When HTTP/2 Rescues DASH: Video Frame Multiplexing

Mariem Ben Yahia 1 Yannick Le Louedec 1 Loutfi Nuaymi 2, 3 Gwendal Simon 2, 3
2 ADOPNET - Advanced technologies for operated networks
UR1 - Université de Rennes 1, IMT Atlantique - IMT Atlantique Bretagne-Pays de la Loire, IRISA-D2 - RÉSEAUX, TÉLÉCOMMUNICATION ET SERVICES
Abstract : HTTP Adaptive Streaming is a successful and largely adopted content delivery technology. Yet poor bandwidth prediction, notably in mobile networks, may cause bit-rate oscillations, increased segment delivery delays, video freezes, and may thus negatively impact the end user quality of experience. To address this issue, we propose to exploit the stream prioritization and termination features of the HTTP/2 protocol to achieve video frame filtering and scheduling, so as to maximize the amount of video data received on time by the client. We evaluate with optimal scheduling and filtering algorithms the maximum gain we may expect from such delivery schemes where video frames are carried in dedicated HTTP/2 streams. Evaluation shows that our HTTP/2-based video frame scheduling scheme brings benefits for video quality.
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Mariem Ben Yahia, Yannick Le Louedec, Loutfi Nuaymi, Gwendal Simon. When HTTP/2 Rescues DASH: Video Frame Multiplexing. INFOCOM 2017 : IEEE International Conference on Computer Communications, May 2017, Atlanta, United States. pp.677 - 682, ⟨10.1109/INFCOMW.2017.8116458⟩. ⟨hal-01656188⟩

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