Expo2014-Pay TV Content Throughout Home

Report
Delivering Pay TV Content
throughout the Connected Home
Amol Bhagwat
Vice President & Vice-Chair, DLNA Board of Directors
Principal Architect, Video Application Technologies, CableLabs
DLNA VidiPathTM
Pay TV Content throughout the connected home
Laptop
Tablet
Smart TV
Wi-Fi
Ethernet
MoCA
HomePlug AV
HD-PLC
HPNA
Wi-Fi Direct
Service Provider
Set Top Box/Gateway
Game Console
Smart Phone
Blu-Ray Player
FCC IP Output Requirements
For Cable HD Set Top Boxes
• FCC 3rd CableCARD order requires Cable HD set-top-boxes to
implement IP output based on: “open industry standard that
provides for audiovisual communications including service
discovery, video transport, and remote control command passthrough standards for home networking”
– https://apps.fcc.gov/edocs_public/attachmatch/FCC-10-181A1.pdf
• The FCC determined that DLNA meets the requirements of an open
industry standard
– FCC Memorandum Opinion and Order DA 12-1910 (rel. Nov 28, 2102)
– http://transition.fcc.gov/Daily_Releases/Daily_Business/2012/db1128/DA12-1910A1.pdf
• FCC recently extended the compliance deadline for these
requirements to June 1, 2015
– http://transition.fcc.gov/Daily_Releases/Daily_Business/2014/db0404/DA14-461A1.pdf
Pay TV Content Delivery over Home Networks
Requirements
• Application Framework
– Consistent user interface across all devices
– Video playback within UI pages
– Supports regulatory and contractual services (EAS, Closed Caption,
Secondary Audio, Ad-insertion
– Rapid application development; faster upgrade cycle
– Serve applications from service provider network (cloud) or within home
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Content Protection
Media Formats
Network Qualify of Service
Device Diagnostics & Management
Supports Energy Save Operations
Authentication
DLNA VidiPath Specifications
Multi-Industry Standards-based Solution
VidiPath Server
VidiPath Client
Development Led by:
Key VidiPath Features
• HTML5 Remote User Interface (RUI)
– Mapping of TV Services signals to HTML5 APIs
• DTCP-IP Link Protection
• MPEG-2 and AVC Video in MPEG-2 TS and MP4
containers
• 3D Media Formats (conditionally mandatory for 3D
devices)
• HTTP Adaptive Delivery (MPEG-DASH)
• Priority-based Quality of Service
• Diagnostics (UPnP Device Management & IEEE P1905.1)
• Networked Devices Power Save (UPnP Low Power)
• Authentication of DLNA Certification (using DTCP-IP keys)
VidiPath Hybrid In-home + Cloud
Scenario
Cloud
HTML5
RUI/Server
2. HTML5 RUI Guide
1. Device and Service Discovery
Home
Network
VidiPath STB/
Gateway
3. Linear, On-Demand, DVR
Content
DLNA VidiPath TV
VidiPath In-home Only Scenario
2. HTML5 RUI Guide
1. Device and Service Discovery
Home
Network
VidiPath STB/Gateway
w/ RUI Server
DLNA VidiPath TV
3. Linear, On-Demand, DVR
Content
DLNA VidiPath Status
• Specifications published in March 2014
– Freely, publicly available at http://www.dlna.org/dlnafor-industry/guidelines
• Certification Program Launched
– http://www.businesswire.com/news/home/201409100
06139/en/DLNA-Launches-VidiPath-CertificationProgram-Retail-Products#.VBdyUUJoRDI
CableLabs’ VidiPath Client & Server
Open Source Reference Software
Web pages/Applications
DMP/DMR/
XDMR
QT Browser
Ext
CVP-2
Components
WebKit DLNA Ext
MPEG-DASH Auth
gstreamer
gUPnP
gStreamer Client
DLNA Ext
plugin
DTCP-IP
2D/3D
OpenSSL Ext
Library
Codecs
Frameworks
LPC
DIAGE
dLeyna/Rygel
Open Source Components
Developed
Open Source Components
Commercial Components
Linux (Ubuntu 14.04)
PC
Others
Platform
OS
Hardware
VidiPath Open Source Stack
Available at: http://html5.cablelabs.com/dlna-cvp-2/index.html
Amol A. Bhagwat
Vice President & Vice Chair, DLNA Board of Directors
Principal Architect, Video Application Technologies, CableLabs
[email protected]
303-661-3333

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