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Impact of CPU load on video conferencing quality

Abstract : Video conferencing is a well-established area of communications, which have been studied for decades. Recently this area has received a new impulse due to significantly increased bandwidth of Local and Wide area networks and appearance of low-priced video equipment. At the same time, high quality video images such as Full HD may require significant computational resources for their processing. Video processing for conferencing encompasses all manipulations necessary to get advanced user experience (mixing together several video streams or switch the image to the currently speaking participant) as well as operations caused by the incompatibility of endpoints, e.g. trans-coding in the case when participants use different video codecs.
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Roman Sorokin, Jean-Louis Rougier, Pastrana-Vidal Ricardo, Tranquart Nicolas. Impact of CPU load on video conferencing quality. Principles, Systems and Applications of IP Telecommunications (IPTComm), Sep 2017, Chicago, IL, United States. ⟨10.1109/IPTCOMM.2017.8169753⟩. ⟨hal-02287779⟩



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