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Hugh Bennett | EMediaLive announces updates to The Authoritative HD DVD FAQ in the following categories: II. Physical, Logical, and Application Specifications.
News/Breaking News - Posted 16 Oct 2009 By
The Business Software Alliance (BSA) tracks almost $1 billion in illegal software shared on BitTorrent P2P networks in the first half of 2009
News/Breaking News - Posted 14 Oct 2009
Further expands value-add solution distribution portfolio in EMEA and LATAM regions
News/Breaking News - Posted 13 Oct 2009
With the release of Windows Vista, existing CD-R copy guard systems simply copied existing data, with the copy guard features only available on Windows XP. This made most copy guard features meaningless. Samurai Guard IIx resolves this situation, and can handle more than fifty different file formats and is available in ten different languages (with further updates in the works)
News/Breaking News - Posted 01 Oct 2009
The M-ARC disc is the first archival product that employs a permanent physical change to the write layer to record data in a DVD format
News/Breaking News - Posted 22 Sep 2009
Unique, easy-to use, standalone DVD duplicator featuring hardware-based copy protection discourages unauthorized duplication
News/Breaking News - Posted 13 Aug 2009
StarForce has successfully passed its product line testing procedure and received "Compatible with Windows 7" logo
News/Breaking News - Posted 04 Aug 2009
Company Officially Adopts New Name and Brand Identity, Highlighting the Company’s Evolution and Growth as a Digital Entertainment Technology Leader
News/Breaking News - Posted 16 Jul 2009
The certification resulted from a comprehensive examination and review of Regency Media’s systems and procedures to examine customers’ copyright and licensing to prevent unauthorized replication of content
News/Breaking News - Posted 07 Jul 2009
Proton Data Security is announcing the new Proton model 1250A, a security device that ensures all information on optical diss (CD, CD-RW, CD-R, CD-ROM, and DVD) is destroyed and rendered useless in an environmentally responsible manner
News/Breaking News - Posted 07 Jul 2009
Proton Data Security is announcing the new Proton model 1250A, a security device that ensures all information on compact disks (CD, CD-RW, CD-R, CD-ROM) and optical discs (DVD) is destroyed and rendered useless in an environmentally responsible manner.
News/Breaking News - Posted 07 Jul 2009
Study Shows Retailers, Studios, and Game Publishers Will All Benefit from the Technology
News/Breaking News - Posted 22 Jun 2009
Illegal downloads still going strong
News/Breaking News - Posted 21 Jun 2009
Excellence 2009 will feature an roundtable discussion by industry notables on "The Future of Digital Media Publishing in the 21st Century"
News/Breaking News - Posted 19 Jun 2009
Debbie Galante Block | It was 25 years ago that Sony DADC started up its CD production facility in Terre Haute, Indiana. The good news--in an industry where there has been a lot of bad news lately--is that Sony DADC is still here. As am I.
News/News Feature - Posted 17 Jun 2009 By
Debbie Galante Block | IDMA presses AACS LA for licensing fee relief and multiple tiers for non-Hollywood producers to stimulate Blu-ray publishing market
News/News Feature - Posted 28 May 2009
Submitted response to "Implementation of the Child Safe Viewing Act; Examination of Parental Control Technologies for Video or Audio Programming"
News/Breaking News - Posted 14 May 2009
Greater Toronto Area Federal Enforcement Section today charged five persons with offences related to the sale and distribution of pirated DVD movies
News/Breaking News - Posted 06 May 2009
ACP and RipGuard provide protection against unauthorized copying of content across packaged media such as DVD as well as electronic channels such as the Internet, cable, and DBS
News/Breaking News - Posted 29 Apr 2009
According to complaint, Apex Digital failed to report its manufacture or sale of products such as DVD players, televisions and DTV converter boxes that use the MPEG-2 digital video compression standard, and failing to make payments for its manufacture or sale of such products
News/Breaking News - Posted 21 Apr 2009
Key movie and music industry execs comment
News/Breaking News - Posted 20 Apr 2009
DVD CD Shredder Plus DS2, the simple, quick, and easy way to prevent unauthorized use of secret, classified, business, and personal confidential information on paper or discarded discs
News/Breaking News - Posted 07 Apr 2009
Thousands of DVDs and hundreds of DVD burners seized
News/Breaking News - Posted 30 Mar 2009
Expresses concern that the current AACS licensing fee structure might be impeding the adoption rate of the Blu-ray Disc for non Hollywood titles.
