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|2.8 â€œConstrained Imageâ€ shall mean an image having the visual equivalent of no more than 520,000 pixels per frame (e.g., an image with resolution of 960 pixels by 540 pixels for a 16:9 aspect ratio). A Constrained Image may be attained by reducing resolution, for example, by discarding, dithering, or averaging pixels to obtain the specified value. A Constrained Image can be displayed using video processing techniques such as line doubling or sharpening to improve the perceived quality of the image. By way of example, a Constrained Image may be stretched or doubled, and displayed full-screen, on a 1000-line monitor.
2.12 â€œDecrypted DT Dataâ€ shall mean, with respect to any Licensed Product, DT Data that has been received by such Licensed Productâ€™s Sink Function and decrypted by such Licensed Product according to DTCP but has not been (a) protected by a one-generation copy protection technology identified or approved by DTLA pursuant to Sections 184.108.40.206 or 220.127.116.11 of Part 1 of this Exhibit B; (b) protected by a technology approved by DTLA pursuant to Section 4.4.4 of Part 1 of this Exhibit B or (c) passed to an output permitted by Part 1 of this Exhibit B.
2.13 â€œDT Dataâ€ shall mean Commercial Entertainment Content that has been encrypted and transmitted using DTCP. For avoidance of doubt, DT Data includes Decrypted DT Data.
2.15 â€œEPN Fieldâ€ shall mean the field or bits, described in the Specification, used to indicate that Commercial Audiovisual Content is to be protected using DTCP but that copy control restrictions are not being asserted over such content.
|4. SINK FUNCTION PERMITTED OUTPUTS
4.1 Generally. As set forth in more detail below, a Licensed Product shall not pass Decrypted DT Data, whether in digital or analog form, to an output except as permitted below.
4.1.1 Outputs, Video. A Licensed Product shall not pass any representation or conversion of the video portion of Decrypted DT Data to any output except:
18.104.22.168 Where Decrypted DT Data is output via an approved standard definition analog output in a manner pursuant to Section 4.2 of this Part of this Exhibit B;
22.214.171.124 Where Decrypted DT Data is output in a High Definition Analog Form in a manner pursuant to Section 4.3 of this Part of this Exhibit B;
126.96.36.199 Where Decrypted DT Data is output via a digital output in a manner pursuant to Section 4.4 of this Part of this Exhibit B; or
188.8.131.52 Where the Decrypted DT Data is encoded Copy Freely with the EPN Field unasserted, in which case there are no restrictions on output.
|4.3 High Definition Analog Output. Licensed Products shall not pass Decrypted DT Data to a High Definition Analog Output, except as set forth in this Section 4.3:
4.3.1 Licensed Products may pass Decrypted DT Data to a High Definition Analog Output as a Constrained Image.
4.3.2 Licensed Products that recognize and respond to the Image Constraint Token in accordance with the Specification may pass Decrypted DT Data to an output in High Definition Analog Form when authorized by the setting of the Image Constraint Token.
4.3.3 Licensed Products incorporated into Computer Products may pass Copy One Generation or No More Copies Decrypted DT Data without image constraint to SVGA (1024x768 and greater),
XGA(1024x768), SXGA and UXGA or similar computer video outputs that were widely implemented as of May 1, 2001 (but not to such typical consumer electronics outputs as NTSC, PAL, SECAM, SCART, YUV, S-Video and consumer RGB, whether or not such outputs are found on any Computer Product) in High Definition Analog Form for devices manufactured prior to December 31, 2005, unless otherwise notified by DTLA.
4.3.4 Licensed Products may pass Decrypted DT Data in High Definition Analog Form to a High Definition Analog Output where such Decrypted DT Data is encoded Copy Freely.
|2.2 Image Constraint. Adopter acknowledges that Content Participants are not permitted to encode, or direct to be encoded, Commercial Audiovisual Content so as to require Decrypted DT Data to be output as a Constrained Image except with respect to Prerecorded Media, Pay Television Transmission, Video-on-Demand, Subscription-on-Demand, Pay-Per-View, a new business model comparable to any of the foregoing or any other Conditional Access Delivery of a Program that (i) had a theatrical release or was released direct-to-video and (ii) is transmitted or delivered uninterrupted by Commercial Advertising Messages. Licensed Products that have a Source Function (a â€œSource Deviceâ€) shall set, in accordance with the Specification, the Image Constraint Token associated with a Program so as to permit any Licensed Product with a Sink Function to output such Program in High Definition Analog Form if such Source Device outputs such Program in unprotected High Definition Analog Form other than as permitted in Section 4.3.3 of Part 1 of Exhibit B. In addition, a Source Device shall set, in accordance with the Specification, the Image Constraint Token associated with a Program so as to permit any Licensed Product with a Sink Function to output such Program in High Definition Analog Form if such Program was not specifically encoded to output such Program as a Constrained Image when received by the Source Device.|