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Archive of posts tagged Advanced Access Content System (AACS)

Farncombe Ensures AACS2 Ultra HD Blu-ray Security

Cartesian, Inc. announced that its Farncombe subsidiary was appointed by AACS LA as its first Authorized Robustness Consultant, which assesses the security of Ultra HD Blu-ray devices.

BluFocus Becomes AACS Authorized Certification Entity

BluFocus Inc. announced that it is now authorized to perform Advanced Access Content System (AACS) product compliance testing.

Updates to The Authoritative Blu-ray Disc (BD) FAQ

The latest updates, changes and additions to The Authoritative Blu-ray Disc (BD) FAQ:

Irdeto Acquires Blu-ray BD+ Technology From Rovi

Irdeto announced its acquisition of BD+ content protection technology for Blu-ray Disc (BD) from Rovi Corporation.

BD-Live Heads to the Cloud

Panvidea and Related Content Database (RCDb) announced a new online service for encoding and preparing content for BD-Live streaming.

RCDb and Verimatrix Secure OTT Video to Blu-ray Players

Verimatrix and Related Content Database, Inc. (RCDb) announced at IBC 2010 a licensable system for securing premium video content for over the top (OTT) distribution to Internet connected Blu-ray Disc (BD) players.

FireWire Specifications Revised for Blu-ray

The 1394 Trade Association announced that it has issued a trio of new specifications focused on video compression, audio and music transmission and set top box functionality.

Deluxe Digital Studios Launches 3D Services

Deluxe Digital Studios Inc., a subsidiary of Deluxe Entertainment Services Group Inc., announced that it is launching a full range of 3D services for the home entertainment market. According to the statement, already the industry’s largest provider of Blu-ray authoring services, Deluxe Digital Studios’ enhanced capabilities are specifically tailored to the 3D Blu-ray standard. Beginning [...]

The Ins and Outs of Blu-ray Disc Replication and Licensing

It takes more than just imagination and hard work to put together a Blu-ray video disc. Outside of the usual authoring mechanics, content owners and publishers must not only make physical production decisions but also contend with numerous legal and financial obligations to the technology, patent, trademark, and other intellectual property holders.

Blu-ray Disc Licensing for Small Publishers, Duplicators, and Independent Studios

Whether we acknowledge, like, or even understand them, we all have obligations. Traditionally, legal responsibilities for videographers, photographers, filmmakers, and service bureaus fall along the lines of managing copyright interests as well as privacy and publicity rights. Distributing digital audio, video, text, and still images, either electronically or on physical media, often involves equally important [...]

First 3X DVD-ROM Disc Produced with DCA Equipment

Doug Carson & Associates announced that the first 3X DVD-ROM disc was successfully mastered and replicated using its formatting software at Sonopress’ North Carolina facility.