Twyford, United Kingdom—Oct 3, 2007
DTS Digital Cinema Announces Implementation of Philips CineFence Forensic Watermarking on FilmStore® Digital Cinema Player
DTS Digital Cinema today announced that it has implemented the Philips CineFence forensic watermarking technology on its FilmStore® Digital Cinema Player as part of its commitment to continue providing solutions that support DCI specifications for digital cinema.
DTS-DC has implemented CineFence technology in line with its singular focus on supporting all elements of the motion picture industry’s transition to digital cinema. The FilmStore® Digital Cinema Player, into which the technology has been integrated, is part of the FilmStore Content Management System, an innovative and comprehensive suite of products and software that have been engineered to support the build-out and operation of an industry-wide digital cinema infrastructure.
Philips CineFence forensic watermarking is a technology designed especially for the digital cinema environment to support increased measures to protect content that is delivered in a digital format. According to Ronald Maandonks, Senior Director of Business Development for Philips, “We are very pleased to add DTS Digital Cinema to our growing list of customers who have implemented our content protection technology. Their long history as an innovator in the cinema industry and their decision to select Philips CineFence speaks volumes about the ease of integration and the high quality of our product.”
Don Bird, Senior Vice President, Corporate Strategy and Business Development for DTS-DC commented: ‘DTS-DC is committed to maintaining on-going support for the evolving digital cinema standards. We are pleased to offer Philips’ CineFence content protection technology in our FilmStore digital cinema player. This enables an important step toward increased security for content owners, while keeping in line with our mission to provide the best possible technologies and solutions for our customers.’
 CineFence is a registered trademark of Royal Philips Electronics. It is part of the extensive content protection portfolio from Philips Content Identification designed to protect assets and unlock value. Based on its proprietary watermark- and fingerprint technology, Philips Content Identification is committed to provide state-of-the-art solutions and services that enable both the entertainment industry and the consumer to optimally sell, share and distribute audio and video content with respect for copyrights. www.philips.com/ci