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A Generic Scheme for the Recording of Interactive Media Streams

Author(s): Volker Hilt, Martin Mauve, Christoph Kuhmünch, Wolfgang Effelsberg.
Title: A Generic Scheme for the Recording of Interactive Media Streams
Published: Proc. International Workshop on Interactive Distributed Multimedia Systems and Telecommunication Services 1999 (IDMS'99), pp. 291-304, Toulouse, France, 1999
Abstract: Interactive media streams with real-time characteristics, such as thoseproduced by shared whiteboards, distributed Java applets or shared VRML view-ers,are rapidly gaining importance. Current solutions to the recording of interac-tivemedia streams are limited to one specific application (e.g. one specificshared whiteboard). In this paper we present a generic recording service thatenables the recording and playback of this new class of media. To facilitate thegeneric recording we have defined a profile for the Real-Time Transport Proto-col(RTP) that covers common aspects of the interactive media class in analogyto the profile for audio and video. Based on this profile we introduce a general-izedrecording service that enables the recording and playback of arbitrary inter-activemedia.
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