Posts Tagged ‘audio watermarking’

Audio Watermark May Be DRM Watershed

Thursday, August 16th, 2007

Audio watermarking is the process of encoding information into audio that will uniquely identify that recording. A successful audio watermark must be robust, inaudible and unique – a difficult set of criteria to achieve, but that is exactly what Activated Content have done. Their watermarks are effectively undetectable by ear, remain unaffected by compression or re-recording of the source, and each recording can have its own identifier…