DLNA and DTCP-IP protocol stacks
And your TV device securely integrates within the home network!
Leveraging the rapid deployment of Ethernet, Wi-Fi, power line communication, and coax within households, the adoption rate of IP connectivity within Consumer Electronics devices is booming. The key issue of interoperability has been efficiently addressed by DLNA on the basis of UPnP. The DLNA consortium has reached a consensus: as of December 2011, more than 13 000 devices have received DLNA certification which translates into half a billion devices into consumers’ homes. To enhance the proposition and allow for the exchange of premium video content between DLNA devices within a multimedia home network, DLNA has specified a range of Commercial Video Profiles (CVP) based on Digital Transmission Content Protection-Internet Protocol (DTCP-IP).
A member of both DLNA and DTLA, iWedia has developed a full range of DLNA (controller, renderer, player and server) and DTCP-IP (source and sink) protocol stacks. CVP implementations are available as well.
- DLNA protocol stack compliant with DLNA Interoperability Guidelines 1.5 supporting Digital Media Server (DMS), Player (DMP), Renderer (DMR), and Controller (DMC) device classes. All supported DLNA device classes are certified
- Based on customized UPnP open source software (libupnp). UPnP software stack is compliant with UPnP AV Specification v1.0 and certified
- Ported on Linux and Android OS
- Supports Commercial Video Profiles (CVP) for the exchange of premium video contents within the home network containing:
- DTCP-IP source/sink compliant with DTCP Volume 1 Supplement E Mapping DTCP to IP rev 1.4
- RUI client/server based on CE-HTML (CEA-2014-B)
- Live TV extensions
- Supports variety of media containers (avi/divx, mp4, mov, MPEG2 TS/PS, Avchd, Matroska, flv, ogg) and media formats (also depending on the target hardware)