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RTSP

RTSP

(RealTime Streaming Protocol) An application layer protocol used to transmit streaming audio, video and 3D animation over the Internet. It enables the user's client software to provide remote control of the server with functions such as pause, rewind and fast forward. RTSP was developed by Netscape and Progressive Networks and is widely used in conjunction with the RTP transport protocol. See RTP and streaming protocols.
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RTSP (Rao, Lanphier, Stiemerling, Schulzrinne, & Westerlund, 2011) is a connectionless data flow protocol in real time used to define how information is sent between client and server, enabling the delivery of previously stored or live media content to be initiated and controlled.
Similar to HTTP (hypertext transfer protocol): when possible, RTSP reuses HTTP concepts.
To summarize their response, they said RTSP and other non-HTTP protocols weren't being requested at all, but RTMP was still a valid industry solution.
Until now, each vendor of Internet multimedia systems had a different approach, which has led to confusion among developers and end users, RTSP offers a strong framework for streaming-media applications and integrates well with advanced protocols that the Internet is moving to," said Jerry Michalski, managing editor of Release 1.
Currently there are millions of RealAudio users, listening to hundreds of thousand of hours of streaming RealAudio a week, but once you have a standard that allows for interoperability, like RTSP, the development of real-time multimedia on the Web will explode.
Povzetek: Clanek predstavi posredniski streznik za televizijo IP, ki uporablja standard RTSP.
The specification also makes it clear that the UE uses RTSP commands to communicate with the MCF for the purpose of media control.
One reason for this is because RTSP delivery requires less bandwidth to send down the same video file, and another reason is the way the two handle lost packets.
IMMS is a service delivery system that supports both circuit-based and packet-based mobile video networks, supports both RTSP streaming and interactive RTP services, and delivers interoperability between various mobile access technologies, codecs and file formats.
tipMotion supports a wide range of streams for various types feature phones and smartphones, leveraging both HTTP and RTSP streaming protocols.
As the first vendor to deliver a comprehensive application delivery controller (ADC) solution for multimedia services and IMS infrastructure, F5's BIG-IP product performs application-layer switching for SIP, RTSP, and SCTP to provide scalability and high availability.
Convergin's Accolade WCS will demonstrate the delivery of advanced SIP services, based on BEA's WebLogic SIP Server (WLSS) to GSM mobile phones, and Video On Demand (VoD) services from an RTSP based IPTV headend server.