I’m an active participant in the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF), working on standards relating to real-time networked multimedia, including RTP, SDP. The Real-time Transport Protocol (RTP) provides a framework for In RTP: Audio and Video for the Internet, Colin Perkins, a leader of the. The Real-time Transport Protocol (RTP) provides a framework for delivery of audio In RTP: Audio and Video for the Internet, Colin Perkins, a leader of the RTP.
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Visit our Beautiful Books page and find ccolin books for kids, photography lovers and more. Back cover copy The Real-time Transport Protocol RTP provides a framework for delivery of audio and video across IP networks with unprecedented quality and reliability. By bringing together crucial information prrkins was previously scattered or difficult to find, Perkins has created coin incredible resource that enables professionals to leverage RTP’s benefits in a wide range of Voice-over IP VoIP and streaming media applications.
RTP’s goals, design philosophy, and relationships with other protocolsThe pekrins of human perception in the design of media delivery systemsRTP data transfer and control protocols, including framing, loss detection, reception quality feedback, and membership controlMedia playout, timing, and synchronization, including lip synchronizationMitigating network problems: Table of contents Preface.
Early Packet Voice and Video Experiments. Audio and Video on the Internet. A Snapshot of RTP. Overview of an RTP Implementation.
Behavior of an RTP Sender. Behavior of an RTP Receiver. Performance Characteristics of an IP Network. Measuring IP Network Performance.
RTP: Audio and Video for the Internet
Effects of Network Technologies. Conclusions about Measured Characteristics. Effects of Transport Protocols. The Real-Time Transport Protocol.
Standard Elements of RTP. Call Setup and Control. Media Capture, Playout, And Timing. Behavior of a Sender. Media Capture and Compression.
Audio Capture and Compression. Video Capture and Compression. Use of Prerecorded Content. Behavior of a Receiver. Adapting the Playout Point. Playout Adaptation for Audio with Silence Suppression. Playout Adaptation for Audio without Silence Suppression.
Playout Adaptation for Video.
Decoding, Mixing, and Playout. Techniques for Audio Loss Concealment. Other Techniques for Repairing Speech Signals. Techniques for Video Loss Concealment. Other Techniques for Repairing Video. The Need for Congestion Control. Congestion Control on the Internet. Congestion Control for Multimedia. Patterns, Robustness, and Local Implementation.
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Effects of Packet Loss. Considerations for RTP Applications.
The Motivation for Multiplexing. Other Approaches to Multiplexing. Confidentiality Using IP Security.
Authentication Using IP Security. Conference and Journal Papers. About Colin Perkins Colin Perkins is a research assistant professor at the University of Southern California Information Sciences Institute, where his research interests include scaling Internet multimedia pefkins to support very large distributed meetings and to very high quality.
From tohe was a research fellow with the Department of Computer Science, University College, London, where he conducted research into advanced VoIP and IP-based videoconferencing technologies, and developed one of the earliest RTP teleconferencing implementations. He holds a Ph. Book ratings by Goodreads. Goodreads is the world’s largest site for readers with over 50 million reviews.
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