Media Player Client Performance Counters

The following table describes the Media Player Client measurements that are monitored:

Measurement
Description
Average Buffering Events
The number of times Media Player Client had to buffer incoming media data due to insufficient media content.
Average Buffering Time (sec)
The time spent by Media Player Client waiting for sufficient amount of media data in order to continue playing media clip.
Current bandwidth (Kbits/sec)
The number of kbits per second received.
Number of Packets
The number of packets sent by server for a particular media clip.
Stream Interruptions
The number of interruptions encountered by media player client while playing a media clip. This measurement includes the number of times Media Player Client had to buffer incoming media data, and any errors that occurred during playback.
Stream Quality (Packet-level)
The percentage ratio of packets received to total packets.
Stream Quality (Sampling-level)
The percentage of stream samples received on time (no delays in reception).
Total number of recovered packets
The number of lost packets that were recovered. This value is only relevant during network playback.
Total number of lost packets
The number of lost packets that were not recovered. This value is only relevant during network playback.

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