50 Shades of Streaming with DASH

Presentation | April 23 | 1-2 p.m. | 405 Soda Hall

 Ali C. Begen, Ozyegin University, Turkey

 RISELab

HTTP adaptive streaming (HAS) has become the technology of choice for delivering video content over the Internet. We first show that when multiple HAS clients share a network bottleneck, bad things happen. To address the problems, we present a number of solution approaches. Second, we discuss the ways to achieve consistent-quality streaming. Third, we look into some of the recent developments in DASH and CMAF standards. Throughout the talk, we describe a number of open research issues and discuss future directions in this space.HTTP adaptive streaming (HAS) has become the technology of choice for delivering video content over the Internet. We first show that when multiple HAS clients share a network bottleneck, bad things happen. To address the problems, we present a number of solution approaches. Second, we discuss the ways to achieve consistent-quality streaming. Third, we look into some of the recent developments in DASH and CMAF standards. Throughout the talk, we describe a number of open research issues and discuss future directions in this space.

 Piedmont, CA 94611, bzar@berkeley.edu, 510-643-0264