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Title : RTP Payload Format for Payload Meta-Information
Author(s) : D. Serenyi, C. LeCroy
Filename : draft-serenyi-avt-rtp-meta-00.txt
Date : 21-Nov-00
This memo describes the RTP payload format for payload meta-
information. A RTP-Meta-Info packet is a collection of individual
fields. Each field has its own format: the format of some fields are
documented here, other fields may be defined and documented elsewhere.
This memo also specifies methods within SDP (Session Description
Protocol) and RTSP (Real-time Streaming Protocol) for negotiating the
contents of an RTP-Meta-Info stream.
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