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I-D ACTION:draft-ietf-avt-mwpp-midi-rtp-05.txt

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	Title		: The MIDI Wire Protocol Packetization (MWPP)
	Author(s)	: J. Lazzaro, J. Wawrzynek
	Filename	: draft-ietf-avt-mwpp-midi-rtp-05.txt
	Pages		: 94
	Date		: 2002-9-23
The MIDI Wire Protocol Packetization (MWPP) is a general-purpose
RTP packetization for the MIDI command language. MWPP is suitable
for use in both interactive applications (such as the remote
operation of musical instruments) and content-delivery applications
(such as MIDI file streaming). MWPP is suitable for use over
unicast and multicast UDP, and defines tools that support the
graceful recovery from packet loss. MWPP may also be used over
reliable transport such as TCP. The SDP parameters defined for MWPP
support the customization of stream behavior (including the MIDI
rendering method) during session setup. MWPP is compatible with the
MPEG-4 generic RTP payload format, to support the MPEG 4 Audio
object types for General MIDI, DLS2, and Structured Audio.

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