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This paper assesses QoE and application-level QoS of Multi-View Video and Audio (MVV-A) transmission over IP networks. We focus on the effects of camera arrangements and contents on QoE/QoS. We employ two types of application-level QoS parameter: user's behavior and output quality. For QoE assessment, we apply the Semantic Differential (SD) method and perform subjective experiment with two camera arrangements (linear and circular) and two contents (a dog doll and a train toy). As a result, we find that the circular arrangement achieves higher QoE than the linear one.