The multicast replication point refers to the network node responsible for replicating video stream for users. Multicast routing protocols such as PIM-SM. All multicast streams are pushed to the distributed point regardless of being received by the users or not. In such scenarios, that content won’t be available to users with region-specific countries, but not everywhere. With a good processor speed, users can easily watch live internet TV. The equipment serving as the multicast replication point is required to have good functionality and processing capability. Further work also needs to be done on detailed classification of the undesired segments, for example, dividing such content into ads and other types of content, which would provide an automated TV ratings system with relatively high temporal resolution and would have many practical applications. In this paper we have presented a model that detects TV ads based on synchronous channel change events. Similarly, some TV shows have foreshadowing events before the ad segment, which trigger the viewers to change the channel even before the ad segment starts. This also occurs in regular shows with a “trailer” before the ad segment. For example, the news broadcasts on the channels that we studied tend to have an ad segment at exactly the same time every day; regular viewers learn to anticipate when the ad segment will start and change the channel preemptively. News shows are just one example, where users tend to predict the ad segment start.
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