DTLA News

  • 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.
  • April 05, 2017 - Updated Presentation on DTCP2 to Copy Protection Technical Working Group

    DTLA presented an update to the CPTWG on the progress of the "DTCP2" protection system for advanced video formats (including Ultra HD, HD with HDR, etc.) as well as current video formats.
  • March 27, 2017 - Presentation on DTCP2

    DTLA will make a presentation on DTCP2 to the Copy Protection Technical Working Group on April 5, 2017. The meeting will be held at the Hilton Los Angeles Airport, beginning at 10:00 a.m. PDT.
  • January 27, 2016 - DTCP2 presentation to Copy Protection Technical Working Group

    DTLA updated the CPTWG on the progress of its forthcoming "DTCP2" protection system for advanced video formats (including Ultra HD, HD with HDR, etc.) as well as current video formats.
  • July 30, 2015 - DTLA releases new Adopter Agreement version

    DTLA has issued a revision to the Adopter Agreement (June 2015 version) for new and renewing Adopters.
  • June 19, 2015 - Update - Certificate Licenses for DLNA Vidipath

    DTLA has posted an updated license offered to DLNA Service Provider Members for use of DTLA-generated certificates for Vidipath servers.
  • May 14, 2015 - Certificate Licenses for DLNA Vidipath

    DTLA has posted licenses offered to DLNA Members for use of DTLA-generated certificates for Vidipath clients and servers.
  • May 05, 2015 - Update - CableLabs Review of Recently Added DTCP-IP Elements Complete

    DTLA confirmed with CableLabs that it is unnecessary to obtain approval for the Remote Access feature of DTCP-IP. Therefore, review of the "DTCP+" features of DTCP-IP is complete under the DFAST Technology License Agreement for Unidirectional Digital Cable Products and the tru2way License Agreement for bidirectional devices.
  • February 03, 2015 - CableLabs Confirms Approval of Elements Added to DTCP-IP

    DTLA announced that CableLabs has approved use of the Digital Only Token, Content Media Information ("CMI"), and Copy Count features of DTCP-IP for all CableLabs content protection technology licenses, including the DFAST Technology License Agreement for Unidirectional Digital Cable Products and the tru2way License Agreement for bidirectional devices.
  • March 10, 2014 - Approval of the Nagra Media PRM-LP from Nagravision, SA

    DTLA announced the approval of the Nagra Media PRM-LP technology from Nagravision, SA for the reprotection of Decrypted Data, including for use with Analog Sunset Token Content and Digital Only Token Content.
  • August 23, 2013 - Approval of the NSM technology from NSM Initiatives LLC

    DTLA announced the approval of the NSM technology from NSM Initiatives LLC for the persistent storage and/or reprotection of Decrypted DT Data, including for use with Analog Sunset Token Content.
  • April 25, 2013 - Approval of Reprotection Technologies

    DTLA has updated its list of approved technologies for the persistent storage and/or reprotection of Decrypted DT Data for technologies approved for use with Analog Sunset Token Content and/or Digital Only Token Content.
  • October 15, 2012 - Revised Adopter Agreement

    The October 2012 version of the Adopter Agreement is available here for immediate execution.
  • July 24, 2012 - Revised Adopter Agreement

    July 2012 version of the Adopter Agreement is available here for immediate execution.
  • July 16, 2012 - DTLA announced approval of the Sony MG-R(SVR) for EMPR

    DTLA announced approval of the Sony MG-R(SVR) for EMPR as an authorized protection technology for persistent storage and output of content that has been protected using DTCP. Details can be found here.
  • June 20, 2012 - New Informational Version of Specification for MOST AES-128

    DTLA has posted an informational version of DTCP Volume 1 Supplement H, Mapping DTCP to MOST AES-128 Revision 1.0.
  • April 16, 2012 - Approval of Nagra Media PRM

    DTLA announced approval of the Nagra Media PRM technology as an authorized protection technology for persistent storage and output of content that has been protected using DTCP. Details can be found here.
  • January 12, 2012 - Revision 1.4 update

    The V1SE1 Informational Revision 1.4 has been updated to correct an editorial error in Figure 6 of V1SE 10.4.1.
  • December 15, 2011 - DTCP +

    DTLA has updated DTCP with four new features:
    1. A Digital Only Token to support new early window business models and AACS.
    2. A "media agnostic" method to carry Content Management Information in all DTCP transports.
    3. A Copy Count control.
    4. Remote access capability.
    Here's an overview presentation summarizing these features.

