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User Adaptive Mobile Video Streaming and Resourceful Video Sharing in Cloud

Kamarthi Rekha, R. Vara Prasad, Dr. S. Prem kumar, ,
M.Tech Research scholar, Department of CSE G. Pullaiah College of Engineering & Technology</br>M.Tech, Asst.Professor Department of CSE G. Pullaiah College of Engineering & Technology</br>Head of the Department Department of Computer Science & Engineering G. Pullaiah College of Engineering & Technology

Over the past decade The mobile phones breed to be a necessary part of our daily life, Smartphone uses more than basic phones much and also user demands to run lots of applications have improved The conquest of next design mobile phone communication based on the capability of service suppliers to engineer. The Streams are programmed by the Scalable Video Coding expansion of the H.264/AVC model. Adding or removing the layer is determined on the basis of the user behavior environment of the mobile system. The current advances in the mobile video streams greater than mobile networks have been souring more than these new trends, increasingly more traffic is accounted by video streaming and downloading. While the video streaming is not so demanding in wired networks, mobile networks have been misery from video traffic transmissions ended scarce bandwidth of wireless links instead of network operators frantic hard work to augment the wireless link bandwidth (e.g., 3G and LTE), elevated video transfer load from mobile users are quickly vast the wireless connection capacity. Though receiving video streaming transfer via 3G/4G mobile networks, mobile users regularly undergo from lengthy buffering time and irregular disruptions due to the restricted bandwidth and connection stipulation variation caused by multi-path vanishing and user mobility. Thus, it is vital to advance the service excellence of mobile video streaming while using the networking and computing assets resourcefully.

Kamarthi Rekha,R. Vara Prasad,Dr. S. Prem kumar."User Adaptive Mobile Video Streaming and Resourceful Video Sharing in Cloud". International Journal of Computer Engineering In Research Trends (IJCERT) ,ISSN:2349-7084 ,Vol.1, Issue 01,pp.1-7, July - 2014, URL :,

Keywords : Adaptive mobile video streaming, Cloud Computing, Scalable Video Coding,H.264/AVC.model,Scalable video coding

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