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Dynamic encoder profile optimisation for real-time video streaming applications

(2016) ELECTRONICS LETTERS. 52(13). p.1116-1117
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For a real-time video application such as a remote learning session, the main difficulty is to keep the latency low while providing a video stream to viewers with different devices over a variety of bandwidth restricted networks. This Letter proposes an optimisation to dynamically select a subset of predefined different video representations, such that with a limited number of encoders, the largest possible group of viewers receives a decodable video stream at a low latency. This optimisation outperforms the static encoder approach by achieving a fairness of 98.2% with an average client bandwidth utilisation of 84.1% to provide higher quality video.

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De Praeter, Johan, Hannes Swimberghe, Gauther Renard, Glenn Van Wallendael, and Peter Lambert. 2016. “Dynamic Encoder Profile Optimisation for Real-time Video Streaming Applications.” Electronics Letters 52 (13): 1116–1117.
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De Praeter, J., Swimberghe, H., Renard, G., Van Wallendael, G., & Lambert, P. (2016). Dynamic encoder profile optimisation for real-time video streaming applications. ELECTRONICS LETTERS, 52(13), 1116–1117.
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De Praeter J, Swimberghe H, Renard G, Van Wallendael G, Lambert P. Dynamic encoder profile optimisation for real-time video streaming applications. ELECTRONICS LETTERS. HERTFORD: INST ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY-IET; 2016;52(13):1116–7.
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De Praeter, Johan, Hannes Swimberghe, Gauther Renard, et al. “Dynamic Encoder Profile Optimisation for Real-time Video Streaming Applications.” ELECTRONICS LETTERS 52.13 (2016): 1116–1117. Print.
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  abstract     = {For a real-time video application such as a remote learning session, the main difficulty is to keep the latency low while providing a video stream to viewers with different devices over a variety of bandwidth restricted networks. This Letter proposes an optimisation to dynamically select a subset of predefined different video representations, such that with a limited number of encoders, the largest possible group of viewers receives a decodable video stream at a low latency. This optimisation outperforms the static encoder approach by achieving a fairness of 98.2\% with an average client bandwidth utilisation of 84.1\% to provide higher quality video.},
  author       = {De Praeter, Johan and Swimberghe, Hannes and Renard, Gauther and Van Wallendael, Glenn and Lambert, Peter},
  issn         = {0013-5194},
  journal      = {ELECTRONICS LETTERS},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {13},
  pages        = {1116--1117},
  publisher    = {INST ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY-IET},
  title        = {Dynamic encoder profile optimisation for real-time video streaming applications},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1049/el.2016.0201},
  volume       = {52},
  year         = {2016},
}

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