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  1. RTSP Real Time Streaming Protocol Presented by Group NEO -Jitin Keith -Prashant Morgaonkar

  2. RTSP Real Time Streaming Protocol IETF RFC 2326

  3. RTSP RTSP is a signaling protocol which acts as a “Remote Control” for controlling a IP media server. Very similar to HTTP /1.1 RTSP can request • Server to send media • Server invited to join a conference • Server announces that additional media available

  4. Overall Function • A presentation description file defines the type of media streams and its properties such as encoding language etc. • A presentation may contain several media streams • RTSP can use TCP, UDP or MUDP • Popular RTSP clients: Windows Media Player Real Player

  5. RTSP Typical Method Types • Setup: Causes the server to allocate resources for a stream and start an RTSP session • Play-Record: Starts data transmission on a stream allocated via SETUP • Pause: Temporarily halts a stream without freeing server resources. • Teardown: Frees resources associated with the stream. The RTSP session ceases to exist on the server.

  6. RTSP Status Codes • Success 2XX • Redirect 3XX • Client Error 4XX

  7. RTSP Method types • OPTIONS • If the client is about to try a nonstandard request • DESCRIBE • The DESCRIBE method retrieves the description of a presentation • ANNOUNCE • A client can issue a SETUP request for a stream that is already playing to change transport parameters • SETUP, • A client can issue a SETUP request for a stream that is already playing to change transport parameters • PLAY, • The PLAY method tells the server to start sending data via the mechanism specified in SETUP

  8. RTSP Method types • PAUSE • The PAUSE request causes the stream delivery to be interrupted (halted) temporarily • TEARDOWN • The TEARDOWN request stops the stream • GET_PARAMETER, SET_PARAMETER • The GET_PARAMETER request retrieves the value of a parameter of a presentation or stream • REDIRECT • A redirect request informs the client that it must connect to another server location • RECORD • Start recording the media

  9. RTSP Client FSM state message sent next state after response Init SETUP Ready TEARDOWN Init Ready PLAY Playing RECORD Recording TEARDOWN Init SETUP Ready Playing PAUSE Ready TEARDOWN Init PLAY Playing SETUP Playing (changed transport) Recording PAUSE Ready TEARDOWN Init RECORD Recording SETUP Recording (changed transport)

  10. RTSP Server FSM state message received next state Init SETUP Ready TEARDOWN Init Ready PLAY Playing SETUP Ready TEARDOWN Init RECORD Recording Playing PLAY Playing PAUSE Ready TEARDOWN Init SETUP Playing Recording RECORD Recording PAUSE Ready TEARDOWN Init SETUP Recording The "next state" column indicates the state assumed after sending a success response (2xx). If a request results in a status code of 3xx, the state becomes Init. A status code of 4xx results in no change

  11. Security issues • Denial of service: Flood any arbitrary machine on the Internet with unrequested RTSP streams • Session hijacking • Authentication

  12. Streaming Stored Multimedia (1/2)

  13. Streaming Stored Multimedia (2/2)

  14. Stored media streaming • Internet multimedia: simplest approach • Internet multimedia: simplest approach • files transferred as HTTP object • received in entirety at client • then passed to player files transferred as HTTP • audio, video not streamed: • no, “pipelining,” long delays until playout!

  15. Streaming vs. Download of Stored Multimedia Download: Receive entire content before playback begins High “start-up” delay as media file can be large ~ 4GB for a 2 hour MPEG II movie • Streaming: Play the media file while it is being received • Reasonable “start-up” delays • Reception Rate >= playback rate.

  16. Progressive Download • browser GETs metafile • browser launches player, passing metafile • player contacts server • server downloads audio/video to player

  17. RTSP Example • Scenario: • metafile communicated to web browser • browser launches player • player sets up an RTSP control connection, data • connection to streaming server

  18. RTSP Operation

  19. Client Buffering Client-side buffering, playout delay compensate for network-added delay, delay jitter

  20. Client Buffering Client-side buffering, playout delay compensate for network-added delay, delay jitter

  21. Streaming Multimedia: UDP or TCP? • UDP • server sends at rate appropriate for client (oblivious to • network congestion !) • often send rate = encoding rate = constant rate • then, fill rate = constant rate - packet loss • short playout delay (2-5 seconds) to compensate for network • delay jitter • error recover: time permitting • TCP • send at maximum possible rate under TCP • fill rate fluctuates due to TCP congestion control • larger playout delay: smooth TCP delivery rate • HTTP/TCP passes more easily through firewalls

  22. Packet Loss • network loss: IP datagram lost due to network • congestion (router buffer overflow) • delay loss: IP datagram arrives too late for • playout at receiver

  23. Forward Error Correction (FEC) • For every group of n packets generate k redundant packets • Send out n+k packets, increasing the bandwidth by factor • k/n. • Can reconstruct the original n packets provided at most k • Packets are lost from the group • Works well at high loss rate (for a proper choice of k) • Handles “bursty” packet losses • Cost: increase in transmission cost (bandwidth)

  24. Another FEC Example • “Piggyback lower • quality stream” • Example: send lower resolution audio stream as • the redundant • information • Whenever there is non-consecutive loss, thereceiver can conceal the loss. • Can also append (n-1)st and (n-2)nd low-bit ratechun

  25. Interleaving • Interleaving • Re-sequence packets before transmission • Better handling of “burst” losses • Results in increased playout delay

  26. Multimedia Networking • Exciting, industry relevant research topic • Multimedia is everywhere • Tons of open problems

  27. References [1]www.wikipedia.com [2]http://www.ietf.org/rfc/rfc2326.txt [3] http://tesys.cres.it/jsp/activities/rtsp/rtsp.jsp [4]http://www.csee.umbc.edu/~pmundur/courses/CMSC691C/lab5-kurose-ross.html