News/Breaking News - Posted 09 Mar 2009
New Database in LASSO Can Be Localized to Regional Consumer Preferences
News/Breaking News - Posted 04 Mar 2009
Three Cases Link Terrorists to Piracy Profits
News/Breaking News - Posted 03 Mar 2009
The international recording industry today welcomed raids by Polish police against an organised criminal syndicate that produced and distributed pirate music and films on an industrial scale
News/Breaking News - Posted 12 Feb 2009
Consultants and green (and Blu) ideas abound as the focus turns from high-tech to business-intensive
News/News Feature - Posted 10 Feb 2009 By
Alan Naumann | As small-shop content producers who deliver our work in volumes too small for replication, we have two choices when it comes to protecting our work. One option is to use a third-party provider. The other alternative—and this is the one I recommend—is to apply the protection ourselves with PTProtect, a new technology developed and marketed by Primera Technology, the company that brought us the popular Bravo line of automated DVD duplication and printing systems.
Editorial/Product Review - Posted 27 Jan 2009 By
The protection program works for any media type including CD, DVD, USB, Blu-ray, and others, and has compatibility with Windows XP/Vista and Macintosh OS X programs
News/Breaking News - Posted 29 Dec 2008
Despite some sites reporting that "SlySoft has been beaten", the Antiguan company renowned for promoting Fair Use Rights has effectively defeated BD+ once again and much earlier than expected
News/Breaking News - Posted 29 Dec 2008
SanDisk Enterprise and partners recommend proactive security policies to enable employee productivity
News/Breaking News - Posted 15 Dec 2008
Jan Ozer | Sooner or later, if you’ve been shooting or otherwise producing high-definition video, you’re going to want to create a Blu-ray Disc. At this point, your Blu-ray authoring options range from well under $100 to burn on a desktop recorder or duplicator, to close to $100,000 for a program capable of producing Blu-ray projects that you can have pressed at a replication facility. In this article, I’ll identify the relevant categories of Blu-ray authoring software and identify the features that differentiate programs within each category.
News/News Feature - Posted 04 Nov 2008 By
Hugh Bennett | With its slew of legal agreements, upfront charges, recurring fees, and other imperatives, BD replication is a time-consuming, expensive, and all-around frustrating proposition for small- and medium-sized publishers. Here is how it all breaks down.
News/News Feature - Posted 07 Oct 2008 By
Many industry insiders feel that that AACS, the Advanced Access Content System that provides mandatory copy protection for all replicated Blu-ray Discs, is a potential industry killer. They argue that it's excess ballast, and the HD disc industry is going to plummet like a lead zeppelin if it isn’t cast off soon.
News/News Feature - Posted 30 Sep 2008 By
Intended markets include Duplication Houses and Service Bureaus, Event Videographers, Producers, Corporate applications, and any other environment where small to medium runs of copy protected DVD Video projects need to be produced
News/Breaking News - Posted 18 Sep 2008
Provides a reliable yet effective anti-rip solution for protecting DVD video without adding extra steps to existing workflow processes
News/Breaking News - Posted 17 Sep 2008
Stephen Nathans-Kelly | Today Dell Computer announced the first Qflix recordable drives, and Sonic Solutions' bid to take burn-to-DVD downloads to the Hollywood mainstream gets its official market launch
News/News Feature - Posted 15 Sep 2008 By
Software provides movie enthusiasts with quick, easy access to DVD movie collections from personal computer hard drives
News/Breaking News - Posted 08 Sep 2008
Many people say that when the movie download business really takes off it will be thanks to the simplicity offered by an emerging new breed of broadband-connected set-top boxes.
