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In MPEG-21 parlance, there are Users. These include individuals, organizations, corporations, consortia, communities, governments, other standards bodies, etc. Users act in roles such as creators, consumers, rights holders, content providers, distributors, etc. User A and User B engage in a Transaction/Use/Relationship. They refer to a Digital Item. Under the transaction involving the Digital Item, there is an Authorization or Value Exchange. In order for this transaction to take place, six things need specification. These are:
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Basic MPEG-21 standards are scheduled for completion in 2002. This includes the DID (Digital Item Declaration) and DII&D (Digital Item Identification and Description). IPMP will take a while longer. For this reason, standards for digital rights management in streaming media will not exist until at least 2003. Streaming media will not be ready for prime time before then.
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Mobile media based on third-generation networks is another technology, essential for broad adoption of streaming media, which is suffering birth pains. There are precious few non-PC streaming media receivers designed for third-generation networks. Most of the network operators are struggling to get their infrastructure working to specification. Most will not be ready to handle streaming media content for some time to come. In the home and in the car, standards for wireless or optical retransmission to portable devices are still in flux. Economical technologies for the mobile streaming media consumer are at least two years away and,
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The Digital Item Declaration (e.g., a package, item or resource, including resources, metadata, and structure) The Content Representation (e.g., file format, codec, scalability, or header information) The Digital Item Identification and Description (e.g., unique identifiers, content descriptors, or resolution services) The Content Handling and Usage statement (e.g., storage management or content personalization) The Intellectual Property Management and Protection data (e.g., rights, permissions, encryption, and authentication) Terminals and Networks (e.g., event reporting, the e-commerce interface, performance metrics, or audit trail handles)
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more realistically, probably won t be widely available until 2005 at the earliest.
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Broadband receiving equipment for the home still consists of either a PC or an advanced set-top box. There are few home media gateways under development. The one ray of hope is the influx of network-aware and DVD-capable game consoles that will be released widely during 2002. I was able to find very little information about in-car streaming devices, except those touted by telematics vendors for the far future. The problem with in-car designs is that they must last the life of the car, so it is important that standards be settled. Otherwise, the automobile manufacturers wealthiest customers may find themselves with rapidly obsolete in-car entertainment systems, as standards and streaming technology continue to evolve. Appliances and receivers for streaming media are not going to appear until after the broadband networks are in place. This means that streaming media will be an add-on to other devices, rather than commanding purpose-built appliances. We can expect devices to begin to see the light of day some time after 2005. Today s streaming media-enabled PDAs and mobile phone handsets will have to suffice until then.
Finding a Killer Application
Killer applications, in some senses, cannot be predicted and planned. They result from overwhelming consumer demand. That means that killer applications will not emerge until the technology is capable of supporting them. SMS messaging was a surprise success. The original intention of providing cellular phones to children was to enable them to stay in touch with their parents. Who could have known that they would subvert their use to flirt and date, or form little communities SMS became a success because the technology was there and there were compelling reasons for a large user base to exchange low-cost, discreet (secret) messages. What seems certain is that a killer application for streaming media has not yet been deployed. My guess is that the ability to schedule all incoming digital messages and media and organize those from whatever place and receiver you happen to have will be the most likely candidate.
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