DVD video encryption update: Hollywood, having cake and
- Cease and DeCSS: DVD's Encryption Code Cracked. Parker, Dana j. // EMedia;Dec99, Vol. 12 Issue 12, p23
Comments on the cracking of the encryption code of digital video disc technology and the DeContent Scrambling System (DeCSS). Implication of the cracking of the CSS encryption; Mechanism of the CSS; Comments from Greg Maxwell, a network engineer and UNIX/Linux programmer.
- The new DVDs: Movies on a compact disc. // Consumer Reports;Jun97, Vol. 62 Issue 6, p6
Presents the results of product tests conducted on digital video disc (DVD) players. Panasonic DVD A300U; Panasonic DVD A100U; Toshiba SD2006; Comments on the technology of DVD; Intriguing features; Advice.
- Digital versatile discs: Lousy name, nifty technology. Manes, Stephen // PC World;Mar96, Vol. 14 Issue 3, p41
Focuses on the capabilities of digital video discs. Placing digital video in television and computer. Transfer rate; Downloading of programs.
- The verdict on digital videodisks. Wiener, Leonard // U.S. News & World Report;10/9/95, Vol. 119 Issue 14, p87
Discusses how a new type of compact disc (CD)-sized digital videodisks could consign the prerecorded VHS cassette to oblivion--if performance is what counts. How most people seem happy with plain old videotape; Technological improvements of the digital disk; When digital video will become...
- DVD drives: Definitely very delayed. McLaughlin, Laurianne; Glitman, Russell // PCWorld;Jan1997, Vol. 15 Issue 1, p62
Discusses digital video disc (DVD) technology. When it is expected to arrive in stores; Estimated price; The lack of movies or interactive titles that will be available for DVDs; Toshiba and Matsushita Consumer Electronics Company expected to be the first to market with DVD players; Toshiba...
- Packaging manufacturers anticipate exploding DVD market. Block, Debbie Galante // CD-ROM Professional;Nov96, Vol. 9 Issue 11, p15
Presents some of the Video Software Dealer Association's (VSDA) recommendations for digital video disc (DVD) packaging. Laserfile Inc.'s Laserfile DVD package; Snapper Box from Warner Media Services; TRAC PAC from Cler-Vu Products.
- Say hello (finally) to digital video. Baumohl, Bernard; Cole, Wendy // Time International (South Pacific Edition);01/13/97, Issue 2, p46
Discusses the digital video technology which will be on display at the 1997 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Nevada. Comparison to compact discs; The number of hardware manufacturers which plan to release digital video disc (DVD) players in spring 1997; Expected prices in the United...
- Matsushita develops low-noise visible laser diode for video disks. // Laser Focus World;Aug95, Vol. 31 Issue 8, p11
Reports on the development of a low-noise red-output laser diode that can be used for playing SD-format digital video disks (DVD) by Matsushita Electric Industrial Co. Ltd. Features of the device; Benefits; Applications.
- The next great gadget. Krantz, Michael; Granatstein, Lisa // Time;1/20/1997, Vol. 149 Issue 3, p66
Reports the debut of the digital video disc (DVD) at the 1996 Consumer Electronics Show in the United States. The benefits of DVD, along with digital television; When models of DVD players should reach the market; The questions regarding the availability of products, such as movie recordings;...