Copy protection developers try to combine functionality with security. So far they have only been able to create crippled audio CDs with very little copy procteion. Macrovision’s latest makes use of the Windows Media Digital Rights Management, developed of course by Microsoft.
Macrovision Corporation (Nasdaq: MVSN) announced today that it has released its latest music protection product - the CDS-300 multi-level protection and rights management solution for music CDs. CDS-300 provides the highest level of copy protection while offering a robust and seamless user experience with flexible usage rights.
CDS-300’s dual session functionality provides consumers greater value with copy-protected CDs by offering a robust user experience that seamlessly creates playlists, exports to portable devices or makes authorized burns to a CD, and with one-click access to bonus content on the disc or premium content via web links. The product provides full playability of music CDs on audio CD/DVD players and PCs.Source: TMCnet