News/News Feature - Posted 06 Aug 2008
The Motion Picture Association of America recommends DreamStream's media streaming technology for use by the major film studios as a solution to digital piracy
News/Breaking News - Posted 02 Jul 2008
Hugh Bennett | When working with Blu-ray, the need to enter into and comply with various license agreements differs depending upon the circumstance. Since most videographers and duplicators deal in single or (at most) a few hundred discs at a time, the author of EMedialive's Authoritative Blu-ray Disc (BD) FAQ will address licensing issues that pertain to situations where BD content is distributed on writable rather than pressed discs.
News/News Feature - Posted 26 Jun 2008 By
Mark Fritz | Will Qflix fix the DVD download market? Is CSS crucial?
News/News Feature - Posted 20 Jun 2008
Mark Fritz | Is DVD-burning the missing magic ingredient that will save the struggling online movie download market? Two legitimate pioneers and many illegitimate pirates are experimenting.
News/News Feature - Posted 10 Jun 2008
Mark Fritz | Is the DRM used by many movie download sites so inherently restrictive that it creates a "consumer-hostile" marketplace that inhibits market growth?
News/News Feature - Posted 03 Jun 2008 By
The road to success for the online movie download industry is strewn with roadblocks, potholes, and other obstacles that must be fixed or cleared away.
News/News Feature - Posted 19 May 2008 By
Debbie Galante Block | How accurate is the notion that consumers will have dispensed with optical disc and moved on to electronic distribution before Blu-ray establishes itself in the home movie market?
News/News Feature - Posted 09 May 2008
Mark Fritz | In Part 1 of a 4-part series on DVD downloads and their impact on the optical media market and distribution of entertainment content, we'll look at some of the major DVD and digital movie download vendors and how the market is initially shaping up.
News/News Feature - Posted 05 May 2008 By
Geoff Daily | The future of Blu-ray is the networked experience made possible by BD-Live, but its potential is limited by the BD player's old school remote control. Enter BD Touch, a new solution from NetBlender for expanding the possibilities of BD-Live by combining the awesome power of the iPhone with Blu-ray.
News/News Feature - Posted 25 Apr 2008 By
Standards will provide uniformity in the communication of product data by content suppliers to retailers and in the nomenclature used to convey that data
News/Breaking News - Posted 24 Apr 2008
Europe's premier DVD film content locking and billing mechanism has finally launched in the USA
News/Breaking News - Posted 21 Apr 2008
Finally, a true solution for securing software and documents from unauthorized copy and use, specifically designed for the professional DVD-R duplication industry and in-house productions of sensitive information
News/Breaking News - Posted 17 Apr 2008
Debbie Galante Block | While strides have been made in terms of disc piracy, it never really ends, particularly outside of the U.S. But the good news for replicators and content creators and others in the industry is that pirate seizures are up.
News/News Feature - Posted 11 Apr 2008 By
With today's release of version of AnyDVD HD it is now possible to make backup security copies of Blu-ray discs protected with BD+
News/Breaking News - Posted 19 Mar 2008
Opening appellate brief filed with the California Court of Appeal in its case against Kaleidescape for breach of the CSS license agreement
News/Breaking News - Posted 17 Dec 2007
Strong Security Application Combined With a Self Recordable Media Based On a CD-R
News/Breaking News - Posted 26 Nov 2007
Technology Selected as Standard by Blu-ray for Content Security Platform Known as BD+
News/Breaking News - Posted 19 Nov 2007
Debbie Galante Block | Using "One-Time" technology developed by Clear-Vu, Checkpoint Systems, and Viva Magnetics, libraries have become successful early adopters for RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) technologies for their DVD/CD holdings, and may help pave the way for retail to begin using RFID to increase security as well.
News/News Feature - Posted 12 Nov 2007 By
Lost CD/DVD files? Don't panic. Try CDRoller.
