RTP: Audio and Video for the Internet

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Addison-Wesley Professional, 2003 - Computers - 414 pages
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Implement RTP to bring high-quality audio and video to your VoIP and videoconference systems.

-- Provides the knowledge needed to build VoIP and videoconferencing systems that sound and look good.

-- Saves readers time by providing a comprehensive guide to RTP -- information that is not found in any other single source.

-- Discusses implementation techniques and evaluates the network problems typically encountered when implementing RTP.

After introducing readers to RTP, its function, and its relationship to other protocols, Colin explains more complex topics such as lip synch, error concealment and correction, quality of service, and security. Throughout the book, the author details implementation techniques and potential pitfalls that readers can apply and anticipate in their own systems.

  

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About the author (2003)

Colin Perkins is a research assistant professor at the University of Southern California Information Sciences Institute, where his research interests include scaling Internet multimedia conferencing to support very large distributed meetings and to very high quality. From 1996 to 2000, he 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 is co-chair of the Audio/Video Transport and Multiparty Multimedia Session Control working groups of the IETF, and has authored several RFC standards relating to RTP. He holds a Ph.D. in electronic engineering from the University of York.



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