[Standards] Coping with low bandwidth channels in Jingle

Lauri Kaila lauri.kaila at gmail.com
Wed Feb 13 23:18:59 UTC 2008

2008/2/13, Paul Witty <paulrw at codian.com>:

> RTCP is not sufficient, as generally a client will want to request a new
> keyframe when the video decoder needs it, rather than when the client at
> the other end thinks, based on regular RTCP messages, that a keyframe
> may be required.  Fast update requests are the way things are done in
> the H.323 and SIP worlds, and generally more supported than RTCP.  From
> a quick read of RFC 3550, the use of RTCP is intended more towards
> network-level rather than video-level error reporting.

Maybe RTCP APP (application defined) messages could be used there. It
would be faster than over XMPP.


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