News/Breaking News - Posted 05 Nov 2007
Debbie Galante Block | New copy protection technology designed for videographers and other small-shop media producers with low cost-of-entry and digital and analog DVD protection.
News/News Feature - Posted 08 Oct 2007 By
CSS-MR Ready Products Available for Consumers, OEMs, and Replicators
News/Breaking News - Posted 26 Sep 2007
Verance Yesterday Announced that it is Licensing Content Protection Technology Adopted by AACS and Major Motion Picture Studios to Blu-Ray and HD-DVD Manufacturers
News/Breaking News - Posted 03 Jul 2007
Program includes the BD+ Specifications and Agreement for BD+ Adopters (Player/Chip Manufacturers), as well as BD+ Content Participants and authorized BD+ code developers
News/Breaking News - Posted 29 Jun 2007
TitleMatch DVD On-Demand service and Primera disc publishers provide a complete, turnkey solution to produce secure DVD titles at retail stores
News/Breaking News - Posted 27 Jun 2007
Mainstream entertainment industry's most popular rip control technology now available to independent producers nationwide who create Recordable DVD-Video products
News/Breaking News - Posted 27 Jun 2007
Debbie Galante Block | As live event video producer working in the stage, sports, or worship market whose business depends on volume sales, how do you prevent one customer from buying a single DVD and duping 100 copies? Rimage Corporation has a new solution they claim to be strong, seamless, and reasonably priced.
News/News Feature - Posted 01 Jun 2007 By
Updates available in the following categories: Compatibility; Device Connections; Industry Support, Prices and Availability; References, Suggested Reading
News/Breaking News - Posted 24 May 2007
Newly trademarked anti-piracy system can be licensed to labels, artists, and movie companies
News/Breaking News - Posted 22 May 2007
EMedialive announces updates to The Authoritative HD DVD FAQ in the following categories: VI. Compatibility; VIII. Device Connections; IX. Industry Support, Prices, and Availability; XI. References, Suggested Reading, and Resources.
News/Breaking News - Posted 25 Apr 2007
Retailers can now make new profits by offering downloaded video content on DVDs that are legal, secure and reliable
News/Breaking News - Posted 12 Apr 2007
Hugh Bennett | Some suggest the conflict between Blu-ray Disc (BD) and HD DVD can be resolved by simply offering devices compatible with both formats. I’m not so sure. It’s easy to paint a rosy picture of peaceful coexistence, but compromise comes at a price.
News/News Feature - Posted 03 Apr 2007 By
Judge rules that Kaleidescape is in full compliance with the DVD Copy Control Association’s license to the Content Scramble System, the method used to encrypt video and audio data on DVDs
News/Breaking News - Posted 30 Mar 2007
Providing professional digital publication solutions with complete copy protection technology to the industry through the use of HexaLock CD copy protection technology and Microtech publishing systems
News/Breaking News - Posted 23 Mar 2007
Geoff Daily | As with DVD, proper testing is essential for producing a quality, replication-ready HD disc. Given the more complex inner workings of next-gen discs and the current state of the technological ecosphere built up around these products, testing disc images has produced a string of challenges.
News/News Feature - Posted 16 Mar 2007 By
Debbie Galante Block | Kestrel Wireless uses RFID-based technology to engineer new replicator-implemented DVD copy protection scheme
News/News Feature - Posted 03 Feb 2007 By
Confirms that AACS Title Keys have appeared on public web sites without authorization
News/Breaking News - Posted 24 Jan 2007
New information on Total Hi Def Discs and more
News/Breaking News - Posted 11 Jan 2007
EMedialive announces updates to The Authoritative Blu-ray Disc (BD) FAQ in the following categories: Compatibility; Physical, Logical, and Application Specifications; Industry Support, Prices and Availability; References, Suggested Reading, and Resources.
