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RTP
What is RTP?
Why real-time?
Components of RTP
Applications of RTP
Mixer
Translator
Packet Structure of RTP
RTP Header
Synchronization
Application Level Framing
What is RTCP?
Types of RTCP packets
Conclusion

SDP

 

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Conclusion of RTP

You should understand that this is only the tip of the iceberg. If you just needed an introduction, it is OK to stop here. But for bigger things you must go through RFC 1889 and that is not enough. You have to work yourself to be a master in applications employing RTP.
RFC 1889 has been superceeded by RFC 3550. Thanks to John York for pointing it out.

At this point, I will strongly recommend that if you are serious about the subject please go through some of the books listed in the books section.

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Last updated: July 30, 2005