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How does wireshark calculate "Duration" of RTP Player? Does duration means delay time from SIP endpoint to endpoint?

asked 20 Apr '15, 22:39

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The contents of the RTP stream is a certain amount of speech samples, which, depending on the sample clock, represents a certain duration of speech. The codec used for the encoding of the speech defines the sample clock (in case of G.711 an 8 kHz clock), so you can easily calculate the duration through the sizes of the packets and the sample clock.

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answered 20 Apr '15, 23:07

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I was able to understand, Thanks for your explanation. I took duration to mean "delay time".

(22 Apr '15, 20:53) med

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