CMLA and UltraViolet™

UltraViolet™ is a groundbreaking service that delivers a new way to collect and enjoy video entertainment. Consumers will have the freedom to purchase, collect, share, and watch movies and TV shows in ways not before possible. A personal digital library provides access to purchased UltraViolet™ content – both at home and on-the-go across a wide range of devices, from computers to mobile devices to a range of TV-connected devices.

UltraViolet™ is developed by the Digital Entertainment Content Ecosystem (DECE) - a cross-industry consortium with dozens of member companies, including leading movie studios, technology providers, consumer device makers, entertainment retailers and video service providers.

CMLA was an early proponent and partner with DECE and was the first DRM to be declared deployment-ready within the UltraViolet™ ecosystem. CMLA continues to actively support the development and deployment of UltraViolet™ services.

CMLA with OMA DRM v2 supports all UltraViolet™ usage models and content formats. The CMLA Technical Specification has been extended to support the Ultraviolet™ ecosystem including the Common File Format (CFF). CMLA offers addenda to the standard Client Adopter and Service Provider license agreements to enable UltraViolet™ products and services.



The UltraViolet™ Addendum to CMLA Client Adopter Agreement is available for download here.

The UltraViolet™ Addendum to CMLA Service Provider Agreement is available for download here.

CMLA Agreements

You can find and download the CMLA License Agreements here.