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NeTV2 - overlapping content on encrypted video signals. DMCA Lawsuit Progress

NeTV2 by Alphamax
An open video development board in a PCI express form factor that supports overlaying content on encrypted video signals. Let's bring open video to the digital age!

Bugfix and DMCA Lawsuit Progress

by Andrew H

Dear backers,
Things have been progressing quietly behind the scenes on NeTV2. Here’s two major developments that you might find particularly relevant.
First, the lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of the anti-circumvention provisions of section 1201 of the DMCA with respect to the NeTV2 is finally moving forward again. After a 2.5 year hiatus sitting on the judge’s bench, a ruling was made which is allowing the case to move forward toward a preliminary injunction that could enable much-requested features such as alpha blending and automatic colorspace selection, as well as finally opening the door for image processing and ML applications.
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Finally, if you have any ideas or applications for NeTV2 that rely upon the right to access to plaintext video, please add them to
Thanks to everyone who has logged an issue here – the US government has made an argument that the 1201 exemptions sought around the NeTV2 would only benefit a very limited audience. This public list of ideas helps refute this argument, as well as the argument that non-infringing applications of the NeTV2 hardware are just “hypothetical uses”. This list helps to explain to regulators why the features that would be enabled by access to the plaintext video streams rise above the level of a “mere inconvenience.”
Happy hacking,