DASH fast start using HTTP/2

  title={DASH fast start using HTTP/2},
  author={Wael Ch{\'e}rif and Youenn Fablet and Eric Nassor and Jonathan Taquet and Yuki Fujimori},
Dynamic Adaptive Streaming over HTTP (DASH) is broadly deployed on the Internet for live and on-demand video streaming services. Recently, a new version of HTTP was proposed, named HTTP/2. One of the objectives of HTTP/2 is to improve the end-user perceived latency compared to HTTP/1.1. HTTP/2 introduces the possibility for the server to push resources to the client. This paper focuses on using the HTTP/2 protocol and the server push feature to reduce the start-up delay in a DASH streaming… CONTINUE READING
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