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Archive of posts tagged Content Scramble System (CSS)

DVD Copy Control Association and Kaleidescape Kiss and Make Up

Kaleidescape and the DVD Copy Control Association (DVD CCA) announced they have settled their ongoing legal dispute arising from Kaleidescape’s allegedly inappropriate use of the Content Scramble System (CSS).

DVD CCA Pleased With Kaleidescape Court Decision

The DVD Copy Control Association (DVD CCA) announced that it is pleased with a California Superior Court decision that found Kaleidescape breached its Content Scramble System (CSS) license agreement.

Kaleidescape Appeals DVD Copy Control Court Decision

Kaleidescape announced that it is appealing a California Superior Court ruling that the company is in breach of the Content Scramble System (CSS) license agreement it signed with the DVD Copy Control Association (DVD CCA).

Microtech Licenses Qflix for On-Demand DVD

Sonic Solutions announced that Microtech Systems has licensed Sonic’s latest Qflix technology that supports DVD-9 (dual-layer) recording in addition to DVD-5 (single-layer), to integrate into Microtech’s Xpress XP automated disc publishing system.

RealNetworks RealDVD Bites the Dust

The DVD Copy Control Association (DVD CCA) announced that RealNetworks, Inc. must permanently halt the manufacture and sale of RealDVD under a ‘stipulated consent judgment and permanent injunction’ approved by Judge Marilyn Hall Patel of the United States District Court, Northern District of California.

DVD-9 to 5: The New Copying Reality

How hard is it to copy a DVD movie? Not as difficult or time-consuming as some make it out to be — and it’s getting easier and more convenient every day.

Copy Protection for CD and DVD Duplication Systems

As CD-R duplication and production systems take on a greater role in software publishing, they, too, must incorporate copy protection capabilities for CD-R to reach its full business potential.

Pioneer DVR-S201 4.7GB DVD-Recorder Review

True to its promise, Pioneer has delivered and brought 4.7GB DVD-R capability to market with a very credible product. Limitations aside, the DVR-S201 should quickly prove itself an indispensable tool for serious DVD-Video and DVD-ROM title developers alike. How the future will unfold for mass-market DVD-R acceptance is still to be decided.