With the technological upgrade in wireless broadband remote access, companies and clients can profit by video services like live video streaming, video entertainment, video conferencing and live video surveillance to give some examples. Numerous new enhanced video technology like the three-dimensional hologram and augmented reality will gainfully develop in the future. In wireless ad hoc networks, the multi-hop transmission is employed to send information from a source node to a destination node via various relay nodes in between the network. Although multi-hop transmission extends communication range and provides redundant links, packet transmission quality issues arise as the number of hops increases. They are packet error and transmission delay. Also, a lot of emphases nowadays is put on high quality streaming video and supporting higher data transfer rates. Video transmission commonly demands a high data rate and Quality of Service (QoS) and present- day solutions for such real-time video communication may not give high data rates, high packet efficiency and a very low delay in Ad-Hoc Networks. The execution of wireless connections gets corrupted in light of channel fading/blurring and interference which compels the general system throughput. In real-time video network transmission reception, 150ms is the maximum acceptable packet delay. Thus, it is essential for wireless networks to an architecture that supports these needs. We provide an architecture that provides us excellent packet gathering efficiency, reducing packet loss and provides us a high-quality video with high (fps) frame rate per second. Our testbed has kept an eye on all of the three issues. Additionally, we have exploited the new technology of Software-defined Radio with National Instruments USRP and directional antennas and this represents a new approach for dealing with real-time video traffic.