full-motion video, such as that seen in movies or on TV, delivered across a computer network; the computer user sees the video playing onscreen as it is delivered, rather than after the complete file as been downloaded.
Video delivered over the Internet.
Clients can watch and hear previously stored video. Not very sensitive to packet loss, can request resending. Wide range of encoding options and data rates from 28.8 kbs to mor then 200 Mbps for high-definition TV (examples at http://adcritic.com/). Streaming video services are available as Ouicktime (Apple), Windows Media (Microsoft), VideoCharger (IBM), IP/TV (Cisco) and RealPlayer (RealNetworks).
Compressed video that can be put on the web for viewing.
Streaming video delivers compressed multimedia content over the Internet in a stream of packets. Viewers view the file as it downloads, instead of downloading the entire file first. Streaming video first initializes the transfer, then buffers it. Bandwidth determines both picture quality and whether or not the viewed video catches up with the downloading content, which causes the video to stop. RealPlayer is one of the most popular free streaming video players available.
Video that can only be streamed or watched while online. You can't download it or save it.
Video files on the Internet that can be watched while they download.
Video stored on the Internet that plays as it arrives, rather than waiting until the whole file has downloaded
A technology that makes it possible to view digital video or hear music while it's being downloaded from the Internet.
Providing and sending video, audio and text information to one or more participants on the intranet/internet. Thus streaming video is a one-way communication form. Feedback is only possible per online chat .
A feature that enables a camcorder to act as a webcam, simultaneously recording video and broadcasting it over the Internet. Depending on a camcorder's audio capabilities, the streaming video can also be used for videoconferencing. The video is usually formatted in either MPEG-2 or M-JPEG and is streamed from the camcorder to the PC via a USB connection.
Video that is downloaded, on-demand, iteratively to the viewer’s computer.
(or real video) Video that plays before the file is fully downloaded.
Video clip files that play while being downloaded.
Video that is transmitted over the Internet and viewed as it is being recieved.
video that plays while it downloads, thus saving time.
The screening of a video over the Internet.
Streaming video is a sequence of "moving images" that are sent in compressed form over the Internet and displayed by the viewer as they arrive. Streaming media is streaming video with sound. With streaming video or streaming media, a Web user does not have to wait to download a large file before seeing the video or hearing the sound. Instead, the media is sent in a continuous stream and is played as it arrives. The user needs a player, which is a special program that uncompresses and sends video data to the display and audio data to speakers. A player can be either an integral part of a browser or downloaded from the software maker's Web site.
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Video transmission over a data network. The term implies a one-way transmission to the viewer, in which both the client and the server cooperate for uninterrupted sound. (See Streaming Audio)
video that is played on your screen as it is sent from the source; it does not have to be downloaded onto your hard drive before being viewed.
video that plays without downloading to your computer. Sometimes "progressive downloads" are called "streaming."
Streaming Video is live flow of digital information (a media clip, movie, video, audio) via an Internet data transfer technique, over a network, so that it begins playing back as quickly as possible. Streaming Video allows users to see video and hear audio files without lengthy download times.
With streaming video, you watch the video as it is being downloaded to your computer. So when you want to watch, for example, an hour video clip then it may take five seconds when you first start downloading to what we call "buffer" some material, but then it starts playing within a few seconds and continues playing as it's downloading.
You would need to stream video if you needed it to be played over an Internet connection, which is simultaneously played and downloaded.
A file made up of 'moving images' that is sent in compressed form over the Internet and displayed by the viewer as it arrives. Streaming media is streaming video with sound. With streaming video or streaming media, a user does not have to wait until a large file is downloaded to their PC before seeing the video or hearing the sound. Instead, the media is sent in a continuous stream and is played as it arrives. The user needs a player which is a special program that decompresses and sends video data to the display and audio data to the speakers. A player can be either an integral part of a browser or downloaded from a software maker's Web site. Streaming video is usually sent from pre-recorded video files, but can also be distributed as part of a live broadcast 'feed'.
This is a way to watch video on the Internet. While dial-up modems can make this a tedious process, cable modems and other fast connections can make viewing clips fun and easy. This is a great way for brides to see samples of videographers work.
Video images that can be views as they are transmitted over the Internet.
Web based Video that downloads and plays at the same time so you don't have to wait for the entire file to download before you can view it.
A sequence of "moving images" (video with sound) that are sent in compressed form over the internet and displayed by the viewer as they arrive.
Video sent in compressed form over the Internet that you view as it is being received, rather than waiting until for the entire file to be downloaded first. There may be two versions available: a dial-up version is usually a smaller file, with a smaller video screen and a slower frame rate, for 56k dial-up users and a high-speed version, a larger file with higher quality image, is designed for users with faster broadband Internet connections.