Enabling Composition-Based Video-Conferencing for the Home

  title={Enabling Composition-Based Video-Conferencing for the Home},
  author={J. Jansen and P. C{\'e}sar and D. Bulterman and T. Stevens and Ian Kegel and J. Issing},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Multimedia},
  • J. Jansen, P. César, +3 authors J. Issing
  • Published 2011
  • Computer Science
  • IEEE Transactions on Multimedia
  • This paper describes a videoconferencing system that meets performance constraints and functional requirements for use in consumer homes. Our system improves existing home technologies (such as video chat) by providing high-quality audiovisual communication, efficient encoding mechanisms, and low end-to-end delay. Moreover, the system includes a control interface that is capable of dynamically manipulating and compositing audiovisual content streams. This innovative architectural component is… CONTINUE READING

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