Microsoft Smooth Streaming

Microsoft Smooth Streaming is a technology developed by Microsoft for adaptive bitrate streaming of media content over HTTP.

Low-latency HTTP Live Streaming

Low-latency HTTP Live Streaming is an extension of the HLS protocol designed to minimize latency in video streaming. While both LL-HLS and HLS are based

High Efficiency Streaming Protocol

High Efficiency Streaming Protocol is an adaptive HTTP-based video streaming protocol with a particular focus on low end-to-end latency and fast channel-change.

Quick UDP Internet Connections

Quick UDP Internet Connections is a UDP-based transport layer network protocol. HTTP/3 uses QUIC to achieve performance enhancements (e.g. simpler handshakes, multiplexing) such as lower

HTTP Live Streaming

HTTP Live Streaming is an Apple standard for ABR media streaming using fMP4 or MPEG-TS containers and H.264 or H.265 video codecs.

Dynamic Adaptive Streaming over HTTP

Dynamic Adaptive Streaming over HTTP is an MPEG international standard to enable non-proprietary ABR media streaming using fMP4 containers and any codec format.

Adaptive Bitrate

Adaptive Bitrate is a method of video streaming that adjusts video quality based on network conditions to improve video streaming over HTTP networks. This process

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