Multimedia Conference Recording Use Cases and Requirements
draft-kyzivat-siprec-conference-use-cases-02

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Authors Paul Kyzivat  , Michael Yan  , Simon Romano 
Last updated 2015-02-05 (latest revision 2014-08-04)
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Abstract

The current work of SIPREC will soon finish. As conferences are the key requirement for some environments, it is worth to explore several extensions and additional functionality to support multimedia conference recording. SIPREC is not sufficient to record all the conference sessions via certain interactive media channels, like multi-user chat or screen sharing. This draft tries to show the use cases for multimedia conference recording and the requirements for how to work well under SIPREC mechanism. The requirements ask for extensions to SIP that will manage delivery of RTP media sessions, including content media defined by [RFC4796] , and MSRP media sessions to a recording device. The recorded media sessions are all SIP-based.

Authors

Paul Kyzivat (pkyzivat@alum.mit.edu)
Michael Yan (michael.yan@huawei.com)
Simon Romano (spromano@unina.it)

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