Framework for Telepresence Multi-Streams
draft-ietf-clue-framework-22

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CLUE WG                                               M. Duckworth, Ed.
Internet Draft                                                  Polycom
Intended status: Standards Track                           A. Pepperell
Expires: October 13, 2015                                         Acano
                                                              S. Wenger
                                                                  Vidyo
                                                         April 13, 2015

                Framework for Telepresence Multi-Streams
                    draft-ietf-clue-framework-22.txt

Abstract

   This document defines a framework for a protocol to enable devices
   in a telepresence conference to interoperate.  The protocol enables
   communication of information about multiple media streams so a
   sending system and receiving system can make reasonable decisions
   about transmitting, selecting and rendering the media streams.
   This protocol is used in addition to SIP signaling and SDP
   negotiation for setting up a telepresence session.

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Table of Contents

   1. Introduction...................................................3
   2. Terminology....................................................4
   3. Definitions....................................................4
   4. Overview and Motivation........................................7
   5. Description of the Framework/Model.............................9
   6. Spatial Relationships.........................................15
   7. Media Captures and Capture Scenes.............................17
      7.1. Media Captures...........................................17
         7.1.1. Media Capture Attributes............................18
      7.2. Multiple Content Capture.................................23
         7.2.1. MCC Attributes......................................24
      7.3. Capture Scene............................................30
         7.3.1. Capture Scene attributes............................33
         7.3.2. Capture Scene View attributes.......................33
      7.4. Global View List.........................................34
   8. Simultaneous Transmission Set Constraints.....................35
   9. Encodings.....................................................37
      9.1. Individual Encodings.....................................37
      9.2. Encoding Group...........................................38
      9.3. Associating Captures with Encoding Groups................39
   10. Consumer's Choice of Streams to Receive from the Provider....40
      10.1. Local preference........................................43
      10.2. Physical simultaneity restrictions......................43
      10.3. Encoding and encoding group limits......................43
   11. Extensibility................................................44
   12. Examples - Using the Framework (Informative).................44
      12.1. Provider Behavior.......................................44
         12.1.1. Three screen Endpoint Provider.....................44
         12.1.2. Encoding Group Example.............................51
         12.1.3. The MCU Case.......................................52

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