News/Breaking News - Posted 11 Jan 2007
Sonic's Jim Taylor exlpains how the discs will combine the technology of physical discs with the Web 2.0 economics of digital distribution
News/News Feature - Posted 05 Jan 2007
Debbie Galante Block | MOD Systems, based in Seattle, offers technology that provides solutions for digital media on three fronts: in the corporate arena, in the retail space, and for consumers, and synergistically merges digital and physical media distribution.
News/News Feature - Posted 04 Jan 2007 By
Debbie Galante Block | Using discs as marketing tools is not a new idea, but "a new gray area is emerging," says InMOD president Ross O'Brien, "as a niche market where content owners are not looking to Madison Avenue anymore for their marketing and advertising. Our philosophy is built around quantifiable results for marketing and brand recognition."
News/News Feature - Posted 30 Sep 2006 By
Editorial/FAQ - Posted 29 Sep 2006 By
Hugh Bennett | Justified as necessary protection in a free-for-all world, condemned as yet another shackle of capitalist oppression and circumvented at every turn, Regional Playback Control is now the latest problem for next-generation Blu-ray Disc (BD) and HD DVD.
News/News Feature - Posted 25 Sep 2006 By
First Blu-ray title with AACS & ROM Mark shipped on September 20, 2006 using the Sony PTM LBR and DCA DiscTag Enabled products
News/Breaking News - Posted 20 Sep 2006
Editorial/FAQ - Posted 28 Aug 2006 By
Commercial vendors can create protected DVDs on kiosks and in small custom runs
News/Breaking News - Posted 11 Aug 2006
Software being offered as an optional module for EclipseSuite
News/Breaking News - Posted 18 Jul 2006
KOCH download catalog includes hundreds of DVDs
News/Breaking News - Posted 22 Jun 2006
Macrovision ACP Solution to Facilitate Industry and Consumer Adoption of High Definition DVD Content
News/Breaking News - Posted 05 Jun 2006
Robust Blu-ray Disc solution enables high-definition playback, recording, and burning on notebook and desktop PCs
News/Breaking News - Posted 02 Jun 2006
Virtually any content type can now be protected from illegal copying and use, according to HexaLock
News/Breaking News - Posted 06 Mar 2006
"Largest capacity fingerprint USB Flash drive in the world"
News/Breaking News - Posted 05 Jan 2006
Combines CD-R and CD-ROM technology to produce advanced hybrid products for the consumer and business communities
News/Breaking News - Posted 12 Dec 2005
Sisvel to arrange independent patent evaluation effort in digital media technology
News/Breaking News - Posted 22 Jul 2005
License supports activated content efforts to help music industry deter piracy of pre-release music as well as unauthorized music and game downloads
News/Breaking News - Posted 08 Jul 2005
New network backup and archive solution uses Rimage CD and DVD publication equipment to offer data protection to small and medium-sized businesses
News/Breaking News - Posted 29 Jun 2005
Protection portfolio enhanced by DAT USB tape drives
News/Breaking News - Posted 28 Jun 2005
Movie clip extraction software trials and upgrades available for download
News/Breaking News - Posted 21 Jun 2005
Software enables unauthorized DVD duplication, Macrovision says
News/Breaking News - Posted 21 Jun 2005
New patent includes system of rewarding legitimate owners of copyrighted media
News/Breaking News - Posted 31 May 2005
Technology could provide content protection for high-definition optical media
News/Breaking News - Posted 31 May 2005
Company implements playback and burning protection
News/Breaking News - Posted 06 May 2005
DualDiscs contain separate audio and DVD sides
News/Breaking News - Posted 03 May 2005
Commercial release of StarForce Protection Studio announced
News/Breaking News - Posted 26 Apr 2005
Companies join seven other DVD technology developers
News/Breaking News - Posted 19 Apr 2005
Companies offer service providers an end-to-end solution
News/Breaking News - Posted 01 Apr 2005
Writes DVD-9 titles to DVD+R DL
News/Breaking News - Posted 21 Mar 2005
New agreement provides advanced anti-piracy solution
News/Breaking News - Posted 08 Mar 2005
Sizeable percentages of rippers okay with some restrictions
News/Breaking News - Posted 01 Mar 2005
Software Designed to Combat DVD Piracy
News/Breaking News - Posted 01 Mar 2005
System offers an analog and digital DVD content protection solution
News/Breaking News - Posted 18 Feb 2005
CoreMedia presents new technology with HP and IBM
News/Breaking News - Posted 15 Feb 2005
New software offers scalability, replication, and LDAP integration
News/Breaking News - Posted 15 Feb 2005
Companies to Extend Secure Flexibility for On-Demand Entertainment
News/Breaking News - Posted 04 Feb 2005
Company solutions benefit both consumers and producers
News/Breaking News - Posted 25 Jan 2005
Teaming up to protect Bollywood from piracy
News/Breaking News - Posted 18 Jan 2005
New edition offers 2004-2008 forecasts
News/Breaking News - Posted 23 Nov 2004
The U.S. Copyright Office has proposed an alternative to the much-criticized “Induce Act.” But critics say it does little to change the fact that the bill would essentially undercut the landmark 1984 Betamax decision.
