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3G and 4G equipment development has melodramatically increasing the mobile internet in the recent years. The devices like laptops, cellular mobiles and tablets using the mobile broadband internet like rise steeply. The most popular mobile presentation is the video streaming in the application of hypermedia. In a cost effective way, the big challenge is the quality to make obtainable these services to users. The above task is achievable by means of emerging the LTE (Long Term Evolution) in the world of mobile. With low latency and high data rates in the applications of multimedia the effective services is provided by the LTE equipment features. In this paper, we study and analyze the Quality of Experience (QoE) at the end user for Video on Demand (VoD) over the LTE network. To achieve this, we streamed High Definition (HD) videos based on H.264/AVC and these videos are delivered from foundation to destination using Transport Control Protocol (TCP) and User Datagram Protocol (UDP). Specifically, our study is about QoEassessment in terms of delay variation, packet loss metrics and provides performance assessment to characterize the impact of conveyance layer protocol in video streaming over radio systems like LTE.