16:9 progressive quarter CIF proxed by Apache 92 Kbps (overall about 150 Kbps) wrapped in an mpeg4 media base format (MBFF, ISO 14496-16) and stream as a MPEG2 (DVB) TS
This is an experiment.
The file is Home 10' hCIF 16.9 an. h264_25p_DAR16.9 PAR128.45_96(60v32a).mp4, despite the "h" is not
an half CIF but a quarter CIF video, with a pixel aspect ratio 2.84, the proportions of macroblock is more than twice the ordinary size of PAL (1.33).
In order to test the streaming capability, I've used a small portion (about 600 seconds) of the movie Home
realised by Yann Arthus Bertrand in 2009, copyright Europa Corp, publicly viewable on many web sites.
I've added a specific page with all the disclaimer and additional informations.
The video here embedded is the sequence of 25 progressive images per second.
The image is often jerky but the encoded resolution is 180 pixel by 288, one quarter of the original (already anamorphic) 720.
The audio is almost terrible, but 32 Kbps is really a low low bitrate.
Its size is acceptable for animated icons more than video encoding
Here is shown in 256 by 144 pixel, 1/16 of ordinary PAL 16:9 (often called qCIF).
It has a Pixel Aspect Ratio of 128:45 (2.84, much more than standard 1.7 of ordinary anamorphic 16:9) in order to obtain the Display Aspect Ratio of 16:9.