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TRANSFER OF ACTIVITIES TO THE HbbTV ASSOCIATION

As of 16 June 2014, the Open IPTV Forum has transferred its technical activities to the HbbTV Association. If you wish to take part in the stardardization activities that were in the scope of the Open IPTV Forum, you must do so as a member of the HbbTV Association. Membership information about the HbbTV Association can be obtained by contacting info@hbbtv.org.

The technical specification prodiced by the Open IPTV Forum are provided to the public via the specifications section below.

If you need to contact the Open IPTV Forum about any matter connected with the organization, you may do so at: contact@oipf.tv

All technical questions about the OIPF specifications should be referred to the HbbTV Association at: info@hbbtv.org

 

Specifications

OIPF

Current

Release 2 v1.0

20 Oct 2008

Volume 7 - Authentication, Content Protection and Service Protection R2 v2.3

Services and Functions for Release 2

Release 2 v2.0

12 Dec 2008

Volume 7 - Authentication, Content Protection and Service Protection R2 v2.3

Service and Platform Requirements

Release 2 v2.3

24 Jan 2014

Volume 7 - Authentication, Content Protection and Service Protection R2 v2.3

Functional Architecture

Volume 7 - Authentication, Content Protection and Service Protection R2 v2.3

Volume 1 - Overview

Volume 7 - Authentication, Content Protection and Service Protection R2 v2.3

Volume 2 - Media Formats

Volume 7 - Authentication, Content Protection and Service Protection R2 v2.3

Volume 2a - HTTP Adaptive Streaming

Volume 7 - Authentication, Content Protection and Service Protection R2 v2.3

Volume 3 - Content Metadata

Volume 7 - Authentication, Content Protection and Service Protection R2 v2.3

Volume 4 - Protocols

Volume 7 - Authentication, Content Protection and Service Protection R2 v2.3

Volume 4a - Examples of IPTV Protocol Sequences

Volume 7 - Authentication, Content Protection and Service Protection R2 v2.3

Volume 5 - Declarative Application Environment

Volume 7 - Authentication, Content Protection and Service Protection R2 v2.3

Volume 5a - Web Standards TV Profile

Volume 7 - Authentication, Content Protection and Service Protection R2 v2.3

Volume 6 - Procedural Application Environment

Volume 7 - Authentication, Content Protection and Service Protection R2 v2.3

Volume 7 - Authentication, Content Protection and Service Protection

XML Schemas R2 v2.3

XML Schemas

Release 2 v2.0

24 Jan 2014

Volume 7 - Authentication, Content Protection and Service Protection R2 v2.3

Profiles Specification

Release 2 Feature Package

2 Jun 2014

Volume 7 - Authentication, Content Protection and Service Protection R2 v2.3

Lawful Intercept for IPTV v1.0

30 May 2014

Volume 7 - Authentication, Content Protection and Service Protection R2 v2.3

Implementation Guideline for STB-less IPTV v1.0

Volume 7 - Authentication, Content Protection and Service Protection R2 v2.3

Content and Communication Services for Mobile and Portable Devices v1.0

Volume 7 - Authentication, Content Protection and Service Protection R2 v2.3

Additional Features for STB-less IPTV v1.0

1.0

3 Jun 2013

Web Standards TV Profile HTML

Web Standards TV Profile

 

Release 1 v1.0

14 Sep 2007

Volume 7 - Authentication, Content Protection and Service Protection R2 v2.3

Services and Functions for Release 1

Release 1 v1.1

7 May 2008

Volume 7 - Authentication, Content Protection and Service Protection R2 v2.3

Service and Platform Requirements

Release 1 v1.2

 

21 Sep 2012

Volume 7 - Authentication, Content Protection and Service Protection R2 v2.3

Functional Architecture

Volume 7 - Authentication, Content Protection and Service Protection R2 v2.3

Volume 1 - Overview

Volume 7 - Authentication, Content Protection and Service Protection R2 v2.3

Volume 2 - Media Formats

Volume 7 - Authentication, Content Protection and Service Protection R2 v2.3

Volume 3 - Content Metadata

Volume 7 - Authentication, Content Protection and Service Protection R2 v2.3

Volume 4 - Protocols

Volume 7 - Authentication, Content Protection and Service Protection R2 v2.3

Volume 5 - Declarative Application Environment

Volume 7 - Authentication, Content Protection and Service Protection R2 v2.3

Volume 6 - Procedural Application Environment

Volume 7 - Authentication, Content Protection and Service Protection R2 v2.3

Volume 7 - Authentication, Content Protection and Service Protection

Volume 7 - Authentication, Content Protection and Service Protection R2 v2.3

Errata 1

3 Sep 2012

XML Schemas R2 v2.3

XML Schemas

Release 1 v1.3

3 Sep 2012

Volume 7 - Authentication, Content Protection and Service Protection R2 v2.3

Profiles Specification

Release 1 v1.0

11 Mar 2010

Volume 7 - Authentication, Content Protection and Service Protection R2 v2.3

DAE Reference Guide

Release 1 v1.0

15 Nov 2010

Volume 7 - Authentication, Content Protection and Service Protection R2 v2.3

Test Specification Overview

 

