Perceived Video Streaming Quality under Initial Buffering and Rebuffering Degradations

  title={Perceived Video Streaming Quality under Initial Buffering and Rebuffering Degradations},
  author={Xiaopeng Tan and J{\"o}rgen Gustafsson and Gunnar Heikkil{\"a} Ericsson and J. Gustafsson},
The subjective quality of video streaming has been studied for typical mobile setups, where bad radio conditions give rise to buffering effects (initial buffering and rebuffering). The study included a variety of transport bit rates, frame rates, types of content and buffering/rebuffering conditions. The properties of interruptions having the greatest impact on the perceived quality were found to be the rebuffering length and the rebuffering frequency. If interruptions are unavoidable, a single… CONTINUE READING
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