DTLA: Networking Content in Your Digital Home
In 1999, DTLA began licensing a content protection technology that also ensures consumers' reasonable and customary right to make personal use copies and to enjoy that content digitally networked throughout the home. Digital Transmission Content Protection ("DTCP") has been widely adopted across the globe in consumer electronics products from set top boxes and digital TVs to Blu-Ray and DVD recorders; in voluntary standards groups; by a spectrum of cable, satellite, and media services; and over a variety of wireless and wired interfaces.
Tuesday, February 27, 2018 - DTLA Releases Updated Documents for DTCP2
DTLA released updated versions of its key documents for DTCP2, including:
Wednesday, July 19, 2017 - DTLA releases July 2017 version of DTCP2 Adopter Agreement
DTLA releases July 2017 version of DTCP2 Adopter Agreement
Thursday, June 29, 2017 - DTLA releases DTCP Specification Supplement for DTCP-HLS
DTLA released a DTCP Specification Volume 1 Supplement K : DTCP-IP over HTTP Live Streaming, presenting an adaptation of DTCP-IP protection for content streamed over HTTP Live Streaming ("HLS"). The Informational Version of Supplement K is available here. This Supplement resulted from a contribution by Adopter ARRIS Group, Inc., and is licensed to DTCP Adopters by DTLA under the current Adopter Agreement.
Monday, June 12, 2017 - DTLA releases DTCP2 Specification and DTCP2 Adopter Agreement
DTLA released DTCP2 - a new technology offering higher robustness content protection for newer higher resolution digital video formats (including 4K, 8K, and HDR) as well as current audiovisual formats. The Informational version of the DTCP2 Specification is available here, and the Adopter Agreement for DTCP2 is available here. The full DTCP2 Specification is available only to companies that sign the DTCP2 Adopter Agreement.
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