    DTLA has posted new informational versions of the Volume 1 and Volume 1 Supplement E specifications, a revised Adopter Agreement, a revised Content Participant Agreement, and a revised IP Statement.
  • December 08, 2011 - Approval of Samsung Conditional Access System

    DTLA announced approval of the Samsung Conditional Access System (SCAS) as an authorized digital output protection technology for certain content that has been protected using DTCP. Details can be found here.
  • May 03, 2011 - Approval of IPRM-HN

    DTLA announced approval of IPRM-HN, licensed by Motorola Mobility, Inc., as an authorized protection technology for persistent storage and output of content that has been protected using DTCP. Details can be found here.
  • April 25, 2011 - Approval of Marlin Technology for Import

    DTLA announced approval of the Marlin Technology for Import as an authorized protection technology for persistent storage of certain content that has been protected using DTCP. Details can be found here.
  • October 22, 2010 - Release of Revised Specification Supplement E

    DTLA released revisions to its Specification Supplement E to its Adopters. An informational version of the revision is available DTCP Volume 1 Supplement E Mapping DTCP to IP, Revision 1.31 (Informational Version).
  • July 23, 2010 - Approval for use of DTCP for 'Freeview UK'

    DTCP publishes its revised IP Statement to permit the use of DTCP 'Copy One Generation' and 'EPN' encoding for certain content transmitted over the United Kingdom High Definition Digital Terrestrial Transmission system. Use of DTCP is permitted only in accordance with the Encoding Rules for that service, which are included in each of those documents. These Encoding Rules will be incorporated into DTLA's license agreements. DTLA's action follows the recent regulatory approval by Ofcom of the UK HD DTT proposed content management and compliance regime
  • April 02, 2010 - DTLA announces Specification update

    DTLA releases changes to the Specification and to the Adopter Agreement Compliance Rules to accommodate interoperability approval from AACS.
  • March 01, 2010 - Testing Extension

    DTLA announces a license "Extension" to enable DTCP compliance testing (e.g., for DLNA and other purposes) using content other than "Commercial Entertainment Content." This is a unilateral statement from DTLA. Adopters that comply with the terms of the Extension do not have to sign any additional documentation.
  • December 01, 2009 - DTCP in the UK

    The attached Notice and Revised IP Statement explain the Encoding Rules for DTCP for the forthcoming UK High Definition Digital Terrestrial Transmission system. Neither these Encoding Rules nor the revised IP Statement are currently effective. Encoding of DTCP for such transmissions is not permitted until further notice by DTLA, following final regulatory approval of the UK HD DTT proposed content management and compliance regime that includes the use of DTCP.
  • February 20, 2007 - New Adopter Agreement

    The June 2007 version of the Adopter Agreement (and associated Addendum) is available here for immediate execution.
  • December 10, 2006 - Approval of Persistent Storage Technology(ies)

    DTLA hereby notifies Adopter of certain proposed amendments to the DTCP Specification attached for Adopter review as described below. DTLA has approved the following technology(ies) for the persistent protected storage of content that has been delivered using DTCP, pursuant to Appendix B, Part 1, Section 2.2.1 of the Adopter Agreement: SAFIA, licensed by the SAFIA Group.
  • October 10, 2006 - DTCP-IP is approved by the DNLA

    DTCP-IP is approved by CableLabs for use on all unidirectional and bidirectional digital cable products under the DFAST, PHILA, CHILA, and DCAS licenses. This will promote a major advance in digital home networking of audiovisual and audio entertainment content -- enabling seamless transmission of protected cable content throughout the home, networked to other home gateways, servers, and content display and recording devices.
  • May 21, 2006 - DTCP-IP is approved by CableLabs

    DTCP-IP also is approved for use by the Digital Living Network Alliance ("DLNA"), and by the DVD Copy Control Association ("DVD CCA") to protect digital outputs from DVD Players and Integrated Products.
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