Fully
Interoperable
Streaming
of
Media

     Resources
in
Heterogeneous
Environments


                                   ...
Outline

•  MoAvaAon
and
IntroducAon

•  List
of
Technologies
/
MXM
Engines


•  Architecture
and
Dataflow


•  Demo
Video
...
MoAvaAon
and
IntroducAon

•  SAll
an
issue!

      –  Streaming
of
mulAmedia
(i.e.,
audio‐visual)
content
over

         h...
List
of
Technologies
/
MXM
Engines

•  MPEG
Query
Format
(MPQF)

      –  Querying
a
list
of
available
Digital
Items

    ...
Architecture
and
Dataflow





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Timmerer,
Klagenfurt
University,
Austria
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Demo
Video





2009/07/01
   ChrisAan
Timmerer,
Klagenfurt
University,
Austria
   6

Conclusions

•  Framework
for
adapAve
streaming
of
(scalable)
media

   resources
according
to
dynamically
varying
usage

...
References

•    C.
Timmerer,
M.
Eberhard,
I.
Kofler,
R.
Kuschnig,
M.
Ransburg,
M.
Sablatschan,
and

     H.
Hellwagner,
“O...
Thank
you
for
your
a=enAon



              ...
quesAons,
comments,
etc.
are
welcome
…





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Fully Interoperable Streaming of Media Resources in Heterogeneous Environments

  1. 1. Fully
Interoperable
Streaming
of
Media
 Resources
in
Heterogeneous
Environments

 m16695
 Michael
Eberhard,
Chris0an
Timmerer,
and
Hermann
Hellwagner

 Klagenfurt
University
(UNIKLU)

Faculty
of
Technical
Sciences
(TEWI)
 Department
of
Informa0on
Technology
(ITEC)

Mul0media
Communica0on
(MMC)
 h=p://research.Ammerer.com

h=p://blog.Ammerer.com

mailto:chrisAan.Ammerer@itec.uni‐klu.ac.at
 Acknowledgement:
This
work
is
supported
in
part
by
the
European
Commission
in
the
 context
of
the
P2P‐Next
project
(FP7‐ICT‐216217).
Further
informaAon
is
available
at
 h=p://www.p2p‐next.org/.


  2. 2. Outline
 •  MoAvaAon
and
IntroducAon
 •  List
of
Technologies
/
MXM
Engines
 •  Architecture
and
Dataflow
 •  Demo
Video
 •  Conclusions
/
References
 2009/07/01
 ChrisAan
Timmerer,
Klagenfurt
University,
Austria
 2

  3. 3. MoAvaAon
and
IntroducAon
 •  SAll
an
issue!
 –  Streaming
of
mulAmedia
(i.e.,
audio‐visual)
content
over
 heterogeneous,
best‐effort
networks
 –  Quality
of
Service,
Universal
MulAmedia
Access
 –  Mismatch
between
content
and
context
 –  Interoperability
 •  Our
contribuAon
 –  Framework
for
adapAve
streaming
of
(scalable)
media
 resources
according
to
dynamically
varying
usage
 environment
condiAons
 –  Fully
interoperable
thanks
to
MPEG,
IETF,
and
W3C
 –  Open
source
and
accessible
through
the
MPEG
Extensible
 Middleware
(MXM):
h=p://mxm.wg11.sc29.org/
 2009/07/01
 ChrisAan
Timmerer,
Klagenfurt
University,
Austria
 3

  4. 4. List
of
Technologies
/
MXM
Engines
 •  MPEG
Query
Format
(MPQF)
 –  Querying
a
list
of
available
Digital
Items
 –  Response:
DID
incl.
dii:IdenAfier
and
mpeg7:Title

 •  MXM
Request
Content
 –  Request
Digital
Item
based
on
dii:IdenAfier
incl.
UED/UCD
 –  Response:
ACK
+
RTSP
URL
 •  MPEG‐21
Digital
Item
DeclaraAon
(DID)
 –  For
declaring
which
DIs
are
available
as
part
of
MPQF
response
 •  MPEG‐21
Digital
Item
AdaptaAon
(DIA)
 –  Usage
Environment
DescripAon
(UED):
terminal
&
network
properAes
 –  Universal
Constraints
DescripAon
(UCD):
limit
&
opAmizaAon
 constraints
 •  MXM
Media
Framework
Engine
–
VLC‐based
/
ffmpeg
 –  Media
resource
adaptaAon
 –  Media
streaming,
decoding,
and
control
 2009/07/01
 ChrisAan
Timmerer,
Klagenfurt
University,
Austria
 4

