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This set of Multimedia Packages Multiple Choice Questions & Answers (MCQs) focuses on Multimedia Packages Set 2

Q1 | Audio compression can be used for
Q2 | In Real Time Interactive Audio Video, conferencing requirestwo way communication between
Q3 | In Real Time Interactive Audio Video, Jitter is introduced inreal-time data by delay between
Q4 | Session Initiation Protocol (SIP), has a mechanism that finds the
Q5 | In Audio and Video Compression, voice is sampled at 8000samples per second with
Q6 | In Voice Over IP, Term SIP stands for
Q7 | In Real-Time Transport Protocol (RTP), A source sends a byemessage to shut down a
Q8 | In Audio and Video Compression, term RBG expresses
Q9 | To perform tracking of an IP, Session Initiation Protocol (SIP),uses concept of
Q10 | A simple session using SIP consists of three modules:establishing, communicating and
Q11 | Real-time traffic needs support of
Q12 | Session Initiation Protocol (SIP), is designed to be independentof underlying
Q13 | In lowest resolution a color frame is made of
Q14 | In Real Time Interactive Audio Video, data are stored in bufferat a possibly variable
Q15 | In Real Time Interactive Audio Video, to prevent jitter, we cantime-stamp packets and separate arrival time from the
Q16 | Real-time Transport Protocol (RTP) is protocol designed tohandle real-time traffic on the
Q17 | In Session Initiation Protocol (SIP), session can be terminatedwith a
Q18 | RTCP stands for
Q19 | A compressed audio/video file can be downloaded as a
Q20 | When a caller needs to communicate with callee, caller can usee-mail address instead of IP address in the
Q21 | Purpose of dividing picture into blocks is to decrease number of
Q22 | In Real Time Interactive Audio Video, a sequence number oneach packet is required for
Q23 | Before audio or video signals can be sent on Internet, they needto be
Q24 | For speech, we need to compress digitize signals at
Q25 | Moving Picture Experts Group (MPEG-1), was designed for a