[vlc-devel] duplicate handling

Abhijit Choudhury (achoudhu) achoudhu at cisco.com
Thu Jan 15 20:33:13 CET 2009

That's what I'd expect. Does anyone know if the UDP stack
on Windows XP or Linux actually does this ?

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[mailto:vlc-devel-bounces at videolan.org] On Behalf Of Matthias Krause
Sent: 2009-01-15 11:29
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Subject: Re: [vlc-devel] duplicate handling

On Thu, Jan 15, 2009 at 8:16 PM, Abhijit Choudhury (achoudhu)
<achoudhu at cisco.com> wrote:
> I know that the TCP stack would do that, based on TCP seq number.
> But do UDP stacks do that as well ? Based on what ?

As far as I know, you would use RTP on top of UDP to give sequence
numbers/timestamps to the stream.
Then it becomes trivial.
What happens normally, when you scramble packets or artificial data
into a stream are visual artifacts.

Kind regards,

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