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In HTTP Adaptive Streaming (HAS), video content is temporally divided into multiple segments, each encoded at several quality levels. The client can adapt the requested video quality to network changes, generally resulting in a smoother playback. Unfortunately, live streaming solutions still often suffer from playout freezes and a large end-to-end delay. By reducing the segment duration, the client can use a smaller temporal buffer and respond even faster to network changes. However, sincedoi:10.1109/lcomm.2016.2601087 fatcat:4bovhgqrdvebtphxd45ht4f7nq