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Title : Audiovisual Transport with Precision Timing
Author(s) : C. Harrison
Filename : draft-harrison-avt-precision-av-00.txt
Pages : 10
Date : 26-Feb-01
This memo discusses methods for transporting audiovisual content
over the Internet while meeting professional-quality temporal
performance. This memo gives information about the timing
requirements and synchronization practices in professional
audiovisual production and exhibition. It is intended to initiate a
discussion which may result in new or modified IETF standards which
address the needs of this field.
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