Aironet Bridge and Buffers, could they resolve MPEG4 video issues?

Discussion in 'Cisco' started by rjmnyc, May 18, 2006.

  1. rjmnyc

    rjmnyc Guest

    I have (2) Aironet 1400's with a video archiving server at one and and
    4 video cameras connected to an encoder at the other end. From what I
    can see the video is transmitted using a broadcast to 224.x.x.x in
    MPEG4 format. On the receiving end video looks dark except for areas
    wher there is movement which then become normal color. Vendor says I
    need to open the buffers on the bridge but I have never heard of this.


    Thanks
     
    rjmnyc, May 18, 2006
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  2. Try having your video server put more pauses between its network writes,
    to smooth out its transmission bursts. For example, if you're outputting
    a 500kbps stream, rather than write 500kb and wait for a second, try
    writing 10kb then wait for 20ms.

    Aaron

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    ~ I have (2) Aironet 1400's with a video archiving server at one and and
    ~ 4 video cameras connected to an encoder at the other end. From what I
    ~ can see the video is transmitted using a broadcast to 224.x.x.x in
    ~ MPEG4 format. On the receiving end video looks dark except for areas
    ~ wher there is movement which then become normal color. Vendor says I
    ~ need to open the buffers on the bridge but I have never heard of this.
    ~
    ~
    ~ Thanks
     
    Aaron Leonard, May 25, 2006
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