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 JVC announces copy protection system for Digital VHS
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Message Text: "..JVC has developed a new copyright protection system for prerecorded D-VHS content as well as in-home analog and digital recording. The superior copyright protection feature will be included within the D-VHS standard. This new standard makes it possible to develop and produce prerecorded HD (High Definition) video content as well as add momentum to the development of D-VHS hardware products.

The system will include Intelīs recently announced HDCP* (High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection) digital connection for both standard and high definition digital viewing experiences. The Intel system offers protection for uncompressed digital signals (baseband signal) over DVI* (digital visual interface). Additionally, the system will include several IEEE1394 compatible technologies including DV*, DTCP* (Digital Transmission Content Protection) and a JVC proprietary RDA (Related Device Authentication) System to react according to source obligations. These technologies will provide content owners protection while allowing consumer to record and play SD and HD digital video content. JVC will be calling on other hardware manufacturers to adopt this secure digital connection in the future.."

 
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