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Title: RTVideo  
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Subject: RTAudio, Dynamic Resolution Adaptation, MPEG-4 SL, AAC-LD, High Efficiency Video Coding tiers and levels
Collection: Microsoft Proprietary Codecs, Video Codecs
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RTVideo is Microsoft's default video codec for Office Communications Server 2007 and the Microsoft Office Communicator 2007 client. It is a Microsoft proprietary implementation of the VC-1 codec for real-time transmission purposes. Microsoft extensions to VC-1 are based on cached frame and SP-frame. Also it includes system-level enhancements for recovery of packet loss on IP networks - forward error correction and error concealment.


RTVideo is a proprietary codec. Like RTAudio this protocol can also be licensed from Microsoft.

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