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Multicast and RTCP

kswonnell
Beginner
Beginner

A multicast application is sent out over RTP/RTCP. If one receiver feeds back via RTCP to effectively say there's a receiving problem (could be congestion/bandwidth) and the other receivers are happy, the sender can react by changing the encoding/compression technique on future transmissions. Will that be to all receivers, or just to the unicast address of the receiver with the problem ?

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kswonnell
Beginner
Beginner

Somebody out there somewhere must have this level of knowledge ??

wong34539
Frequent Contributor
Frequent Contributor

You can change the encoding or compression technique for a single destination unicast address which belong s to a multicast group...

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