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This paper describes an interoperable Digital Rights Management architecture
promoted by the MPEG standardization group in its new standard known as
MPEG-M or MPEG Extensible Middleware (MXM). The goal of this standard is to
promote the packaging and reusability ofMPEG technologies, and for this it specifies
a software middleware platform and a complete set of APIs and protocols. These
APIs allow uniformly handling digital content and developing generic multimedia
applications, through a set of modules communicated with standard protocols. The
MXM standard provides the necessary mechanisms to digitally manage the rights
over Intellectual Property, the tools to protect the media and the means to grant the
rights enforcement, besides a rich set of libraries to reproduce the content.
CitationRodriguez, V. [et al.]. Interoperable digital rights management based on the MPEG Extensible Middleware. "Multimedia tools and applications", 2011, vol. 53, núm. 1, p. 303-318.
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