Tech Companies come with SeeQVault-drm video on mobile devices By Dimitri Reijerman

Sep

18

2014

Panasonic, Samsung, Sony and Toshiba have rallied behind the SeeQVault standard, one with drm protected technology must to copy to a mobile device. Television recordings on a set-top box may include

SeeQVault Asian electronics manufacturers working since 2011 to the new DRM mechanism. SeeQVault is primarily intended for media storage on flash media, as reports TechRadar. Thus, video recordings can be saved to SD cards and USB sticks, but also embedded flash memory in a mobile phone. The video data is written is encrypted with a proprietary file format saved. SeeQVault-compatible devices such as mobile phones and tablets running Android or Windows Phone, should the videos can then play, with support for video-uhd soon be added to the standard to be set. SeeQVault also offers DRM mechanisms.

Panasonic, Samsung, Sony and Toshiba have rallied behind the SeeQVault technology. In Japan are now delivered the first devices that are compatible with the standard and short term have to comply. Include Blu-ray players with SD Card Reader, TVs and mobile devices to the standard However, Apple does not participate in the initiative which iOS devices can not do with SeeQVault content along.

Like technology will also offer. In Europe and the USA in addition to the Japanese market next year, the four electronics manufacturers In addition, the parties are still negotiating with content providers. For example, it remains to be seen whether consumers will have the ability to copy to an SD card so that it can move. Watched a blu-ray movie So far there is no permission given by the content industry.

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0 johnkeates
September 18, 2014 16:10
However, Apple does not participate in the initiative which iOS devices can not do with SeeQVault content along.
Why this sense must necessarily in the hell? Microsoft and Google do not count anyway? And then Android and Windows devices also do not SeeQVault content along?

And suppose it ultimately was not leaning on hardware, just software, then you can still also fine just to write an app? Bit of a shame such a sentence.

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