Cell Phone News – Fring video calling for Android and iPhone gets dynamic video quality

Video chat provider fring has announced that it has added what it calls Dynamic Video Quality (DVQ) to its video chat applications for Apple iOS and Android smartphones. What the system does, in brief, is dynamically adjust the inbound and outbound video stream quality to match the abilities of both users’ data connections. So if one or both participants in a fring video call see degraded data connection speeds for some reason (walking indoors, for example), the application will adjust down the video stream bitrates and framerates on both ends to keep the video stream going smoothly and ensure that high audio quality is maintained. DVQ-enabled versions of the fring application are currently available in the Android Market and the iPhone App Store.Read the full story here.

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