Sound specialist DTS has teamed up with video technology provider Digital Rapids to provide joint tools to support the DECE/UltraViolet DRM initiative.
DTS is showcasing its newly launched DTS MediaPlayer at the IBC exhibition in Amsterdam, using UltraViolet Common File Format (CFF) files created with the forthcoming version 2.0 of Digital Rapids’ Transcode Manager automated transcoding software.
Digital Rapids Transcode Manager 2.0 will feature encoding and multiplexing of a range of profiles of the DTS-HD codec, from lossless DTS-HD Master Audio down to low bit-rate DTS Express. Both products support UltraViolet CFF files and serve the standard’s goal of combining the benefits of cloud access with the power of an open, industry standard, according to the two companies.
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04 December 2020 @ 14:27:04 UTC