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	Title		: RTP Archiving, Delivery, and Playback (RADPLAY) 
                          Extensions for SDP
	Author(s)	: R. Lanphier
	Filename	: draft-lanphier-radplay-00.txt
	Pages		: 10
	Date		: 15-Feb-02
This document defines RTP Archiving, Delivery, and Playback  
(RADPLAY) extensions for the Session Description Protocol    
(SDP, [RFC 2327]).  These extensions provide a standard means
of archiving and delivering RTP streams via HTTP, using SDP  
and the commonly used 'rtpdump' file format.  As a result of 
its design, it also provides a way of delivering generic RTP 
streams over HTTP, thus making it a suitable replacement for 
approaches which rely on network-unfriendly mechanisms such  
as 'HTTP tunneling'.

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