I was wondering if anyone knows of any report/article which outlines any quantitative/qualitative survey work carried out on viewer experience ?
Specifically for video-on-demand videos on the internet (i.e. Netflix, LoveFilm etc.)
I want to know if anyone has done a study on the relationship between number of video frames dropped/lost, video buffering-time vs. viewer dissatisfaction.
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