News/News Feature - Posted 05 Oct 2004 By
Acacia Research doesn't create technology; it purchases the rights to patents that are the result from other people's work, then proceeds to collect licenses from anyone who's using the technology.
News/News Feature - Posted 29 Sep 2004 - October 2004 By
Microsoft, Real, Apple, Macromedia, and other media player producers like to brag about market penetration, but what do those numbers really mean?
News/News Feature - Posted 08 Sep 2004 - September 2004 By
When three-fifths of Guns N’ Roses re-grouped this year as Velvet Revolver, they not only had a new name and a new singer, but a new twist on keeping their music out of pirates’ hands.
News/News Feature - Posted 07 Sep 2004 - October 2004 By
Virtually any content type can now be protected from illegal copying and use
News/Breaking News - Posted 20 Aug 2004
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News/Breaking News - Posted 17 Aug 2004
SunnComm’s new technology will enhance security for MediaMax-protected discs
News/Breaking News - Posted 03 Aug 2004
Specially encrypted discs, known as screeners, would be earmarked for a specific academy voter and would play only on that person's machine.
News/Breaking News - Posted 06 Jul 2004
HP LightScribe Direct Disc labeling, announced several new licensees including leading consumer electronics and software companies.
News/Breaking News - Posted 29 Jun 2004
Protects both CD-ROMs and CD-RX media
News/Breaking News - Posted 16 Apr 2004
Embattled software firm 321 Studios got slammed from both coasts in late February, with U.S. district court judges in California and New York ruling that the St. Louis company had to stop producing and marketing its DVD X Copy software. Next stop: the same court that shut down Napster.
News/News Feature - Posted 12 Apr 2004 - April 2004 By
Stephen F. Nathans | The movie industry's assault on 321 Studios is outrageous entertainment-biz dirty pool, and I applaud 321 for fighting back. I only wish I would have applauded them louder and sooner.
News/News Feature - Posted 09 Mar 2004 - April 2004 By
Enables direct recording of "copy-once" content from digital broadcast signals
News/Breaking News - Posted 02 Mar 2004
Company urges consumers to fight "fair use paradox"
News/Breaking News - Posted 02 Mar 2004
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Column/Glass Houses - Posted 27 Feb 2004 - April 2004 By
DVDXCOPY's built-in piracy prevention measures prove up to snuff
News/Breaking News - Posted 10 Feb 2004
Alleges DMCA violation
News/Breaking News - Posted 09 Jan 2004
New extension of SD
News/Breaking News - Posted 05 Jan 2004
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When HDTV sweeps the digital entertainment world, content creators will have two choices: leave content unprotected and expose it to piracy, or enforce copy protection and potentially alienate millions of viewers. Here we examine the piracy risks of unprotected HDTV, reveal industry copy protection standards, and provide guidelines of how and when to use HDTV copy protection.
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