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  • The MXM vision Leonardo Chiariglione Presentation to MXM developers’ day London, 2009/06/30
  • The drivers of the “digital future” dream/1  First: the digital future dream  Digital audio and video will mean more network, more services, more equipment, more users  Telcos:  Video commmunication in addition to speech (sure)  TV on telcos’ network (maybe)  Driver of the new optical infrastructure  Broadcasters  Better pictures and audio  More pictures and audio The MXM vision 09/06/30 2
  • The drivers of the “digital future” dream/2  CE manufacturers  More devices for more services  IT manufacturers  More servers to manage and serve digital assets  IC manufacturers  More and more intelligent silicon  Telco manufacturers  More and more intelligent network equipment The MXM vision 09/06/30 3
  • MPEG the octopus 1. Video compression 2. Audio compression 3. 3D Graphics compression 4. Systems layer 5. Media composition 6. Transport 7. Media description 8. IPMP The lMXM vision 09/06/30 4
  • Multimedia Framework  Speech at 49th MPEG meeting, October 1999  “Every human is potentially an element of a network involving billions of content providers, value adders, packagers, service providers, resellers, consumers ...”  Looks like web 2.0 ante litteram – but it is not (partly)  MPEG-21 “Multimedia framework” is the suite of ISO/IEC standards providing the technologies that help realise the vision of diffuse trading of digital content  MPEG-21 is multi-year project involving hundreds of experts at the global level The MXM vision 09/06/30 5
  • MPEG-21 fundamentals  Digital Item: a structured digital object with a standard representation, identification and metadata  User: any Creator, End User or Intermediary that makes use of Digital Items in the MPEG-21 framework or interacts with other Users Transaction/Use/Relationship User A Digital Item (Content) User B Authorisation/Value Exchange The MXM vision 09/06/30 6
  • Some MPEG-21 technologies Technology Purpose Digital Item XML structure for Resources, Metadata etc. Digital Item Identification Identification of DIs and components IPMP Components Rights Management and Protection Tools Rights Expression Language Language to express machine readable rights Rights Data Dictionary Semantics of verbs used in REL Digital Item Adaptation Information describing adaptation Event Reporting Request and communication of ERs Digital Item File Format File Format for DIs Digital Item Streaming Streaming Format for DIs And more… The The MXM vision 09/06/30 7
  • From framework to platform  The Digital Media Project (DMP) was established on 1st December 2003 with the mission to  …promote continuing successful development, deployment and use of digital media that respect  Creator and rights holders rights to exploit their works  End user wish to fully enjoy the benefits of digital media  Various value-chain player interest to provide products and services  DMP has specified an “Interoperable DRM Platform” by  Adopting most MPEG-21 technologies  Adding a few that were missing  Making an OSS implementation (Chillout®) The MXM vision 09/06/30 8
  • Interoperable DRM Platform (IDP) specification v. 3.2 # 1 Value-Chain Functions and Requirements 2 Architecture 3 Interoperable DRM Platform 4 Use Cases and Value Chains 5 Registration and Certification Authorities 6 Terminology 7 Reference Software 8 End-to-end Conformance 9 Mapping of Traditional Rights and Usages to the Digital Space The MXM vision 09/06/30 9
  • A digital media value chain License 7 Domain Domain Provider Mgmt Identific. Device Device Device 4 12 6 Role 1 Verification 10 Device 2 4 4 9 1 Content Content Content 5 End-User End-User End-User Identific. Creation Provider Device Device Device Device Device Device 1 3 8 11 IPMP Tool Device Provider Identific. Device Device The MXM vision 09/06/30 10
  • Chillout® Chillout software Devices LPD CPD TPD CCD EUD DMD RVD DID DoID CID Libraries P2P Auxiliary Core Media Framework OS + Java platform + dependencies The MXM vision 09/06/30 11
  • From platform to middleware MXM Application 1 MXM Application 2 MXM Application 3 MXM MXM Application Engine A API A APIs MXM Device Orches- MPEG21 Digital trator File Item REL IPMP Engine Engine Engine Engine Engine M3W Pts 2-7 Media Security Content Frame- Scene Metadata Other Engine work Engine Engines Engine Engine OS Drivers, Accelerators, Controllers, etc. 09/06/08 CEDEO.net – Status report and prospects La proposta di Digital Media in Italia HW 12 2009/05/08 12 The MXM vision 09/06/30 12
  • A global market thanks to the MXM standard  MXM applications run on all MXM devices thanks to the standard MXM application API  MXM devices play MXM applications thanks to the standard MXM architecture  MXM components are competitively produced thanks to the standard MXM components APIs  Innovative business models are deployed because media-handling value chains are ease to design and implement TheThe MXM vision 09/06/30 13
  • From Middleware to Terminal  ITU-T SG 16 and MPEG, considering that  The ITU-T has been working on the definition of IPTV infrastructure and components  MPEG has been working to develop enabling technologies, some of which that can be used for IPTV services  have agreed on a joint project aimed at developing a common standard for “Advanced IPTV Terminal” (AIT) The MXM vision 2009/06/30 14
  • A vision for AIT  Give users the ability to seamlessly  Create  Publish  Distribute  Access  Pay/cash  Process  Re-distribute  Consume governed Advanced IPTV Services The MXM vision 2009/06/30 15
  • The benefits of Advanced IPTV Terminal  With an AIT standard a user in a value chain can  Perform the functions required by his role with an AIT available from the market  Compose his own User Interface with User Interfaces of other value chain users  Be apprised of how his service/content is being used in a value chain  Concurrently access and consume services from different service and connectivity providers  Perform transactions with any payment service provider  Consume governed content from any content/service provider  De-verticalisation of delivery, DRM and payment 16 2009/06/30 The MXM vision
  • Open Media Marketplace (DMP) Identify User Identify Content 1. Identify User Render Manage 2. Identify Content Content Resource 3. Manage Resource 4. Edit Resource Convert Unit Edit Resource 5. Manage Metadata 6. Deliver Content 7. Record Event Record User User Manage Default A B Metadata 8. Host Site 9. Negotiate Rights 10. Promote Entity Record Deliver Xaction Content 11. Record Transaction 12. Record Default Promote Record 13. Render Content Entity Event 14. Convert Unit Negotiate Host Rights Site The MXM vision 09/06/30 17
  • To know more… mpeg.chiariglione.org chillout.dmpf.org www.dmpf.org www.dmin.it The MXM vision 09/06/30 18