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All feature casings put away ahead of time at server. Former information of all ... Intermediary stores beginning piece of mainstream feature streams. Intermediary begins fulfilling customer solicitation ...
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Video Streaming Ali Saman Tosun Computer Science Department

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Broadcast to True Media-on-Demand Broadcast (No-VoD) Traditional, no control Pay-per-view (PPV) Paid specific administration Near Video On Demand (N-VoD) Same media conveyed in standard time interims Simulated forward/in reverse True Video On Demand (T-VoD) Full control for the presentation, VCR capacities Bi-directional association

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Streaming Stored Video Streaming media put away at source transmitted to customer gushing: customer playout starts before all information has arrived timing limitation for still-to-be transmitted information: in time for playout

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customer video gathering consistent piece rate video playout at customer variable system delay cushioned video customer playout delay Streaming Video Client-side buffering, playout delay make up for system included deferral, delay jitter steady piece rate video transmission Cumulative information time

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Smoothing Stored Video For prerecorded video streams: All video outlines put away ahead of time at server Prior learning of all casing sizes ( f i , i=1,2,..,n) Prior information of customer cradle size ( b ) workahead transmission into customer support 2 1 b bytes n Client Server

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Smoothing Constraints Given edge sizes { f i } and cradle size b Buffer sub-current requirement (L k = f 1 + f 2 + … + f k ) Buffer flood imperative (U k = min(L k + b, L n )) Find a calendar S k between the imperatives Algorithm minimizes pinnacle and variability U number of bytes rate changes S L time (in edges)

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Proxy-based Video Distribution Server Proxy adjusts video Proxy reserves video Proxy Client

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Proxy Operations Drop outlines Drop B,P outlines if insufficient transfer speed Quality Adaptation Transcoding Change quantization esteem Most of current frameworks don\'t bolster Video organizing, storing, fixing Staging : store halfway edges in intermediary Prefix storing : store initial couple of minutes of film Patching : different clients use same video

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Online Smoothing Source or intermediary can postpone the stream by w time units: Larger window w decreases burstiness, yet… Larger support at the source/intermediary Larger preparing burden to process plan Larger playback delay at the customer stream with postponement w spilling video b bytes Client Source/Proxy

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intermediary customer An i S i D i-w b Online Smoothing Model Arrival of An i bits to intermediary by time i in edges Smoothing cushion of B bits at intermediary Smoothing window (playout deferral) of w edges Playout of D i-w bits by customer by time i Playout cushion of b bits at customer Transmission of S i bits as a substitute by time i

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Online Smoothing Must send enough to dodge undercurrent at customer S i should be at any rate D i-w Cannot send more than the customer can store S i should be at most D i-w + b Cannot send more than the information that has arrived S i should be at most An i Must send enough to evade flood at intermediary S i should be no less than An i - B max{D i-w , An i - B} <= S i <= min{D i-w + b, An i }

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Online Smoothing Constraints Source/intermediary has w outlines in front of current time t: don\'t have the foggiest idea about the future number of bytes U L ? time (in casings) t t+w-1 Modified smoothing limitations as more edges arrive...

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Smoothing Star Wars GOP midpoints 30-second window 2-second window MPEG-1 Star Wars,12-outline gathering of-pictures Max outline 23160 bytes, mean edge 1950 bytes Client support b=512 kbytes

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Prefix Caching to Avoid Start-Up Delay Avoid start-up deferral for prerecorded streams Proxy reserves beginning some portion of prominent video streams Proxy begins fulfilling customer ask for all the more rapidly Proxy asks for rest of the stream from server smooth over substantial window immediately Use prefix storing to cover up other Internet delays TCP association from program to server TCP association from player to server Dejitter cradle at the customer to endure jitter Retransmission of lost bundles apply to "point-and-snap" Web video streams

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Changes to Smoothing Model Separate parameter s for customer start-up postponement Prefix reserve stores the main w-s outlines Arrival vector An i incorporates stored outlines Prefix cushion does not vacant after transmission Send whole prefix before flood of b s Frame sizes might be known ahead of time (reserved) An i b S i D i-s b c b p

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Enhancement layer Best conceivable quality at conceivable sending rate Quality Base layer Sending rate Scalable coding Typically utilized as Layered coding A base layer Provides fundamental quality Must dependably be exchanged One or more upgrade layers Improve quality Transferred if conceivable

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Temporal Scalability Frames can be dropped In a controlled way Frame dropping does not damage dependancies Low pick up case: B-outline dropping in MPEG-1

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73 72 61 75 83 - 1 2 - 12 10 Spatial Scalability Base layer Downsample the first picture Send like a lower determination form Enhancement layer Subtract base layer pixels from all pixels Send like an ordinary determination adaptation If upgrade layer touches base at customer Decode both layers Add layers Base layer Less information to code Enhancement layer Better pressure because of low values

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SNR Scalability SNR – sign to-clamor proportion Idea Base layer Is frequently DCT encoded A considerable measure of information is expelled utilizing quantization Enhancement layer is routinely DCT encoded Run Inverse DCT on quantized base layer Subtract from unique DCT encode the outcome If improvement layer lands at customer Add base and upgrade layer before running Inverse DCT

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Multiple Description Coding Idea Encode information in two streams Each stream has satisfactory quality Both streams consolidated have great quality The excess between both streams is low Problem The same applicable data must exist in both streams Old issue: began for sound coding in communication Currently an intriguing issue

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Delivery Systems Developments Several Programs or Timelines Network Saving system assets: Stream planning

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Patching Server asset streamlining is conceivable Central server Join ! Unicast patch stream multicast cyclic support first customer second customer

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Proxy Prefix Caching Central server Split motion picture Prefix Suffix Operation Store prefix in prefix reserve Coordination important! On interest Deliver prefix instantly Prefetch addition from focal server Goal Reduce startup inertness Hide transfer speed restrictions, delay and/or jitter in spine Reduce load in spine Unicast Prefix store Unicast Client

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S 33 S 34 S 32 S 11 S 31 S 11 S 12 S 12 S 11 S 13 S 21 S 22 Video cut 1 Video cut 1 Video cut 1 Video cut 3 Video cut 2 I 12 I 11 I 21 I 33 I 32 I 31 Interval Caching (IC) reserves information between solicitations taking after solicitations are in this way served from the store sort interims on length I 32 I 33 I 12 I 31 I 11 I 21

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Receiver-driven Layered Multicast (RLM) Requires IP multicast layered video codec (ideally exponential thickness) Operation Each video layer is one IP multicast bunch Receivers join the base layer and augmentation layers If they encounter misfortune, they drop layers (leave IP multicast gatherings) To include layers, they perform "join tests" Advantages Receiver-just choice Congestion influences just sub-tree quality Multicast trees are pruned, sub-trees have just essential movement

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Receiver-driven Layered Multicast (RLM)

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