The DMP CRAu site is up and running. You can access it at http://crau.dmpf.org.

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This site is still under construction to accommodate comments. But you can already apply to become a CRAg candidate.

Just in time for the 20th DMP General Assembly the Chillout developers have delivered new installers for the WIMTV scenario – see rent a car bulgariahttp://wiki.dmpf.org/index.php/WIM-TV_trial_Installers

The scenario adds the banners streaming functionality for a resource with commercial licence.

The intallers point to a server located in Turin (thanks IRITI / CNR) and run an 1.0.1 instance of the chillout software. Check it out @ http://chillout.iriti.cnr.it:8080/chillout_cpd-1.0.0 !

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Portable Chillout

We are happy to present you microEUD, a new module written by Alberto Bruccini.

MicroEUD is an End User Device, designed for mobile systems and tested on Nokia N800 with GNU Classpath and Cacao JVM. MicroEUD uses the Chillout libraries (core, auxiliary, mediaframework) to play protected Resources bundled in DCFs using GStreamer. Actually, microEUD can:

  • Show content of a DCF (DCF Title, DCF Author, Resources titles, if they’re licensed/protected, etc)
  • play not protected nor governed resources
  • play governed resource if a valid license is bundled into DCF.
  • play protected resource if a valid license is bundled into DCF and if they were created by chillout CCD using Gstreamer desdrmtool at default control point and using microEUD der certificate (created at startup).
  • play clear streaming rtsp resources (but this feature is not working very well)

Because Alberto had some problems using JAXB classes on GNU Classpath, MicroEUD uses a xpath xml parser to parse the DCI bundled in a DCF and retrieve necessary informations; moreover, he wrote a “micro” version of SecurityManager using BouncyCastle libraries, because some classes used by chillout_core SecurityManager are not implemented yet by GNU Classpath.

MicroEUD supports all multimedia formats whose gstreamer codecs are available on Nokia N800. Tested formats are: mp3, wav, ogg, avi-divx.

Update: Alberto wrote a tutorial to install Chillout on N800 – see Chillout Wiki

More screenshots

This is the presentation given by Tiejun Huang as a part of DMP presentation at Queen Mary University of London at Jan. 25, 2008. Up to date progression of Chillout is integrated into the slides. It can be a tutorial materal for you to understand what Chillout is, what are inside and other overview information.

Chillout-the Reference Software for DMP Interoperable DRM Platform

Chillout installers

Everyone with a windows machine is kindly encouraged to try the Chillout installers.

On the mailing list of the DMP “grassroots movement” <dmp@chiariglione.org> Leonardo Chiariglione announced that he uploaded a document called A walkthrough in the Interoperable DRM Platform v. 3.0 specification. This document provides an overview of the Interoperable DRM Platform v. 3.0, which is the result of a project which started in 2003 on a mailing list.

Looking at Leonardo’s archive of our early work I think we have made good progress.

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Try out the new CCD!

With the new Content Creation Device you can publish your content in a governed fashion.

You can attach a license to your content (a Creative Commons-like approach) or you can choose to protect your content and only allow your friends to play it.

Get the new Content Creation Device by following the steps in this guide, it runs on Windows, Mac and Linux.

Enjoy :-)

Configure Resource

The Stationary Audio Visual Device (SAV) is the media player for Chillout content. The current implementation of the SAV is based on Java Media Framework (JMF), which has some limitations and drawbacks. The authors of DMP input document DMP1020 have proposed to adopt a C/C++ framework for the media decoding/rendering layer, while keeping the upper layer in Java.

Sav Architecture

Sav Architecture

New CCD GUI

Filippo wrote on the Chillout mailing list:

I have worked on the CCD GUI. The new code has been committed to the repository so you can run it and send your feedback. Please NOTE that the current CCD on the repository is not able to generate DCIs yet, therefore if you are currently using it, do not update the chillout_ccd module for a few days, until the GUI and the engine underneath will be re-connected. I will send an email as soon as this will happen. But instead if you are going to work on the CCD for implementing the missing features you are encouraged to do so.

The following slides are showing the new CCD functionalities that will be supported soon.