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    • 1. APAN / QuestNET 2004 Cairns Uncompressed HD Video / ip
    • 2.
      • Jim DeRoest
      • Director, Streaming Media
      • Michael Wellings
      • Director, Engineering
      • University of Washington / ResearchChannel
      ResearchChannel
    • 3. Participants
      • CENIC
      • Duke University
      • George Mason University
      • IBM Corporation
      • Georgia Institute of Technology
      • Johns Hopkins University
      • Johnson & Johnson
      • Massachusetts Institute of Technology
      • National Academy of Engineering
      • National Academy of Sciences
      • National Institutes of Health
      • National Institute of Standards and Technology
      • National Science and Technology Medals Foundation
      • National Sea Grant College Program
      • National University of Singapore
      • Pacific Northwest Gigapop
      • Oregon State University
      • R1edu.org
      • Rice University
      • Rutgers University
      • Sony Electronics, Inc.
      • Texas A&M University
      Tufts University Universidad de Puerto Rico Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya University of Alaska - Fairbanks University of Chicago University of Colorado University of Hawaii University of Houston University of Maryland University of North Carolina University of Pennsylvania University of Southern California University of Texas - Austin University of Virginia University of Washington University of Wisconsin - Madison University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee Virginia Tech Yale University Vulcan Northwest, Inc. Wisconsin Public Television Microsoft
    • 4. Current Number of Viewers
      • 9.0 million - Dish Network
      • 9.1 million - Individual cable systems
      • 18.1 million - Total
    • 5. Hours of Media Viewed per Month Combined Webcast and Video On Demand Programs Hours
    • 6. Video Library Growth
      • 270 New Programs per year
      Average 23 Premieres Each Month Program Archive Cumulative Total 259 381 482 593 651 763 891 971 1048 1158 1255 61 Programs
    • 7. DigitalWell
      • Media Asset Management System
      • Isolon spinning disk cache
      • StorageTek Back-end
      • PubCookie authentication
      • Will be published and made available
      • www.digitalwell.org
    • 8. Multicast: Experimentation in high quality distribution
      • DVTS 233.0.73.25
      • 5.1 Streaming Audio – KEXP-FM
      • Harmonic – Divicom
        • videoLAN client 3 Mbps @ 233.0.73.29
    • 9. Delivering Reality: iHDTV
      • HD/IP >220 Mbps
        • www.ResearchChannel.org/dvd03
      • Desktop HD delivery
        • MPEG2@19.2 Mbps
        • WM9HD@8 Mbps
    • 10. Big Video WorkingGroup: First steps in high quality low latency interactive experiences
      • SDI/IP – contribution feed quality
      • DV/IP
      • Plasma screen resolution/IP
      • HDSDI/IP
      • HDCam/IP
    • 11. BIG Video: DVTS - DV over the Internet
      • DV @ 30 Mbps
      • IEEE1394 (firewire)
      • DVTS
        • Software from The WIDE Project
        • Hardware from Fujitsu Research
      • DVTS Projects
        • International cultural events
        • Virtual Briefings
        • Video Conferencing, AG-like experiences
    • 12. DV - Digital Video
      • Digital Video, put simply, is video that has been digitally sampled
      • Digital Video comes in many formats and data rates:
        • CCIR 601/SDI@ 270-360 Mbps @ 4:2:2
        • Digital composite @ 95-135mbps
        • MPEG2 4:2:2P @ up to 100Mbps
        • High Definition – SMPTE 292M, ATSC rates, and MPEG2MP@HL 13-100Mbps
        • Streaming Video: Real, WM, Quicktime/Darwin/Sorensen, etc.
    • 13. DVTS
      • Runs on FreeBSD, OSX, WinXP, Linux
      • Requires a IEEE 1394 interface
      • Requires DV source
      • WinXP client permits desktop rendering of DV stream
      Software from the WIDE project http://www.sfc.wide.ad.jp/DVTS
    • 14. DVTS Projects
      • Streaming applications
        • Virtual Briefings, Member Meeting, Cultural events
          • http://people.internet2.edu/%7Ebdr/CometDVIP
          • http://apps.internet2.edu/dvip.html
          • http://events.internet2.edu/briefings/dvts.html
      • Video Conference
        • Testing with UPenn, IU, Korea, UW
        • AG integration (AArnet, GrangeNet, Internet2)
        • CometDVIP “MCU”, Desktop integration
    • 15. iHDTV to the Desktop
      • Capture & Encode Architecture
        • Tiernan TR1 encoder
        • HD Capture
          • Apple Dual G5
          • AJA Kona SD/HD capture board
          • Local RAID
        • HD Software Encoders
          • Heuris MPEG2 HD
          • Apple QuickTime HD with H.264
          • Windows Media 9 HD
          • REALVideo 10 HD
    • 16. iHDTV to the Desktop
      • Lower Bit Rate (3-8mbps)
      • WindowsMedia9
        • Adobe Premiere and/or MS WM9 Encoder
        • Multichannel Audio: 5.1, 7.1
        • 1080 Interlace format issues
      • MPEG4
        • Advanced Simple Profile – licensing issues
      • Real Networks
        • RealVideo SDK – limited experience
    • 17. iHDTV to the Desktop
      • 19.2mbps MPEG2 MP@HL
        • Servers:
          • VideoLAN - VoD Development
          • IBM VideoCharger V8.2 -
        • Software only Clients:
        • VideoCharger, Videolan
        • Elecard, Intervideo, Cinepak, MainConcept
        • Hardware assist Client:
          • Directshow Shim to DTV Card: WinTV-HD, HiPix, MyHD
          • Desktop or External Display – Plasma, LCD, Projecto
    • 18. Uncompressed HD video / IP
      • 1.5 Gbps transfer
      • Dual 2.4GHz Xeon Intel PCI-X PCs
      • PCI-X 10Gige NICs unavailable at build time
      • Data traffic split between 2 Gige NICs
      • AJA Xena HD output card SMPTE 292M
      • Clips captured from HDCam source
    • 19. Uncompressed HD Video / IP
      • Video Stored on 6 - 112GB SATA drives in RAID 3 format
      • Low data rate between Canberra and Cairns resulted in local network demo
      • Low latency predicted for “live” feeds
    • 20. Media delivery over IP futures
      • CPB Evolving the Links Project http://evolvinglinks.uwex.edu/
      • IP Delivery of Content to ResearchChannel
      • Video delivery to PDAs
      • Archive Library of Congress
      • NASA space station video capture using DVTS
    • 21. Media delivery over IP futures
      • Migration of slow Commodity Internet to match Internet2 and NLR speeds
      • Next generation STB
      • Conversion of CATV systems to “mostly” fiber
      • All-ip delivery over cable
      • Datacasting via DTV stations
    • 22. Participation
      • ResearchChannel membership
        • www.researchchannel.org
      • DVTS software
        • http://www.dvts.jp/en/
      • bigvideo@internet2.edu project
        • [email_address]
        • [email_address]
    • 23. Video Clips
      • HD 1080i MPEG2
      • HD 720p MPEG2 HDV format
      • WM9HD
    • 24. www.researchchannel.org Michael Wellings <wellings@cac.washington.edu> Jim DeRoest <deroest@cac.washington.edu >

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