video buffer


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video buffer

A reserved section of memory for incoming video frames. A video buffer is used to maintain smooth, continuous viewing when the content is coming from a network. See buffering and adaptive streaming.
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Therefore, the client unnecessarily downloaded enhancement layers that were not cached, thereby draining the video buffer close to zero.
0 for Windows features a live video buffer built into the software, allowing the viewer to pause and rewind a live video stream for easy navigation within a program, and avoiding potential conflicts with home viewers.
0 will include a program guide of channel listings and a local video buffer that gives customers DVR-like controls.
V-Factor capabilities include taking into account network impairments such as delay variation and packet loss episodes that impact the video buffer used to restitute a video image.
V-Factor can account for network impairments, such as delay variation and packet loss episodes impacting the video buffer used to restitute a video image.
V-Factor not only can actually account for network impairments such as delay variation and packet loss episodes that impact the video buffer used to restitute a video image but also can account for video impairments coming from the source.
V-Factor, which also includes audio performance assurance, takes into account network impairments such as delay variation and packet loss episodes that impact the video buffer used to restitute a video image as well as image complexity and the type of codec used.