microsoftVideo producers can now use Windows Media ® technologies to produce a true, high-definition video DVD that can be played on suitably equipped computers. The Microsoft ® Windows Media High Definition Video (WMV HD) DVD ROM specification defines a collection of playback components and encoding requirements that enables content providers to create DVDs with true high-definition video (720p or greater, at 24 frames per second) and multi-channel audio (5.1 or 7.1). The WMV HD DVD ROM specification also includes a digital rights managment (DRM) specification that enables content owners to protect their files by using Windows Media DRM technology. The WMV HD DVD specifications do not rely on any new software. All discs produced should be readable on a computer using only Microsoft components installed by default with Microsoft Windows ® XP or Windows XP Media Center Edition 2004; this includes Internet Explorer 6 and Windows Media Player 9 Series. read more...
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