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A DAVIC-based video-on-demand system over IP networks

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3 Author(s)
Poon, S.M. ; JVC Asia Labs., Singapore ; Lee, B.S. ; Yeo, C.K.

The pervasiveness of the Internet, the continuous increase in the desktop computing power coupled with the availability of relatively inexpensive MPEG-2 codecs have brought MPEG-2 based, high quality video communication close to the desktop computers. This paper examines the problem of synchronising the server and the receiver clocks in the transmission of MPEG-2 encoded audio and video streams over a jitter-induced network, and proposes a new scheme using a buffer-based request/reply model to provide a high quality audio-video playback with optimised network utilisation. This scheme has been adopted as a jitter concealment tool under DAVIC 1.5 baseline document 15z07r40

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Consumer Electronics, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:46 ,  Issue: 1 )