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VideoMetricsThreshold Table

Lync Server 2013
 

Topic Last Modified: 2012-10-02

The VideoMetricsThreshold table contains optimal and acceptable values for the Quality of Experience metrics used with video calls.

 

Column Data Type Key/Index Details

CallType

int

Primary

Type of call that was placed.

VideoPostFECPLROptimal

decimal(5,2)

The default value is 0.05.

VideoPostFECPLRAcceptable

decimal(5,2)

The default value is 0.10.

VideoLocalFrameLostPercentageAverageOptimal

decimal(5,2)

The default value is 5.0.

VideoLocalFrameLostPercentageAverageAcceptable

decimal(5,2)

The default value is 10.0.

RecvFrameRateAverageOptimal

decimal(9,4)

The default value is 12.0000.

RecvFramerateAverageAcceptable

decimal(9,4)

The default value is 7.0000.

LowFrameRateCallPercentOptimal

decimal(5,2)

The default value is 5.0.

LowFrameRateCallPercentAcceptable

decimal(5,2)

The default value is 10.0/

LowResolutionCallPercentOptimal

decimal(5,2)

The default value is 5.0.

LowResolutionCallPercentAcceptable

decimal(5,2)

The default value is 10.0.

VideoPacketLossRateOptimal

foat

The default value is 0.05.

VideoPacketLossRateAcceptable

float

The default value is 0.10.

VideoFrameRateAvgOptimal

float

The default value is 12.

VideoFrameRateAvgAcceptable

float

The default value is 7.

DynamicCapabilityPercentOptimal

decimal(5,2)

The default value is 5.00.

DynamicCapabilityPercentAcceptable

decimal(5,2)

The default value is 10.00.

 
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