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  1. Dispatch IETF 79Charter forTelepresence Multi-Streams Allyn Romanow allyn@cisco.com

  2. What trying to accomplish –telepresence interoperability Description of the data required for the handling of multiple streams. Definition of the behavior required to negotiate the use of multiple streams of audio and video comprising the media flows Dispatch, IETF 79

  3. Charter revision First charter too open-ended Needed to be more specific about deliverables and scope Dispatch, IETF 79

  4. Narrowing of charter Scope – RTP and SIP based systems Bring requirements for Telepresence interoperability to appropriate groups Dispatch, IETF 79

  5. What’s in scope Specifies information about • static and dynamic spatial relationships • characteristics of camera, mic, display, loudspeaker • stream usage • aspect ratio • receiver choice of streams • capabilities Requirements for normative behavior necessary for interoperability • work to be distributed as appropriate Dispatch, IETF 79

  6. What’s out of scope Continuous conference control • Roster list • Far End Camera Control • Floor control Compliance with legacy non-standard systems Dispatch, IETF 79

  7. Deliverables Use cases - informational Requirements and framework– informational Standards track specification to support framework and requirements Dispatch, IETF 79

  8. Going forward 1) Are people okay with the charter? • any other issues ? 2) Are people interested in solving the problem as described in the charter?   3) Do people think the charter is sufficient to move forward with chartering a WG? Dispatch, IETF 79