Adaptive playout for real-time media streaming

  title={Adaptive playout for real-time media streaming},
  author={Mark Kalman and Eckehard G. Steinbach and Bernd Girod},
When media is streamed over best-effort networks, a buffer at the client protects against playout interruptions due to variations in the data arrival rate. While the amount of protection offered grows with the size of the client’s buffer, so does the latency that is introduced. In this paper we show how adaptive media playout (AMP) the variation of the playout speed of media frames depending on the condition of the channel allows smaller buffer sizes and correspondingly smaller delays for a… CONTINUE READING
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