding libraries.
- You are an excellent C programmer.
- You know how to ship code in fast, iterative cycles.
- Experience with multiple languages.
- Deep understanding of network programming.
- Good communication, organization and project management skills.
- Full benefits, including medical, dental, vision and life.
- Catered daily lunch and dinners (and once a week hearty breakfasts)
- Bi-weekly in-office massages
- Corporate gym membership
- Pre-tax commuter benefits
- Whatever design and desktop or laptop you desire, including as many monitors as you can fit on your desk
We are the world’s largest video platform and community for gamers. More than 20 million gamers gather every month on Twitch to broadcast, watch and chat about gaming. Twitch’s live and on-demand video platform forms the backbone of a distribution network for video game broadcasters including pro players, tournaments, leagues, developers and gaming media organizations. Twitch is leading a revolution in gaming culture, turning gameplay into an immersive video experience. Learn more at http://twitch.tv.