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Old 24th August 2011, 18:20   #1  |  Link
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Sizes of Multi Slices in H264

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If a server decides to encode a Slice in "x bytes", can anyone please describe the criterion/or basis on which the value "x number of bytes" is derived.

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Random dice roll squared? It's best to ask the server maintainers themselves.
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Random dice roll squared? It's best to ask the server maintainers themselves.
i hope the design to decide "x number of bytes" of slices is probably due to channel bandwidth? but dont have details, can anyone throw more light on it?
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Commonly this is done to fit the slice inside a udp packet with a total size less than the network MTU (usually 1500 or thereabouts)
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