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Philips and Macrovision announce copy protection detect certification for video decoder devices


:...Philips and Macrovision announced today that Philips' new SAA7118 9-bit video decoder chip is the world's first video decoder device to receive full certification in accordance with Macrovision's newly issued Copy Protection Detect Specification Revision 1.00.

Macrovision's Copy Protection Detect technology, integrated into Philips' new decoder chip, ensures that source programming remains protected throughout the entire analog to digital conversion process, which prevents the permanent recording of copyrighted and copy protected content. The new integrated solution can be designed into set-top boxes, hard disc drive and DVD-recordable based personal TV entertainment systems, PCs and peripherals by manufacturers, and other companies wanting to ensure that their hardware is compliant with the Digital Millennium Copyright Act. (Editor's note: Please see today's release entitled: ``Philips Semiconductors Introduces New Single-Chip 9-Bit Video Decoder For Advanced PC And Consumer Video Applications.'').."



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