What is the recommended maximum one-way latency when implementing video over IP for real-time video applications?
- Latency is not a factor for smooth video over IP implementation.
- Latency should be defined for voice traffic only (not for video).
- The recommended maximum one-way latency should not be more than 150 ms.
- When mixed video and voice packets are included in the video stream, the latency should be 300 ms.
Explanation: Because voice traffic is very sensitive to delay and jitter, to avoid packet drops care must taken to be ensure a maximum one-way latency of not more then 150ms.
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