Studios flesh out DECE universal video, DRM formats

5 01 2010

Move over, DVD-CSS, there’s a new video encryption system in town that promises to let users watch movies on nearly any device. Almost all of the major movie studios and a handful of tech companies have gathered to form the Digital Entertainment Content Ecosystem (DECE), an organization that hopes to set a standard for video encryption that would allow users to take content from device to device without sacrificing DRM. The group hopes to lay out its plans during this week’s Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, but it could face some of the same old obstacles.

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