This draft expired in March 2018, but we continued to think about transport of real-time media over QUIC. Some further ideas were presented in our paper in the ACM CoNEXT workshop on Evolution, Performance, and Interoperability of QUIC.

The Real-time Transport Protocol (RTP) provides for transport of audio-visual media across the Internet. It is commonly used for interactive video conferencing, telepresence, and telephony, but has also been used for low-latency streaming. QUIC is a new transport protocol, initially developed by Google, but now under standardisation in the IETF. This draft begins to discuss how RTP can be carried over QUIC.

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