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A Media Synchronization Mechanism for Live Media and Its Measured Performance

By Yutaka Ishibashi, Shuji Tasaka, ユタカ イシバシ, シュウジ タサカ, 豊 石橋 and 修二 田坂

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This paper proposes a media synchronization mechanism for live media streams. The mechanism can also handle stored media streams by changing parameter values. The authors have implemented the mechanism on a lip-synch experimental system. Live video and voice streams input at a source workstation are transferred, and then they are synchronized and output at a destination workstation. This paper also evaluates the system performance such as mean square error of synchronization, average output rate, and average delay

Publisher: Institute of Electronics, Information and Communication Engineers
Year: 1998
OAI identifier: oai:repo.lib.nitech.ac.jp:123456789/7183
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