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HDCP 2.2 (Part 1 of 3): HDCP 2.2 Overview Recorded Webinar

This three-part webinar series takes the lid off HDCP 2.2 and HDMI 2.0, decrypting the keys to successful system design (groan). Part one looks at the evolution of HDCP: what it is, where it came from, and how HDCP 2.2 differs from the standard version 1.4. Written and presented by David Meyer, long-time HDMI and UHD subject matter expert, live from Australia!

Recorded on May 19, 2016.

Free to both members and nonmembers.
CEU Value: 1.0

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David Meyer
CEDIA

David is based in Melbourne, Australia. He is founder of Kordz, a digital connectivity specialist brand, HDMI 2.0 and HDBaseT Adopter, THX partner and CEDIA Supplier member. David personally heads product development for Kordz, and also actively contributes to industry standards and compliance. He is a member of CEDIA’s Technical Working Group, as HDMI & UHD Subject Matter Expert (SME) where work includes credited contribution to CEDIA’s HDMI Best Practices white paper series, co-author of CEDIA’s Ultra-HD/4K white paper initiative of 2013, and author and presenter of multiple HDMI focused courses, both as a CEDIA Certified Instructor and also independently. He is a member of the CEA’s Ultra-HD Working Group, has written numerous HDMI related articles for trade and consumer magazines, as well as several white papers on HDMI and associated technologies.

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