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Extended Abstract. Video streaming is currently one of the most popular web applications. While HTTP streaming delivers video with a static bitrate, DASH (Dynamic Adaptive Streaming over HTTP) can change the video bitrate during the video playback. These two methods provide video streaming service on the existing web architecture. The video clips are hosted as web objects and are accessed using HTTP. Currently, HTTP streaming and DASH tend to choose a low initial video bitrate to preventdoi:10.1109/jsac.2016.2559078 fatcat:s3ie3rclbnghbewj53pop4cbky