Video communication requires sufficient resources to obtain the desired image quality. Availability of bandwidth and screen resolution from different devices on the client end, as well as compression techniques used for transmission also significantly influence to the video quality. Even though the H.264/AVC video compression standard and its scalable extension is known as Scalable Video Coding (SVC) was introduced and successfully addressed the challenge, some weaknesses persist especially for high-resolution video transmissions. The size of the bitstream generated by the SVC standard for ultra-high resolution video compression can only be met if transmitted on a network with a large bandwidth. The Scalable High-Efficiency Video Coding (SHVC) were introduced to overcome problems in the SVC standards. The new video compression standard is proven to reduce bandwidth requirements by up to 46.41 % compared to the SVC standards for the same video quality. This study introduces the performance analysis of SHVC standard video transmission as compared to SVC standard. Both compression standards are transmitted and emulated through network emulator called Mininet-Wifi to get the real transmission picture. The client-server video transmission scheme with different bandwidth and various client position are set in the experiment scenario. It is found that transmission time, packet loss, and video reconstruction quality on scalable video transmission with SHVC standard is better than scalable video transmissions with SVC standard.