MPEG-DASH: A Tutorial

MPEG-DASH: A Tutorial

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This tutorial on the MPEG-Dash standard gives you greater insight and understanding by explaining the concepts, the design paradigm and the logic behind the standard. It gives the terms and parameters of adaptive streaming, including its features and functionalities, and shows how to find specific syntax and semantics in the specification. With this book you will learn: The four parts of the MPEG-Dash (23009-1, 23009-2, 23009-3 and 23009-4), the Common Encryption specification (23001-7) and the MPEG-DASH related amendments to ISO Base Media File Format (14496-12)What each part of MPEG-DASH covers, which functions are most important and how to use themThe MPEG-DASH syntax and semantic and how to quickly read and interpret the specifications, and how to use conformance softwareHow MPEG-DASH can be used for various Internet Streaming services and applicationsHow industry consortia are using MPEG-DASHHow to use the MPEG-DASH standard for the most common use-cases.
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Product details

  • Hardback | 100 pages
  • Academic Press Inc
  • San Diego, United States
  • English
  • Illustrated; Illustrations, unspecified
  • 0128010460
  • 9780128010464

Table of contents

1. Preface 2. Introduction to adaptive streaming 3. MPEG-DASH General Concept 4. Multimedia Presentation Description (MPD) (23009-1, MPEG-DASH Part 1) 5. MPEG-DASH Segment Formats (23009-1, MPEG-DASH Part 1) 6. MPEG-DASH Profiles (23009-1) 7. Content Protection with MPEG-DASH (23009-1 and 23001-7) 8. Secure Delivery with MPEG-DASH (23009-4, MPEG-DASH Part 4) 9. MPEG-DASH client architecture (23009-3, MPEG-DASH Part 3) 10. Content Publishing for MPEG-DASH (23009-3, MPEG-DASH Part 3) 11. MPEG-DASH Conformance Software (23009-2, MPEG-DASH Part 2) 12. MPEG-DASH and Consortia Appendix A: MPD examples Appendix B: List of MPEG-DASH sample clients and content on the web Appendix C: How to use open source MPEG-DASH client References
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