KOM Player - A Platform for Experimental VoD Research

  title={KOM Player - A Platform for Experimental VoD Research},
  author={Michael Zink and Carsten Griwodz and Ralf Steinmetz},
In contrast to audio which is often streamed as complete music titles or even as a life feed from a radio station, video in today’s Internet is almost only available as small clips and pre-generated programs. Although some of the problems concerning AV streaming are reasonably solved right now, some work in fields like wide-area distribution systems need further investigation to make applications like “True Video-onDemand” work. Our research and the one of many others is focused on problems… CONTINUE READING

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