In this scenario the same content is distributed via eMBMS (for example using a broadcast network in receive-only mode) and via a 5GMS System. The resources of the broadcast system are statically configured. eMBMS-based distribution may, for example, be used only for services in high demand, and the resources and quality of the service distributed through broadcast may be adjusted according to demand. Demand may be identified through 5GMS Consumption Reporting.
The call flow in Figure 184.108.40.206-1 and Figure 220.127.116.11-2 extends that defined in clause 5.6.1 to address generic use cases for broadcast-on-demand. Specific additional use cases are presented in the remainder of clause 5.10.6.
Once the service is ready, the content delivered on MBMS is used by the Media Player. Consumption reporting continues. Specific cases may use different policies, similar to the hybrid case in clause 5.10.5.
At least the following operation modes are supported based on the general procedures in clause 18.104.22.168:
Every 5GMS media service is mapped to exactly one MBMS User Service. Whether the MBMS User Service is announced and delivered or not depends on service demand. The MBMS Delivery Session is adjusted dynamically - for example the Delivery Session is disabled, or the bit rate is changed - depending on service demand and/or content requirements.
A set of MBMS User Services and MBMS Delivery Sessions is defined in the initial provisioning. 5GMS media services are dynamically mapped to statically configured MBMS User Services based on demand and content requirements.
Components of the 5GMS User Service, for example audio service components for different languages, are assigned dynamically to MBMS delivery depending on demand.