  5. 5. Architecture
and
Dataflow
 2009/07/01
 ChrisAan
Timmerer,
Klagenfurt
University,
Austria
 5

  6. 6. Demo
Video
 2009/07/01
 ChrisAan
Timmerer,
Klagenfurt
University,
Austria
 6

  7. 7. Conclusions
 •  Framework
for
adapAve
streaming
of
(scalable)
media
 resources
according
to
dynamically
varying
usage
 environment
condiAons
 •  Fully
interoperable
thanks
to
MPEG,
IETF,
and
W3C
 standards
 •  Open
source
and
accessible
through
the
MPEG
Extensible
 Middleware
(MXM):
h=p://mxm.wg11.sc29.org/
 •  Some
issues
idenAfied
/
lessons
learned
 –  RTSP/RTP:
mainly
deployed
in
closed
systems
and
condiAonally
 suitable
for
the
open
Internet
➙TCP/80
 –  Peer‐to‐peer
for
mulAmedia
streaming
is
an
open
field
 ➙opportuniAes
for
standardizaAon
bodies
 –  IntegraAon
across
mulAple
standardizaAon
bodies
➙MAFs

 2009/07/01
 ChrisAan
Timmerer,
Klagenfurt
University,
Austria
 7

  8. 8. References
 •  C.
Timmerer,
M.
Eberhard,
I.
Kofler,
R.
Kuschnig,
M.
Ransburg,
M.
Sablatschan,
and
 H.
Hellwagner,
“On
MPEG
Modern
Transport
over
Networks”,
ISO/IEC
JTC
1/SC
29/ WG
11/M16307,
88th
MPEG
MeeAng,
Ka’anapali,
USA,
April
20‐24,
2009.
 •  M.
Eberhard,
L.
Cele=o,
C.
Timmerer,
E.
Quacchio,
H.
Hellwagner,
and
F.
RovaA,
“An
 Interoperable
Streaming
Framework
for
Scalable
Video
Coding
based
on
 MPEG‐21 ,
Proceedings
of
the
5th
IET
Visual
InformaAon
Engineering
Conference
 Conference
(VIE’08),
Xi’an,
China,
July
2008.
 •  M.
Eberhard,
L.
Cele=o,
C.
Timmerer,
E.
Quacchio,
H.
Hellwagner,
and
F.
RovaA,
“An
 Interoperable
MulAmedia
Delivery
Framework
for
Scalable
Video
Coding
based
on
 MPEG‐21
Digital
Item
AdaptaAon”,
Proceedings
of
the
IEEE
InternaAonal
 Conference
on
MulAmedia
and
Expo
2008
(ICME’08),
Hannover,
Germany,
June
 2008.
 •  M.
Eberhard,
L.
Cele=o,
C.
Timmerer,
E.
Quacchio,
and
H.
Hellwagner:
 “Performance
Analysis
of
Scalable
Video
AdaptaAon:
Generic
versus
Specific
 Approach”,
Proc.
of
the
9th
InternaAonal
Workshop
on
Image
Analysis
for
 MulAmedia
InteracAve
Services
(WIAMIS
2008),
Klagenfurt,
Austria,
May
2008.
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 ChrisAan
Timmerer,
Klagenfurt
University,
Austria
 8

  9. 9. Thank
you
for
your
a=enAon
 ...
quesAons,
comments,
etc.
are
welcome
…
 
Ass.‐Prof.
Dipl.‐Ing.
Dr.
ChrisAan
Timmerer
 Klagenfurt
University,
Department
of
InformaAon
Technology
(ITEC)
 Universitätsstrasse
65‐67,
A‐9020
Klagenfurt,
AUSTRIA
 chrisAan.Ammerer@itec.uni‐klu.ac.at
 h=p://research.Ammerer.com/
 Tel:
+43/463/2700
3621
Fax:
+43/463/2700
3699
 ©
Copyright:
Chris.an
Timmerer
 2009/07/01
 ChrisAan
Timmerer,
Klagenfurt
University,
Austria
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