8 February 2011 Towards a multimedia remote viewer for mobile thin clients
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Be there a traditional mobile user wanting to connect to a remote multimedia server. In order to allow them to enjoy the same user experience remotely (play, interact, edit, store and share capabilities) as in a traditional fixed LAN environment, several dead-locks are to be dealt with: (1) a heavy and heterogeneous content should be sent through a bandwidth constrained network; (2) the displayed content should be of good quality; (3) user interaction should be processed in real-time and (4) the complexity of the practical solution should not exceed the features of the mobile client in terms of CPU, memory and battery. The present paper takes this challenge and presents a fully operational MPEG-4 BiFS solution.
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B. Joveski, B. Joveski, P. Simoens, P. Simoens, L. Gardenghi, L. Gardenghi, J. Marshall, J. Marshall, M. Mitrea, M. Mitrea, B. Vankeirsbilck, B. Vankeirsbilck, F. Prêteux, F. Prêteux, B. Dhoed, B. Dhoed, } "Towards a multimedia remote viewer for mobile thin clients", Proc. SPIE 7881, Multimedia on Mobile Devices 2011; and Multimedia Content Access: Algorithms and Systems V, 788102 (8 February 2011); doi: 10.1117/12.876279; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.876279


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