30 July 2002 XML-based MPEG-4 Video Representation, Streaming and Error Resilience
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A new XML-based MPEG-4 coding system for video streaming is proposed in this research. The XML technology is applied to MPEG-4 coded video contents to provide more flexibility for video manipulation. To be more specific, for every compressed video file, we generate the corresponding XML document that works as an indexing file as well as a streaming facilitator. This XML-based MPEG-4 coded bitstream can be transmitted over the high level HTTP protocol or the low level IP or RTP protocol. In this work, we will examine the design of this XML-based streaming system, including the overhead of the XML document, its transmission, the processing requirement, and error resilience, etc. Experimental results will be provided to compare the performances of the traditional MPEG-4 streaming solution and the proposed XML-based solution.
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Xiaoming Sun, Xiaoming Sun, Zhi Shi, Zhi Shi, C.-C. Jay Kuo, C.-C. Jay Kuo, } "XML-based MPEG-4 Video Representation, Streaming and Error Resilience", Proc. SPIE 4736, Visual Information Processing XI, (30 July 2002); doi: 10.1117/12.477574; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.477574


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