Archive

Release 2 v2.2

4 June 2013

Volume 7 - Authentication, Content Protection and Service Protection R2 v2.3

Functional Architecture

30 May 2013

Volume 7 - Authentication, Content Protection and Service Protection R2 v2.3

Volume 1 - Overview

3 Jun 2013

Volume 7 - Authentication, Content Protection and Service Protection R2 v2.3

Volume 2 - Media Formats

30 May 2013

Volume 7 - Authentication, Content Protection and Service Protection R2 v2.3

Volume 2a - HTTP Adaptive Streaming

Volume 7 - Authentication, Content Protection and Service Protection R2 v2.3

Volume 3 - Content Metadata

Volume 7 - Authentication, Content Protection and Service Protection R2 v2.3

Volume 4 - Protocols

Volume 7 - Authentication, Content Protection and Service Protection R2 v2.3

Volume 4a - Examples of IPTV Protocol Sequences

Volume 7 - Authentication, Content Protection and Service Protection R2 v2.3

Volume 5 - Declarative Application Environment

Volume 7 - Authentication, Content Protection and Service Protection R2 v2.3

Volume 6 - Procedural Application Environment

Volume 7 - Authentication, Content Protection and Service Protection R2 v2.3

Volume 7 - Authentication, Content Protection and Service Protection

6 June 2013

XML Schemas R2 v2.3

Schemas

 

Release 2 v2.1

15 Mar 2011

Volume 7 - Authentication, Content Protection and Service Protection R2 v2.3

Functional Architecture

21 Jun 2011

Volume 7 - Authentication, Content Protection and Service Protection R2 v2.3

Volume 1 - Overview

Volume 7 - Authentication, Content Protection and Service Protection R2 v2.3

Volume 2 - Media Formats

Volume 7 - Authentication, Content Protection and Service Protection R2 v2.3

Volume 2a - HTTP Adaptive Streaming

Volume 7 - Authentication, Content Protection and Service Protection R2 v2.3

Volume 3 - Content Metadata

Volume 7 - Authentication, Content Protection and Service Protection R2 v2.3

Volume 4 - Protocols

Volume 7 - Authentication, Content Protection and Service Protection R2 v2.3

Volume 4a - Examples of IPTV Protocol Sequences

Volume 7 - Authentication, Content Protection and Service Protection R2 v2.3

Volume 5 - Declarative Application Environment

Volume 7 - Authentication, Content Protection and Service Protection R2 v2.3

Volume 6 - Procedural Application Environment

Volume 7 - Authentication, Content Protection and Service Protection R2 v2.3

Volume 7 - Authentication, Content Protection and Service Protection

20 May 2011

XML Schemas R2 v2.3

Schemas

 

Release 2 v2.0

7 Sep 2010

Volume 7 - Authentication, Content Protection and Service Protection R2 v2.3

Functional Architecture

Volume 7 - Authentication, Content Protection and Service Protection R2 v2.3

Volume 1 - Overview

Volume 7 - Authentication, Content Protection and Service Protection R2 v2.3

Volume 2 - Media Formats

Volume 7 - Authentication, Content Protection and Service Protection R2 v2.3

Volume 2a - HTTP Adaptive Streaming

Volume 7 - Authentication, Content Protection and Service Protection R2 v2.3

Volume 3 - Content Metadata

Volume 7 - Authentication, Content Protection and Service Protection R2 v2.3

Volume 4 - Protocols

Volume 7 - Authentication, Content Protection and Service Protection R2 v2.3

Volume 4a - Examples of IPTV Protocol Sequences

Volume 7 - Authentication, Content Protection and Service Protection R2 v2.3

Volume 5 - Declarative Application Environment

Volume 7 - Authentication, Content Protection and Service Protection R2 v2.3

Volume 6 - Procedural Application Environment

Volume 7 - Authentication, Content Protection and Service Protection R2 v2.3

Volume 7 - Authentication, Content Protection and Service Protection

Volume 7 - Authentication, Content Protection and Service Protection R2 v2.3

Errata 1

 

Release 1 v1.2

21 Jun 2011

Volume 7 - Authentication, Content Protection and Service Protection R2 v2.3

Profiles Specification

 

Release 1 v1.1

15 Jan 2008

Volume 7 - Authentication, Content Protection and Service Protection R2 v2.3

Functional Architecture

8 Oct 2009

Volume 7 - Authentication, Content Protection and Service Protection R2 v2.3

Volume 1 - Overview

Volume 7 - Authentication, Content Protection and Service Protection R2 v2.3

Volume 2 - Media Formats

Volume 7 - Authentication, Content Protection and Service Protection R2 v2.3

Volume 3 - Content Metadata

Volume 7 - Authentication, Content Protection and Service Protection R2 v2.3

Volume 4 - Protocols

Volume 7 - Authentication, Content Protection and Service Protection R2 v2.3

Volume 5 - Declarative Application Environment

Volume 7 - Authentication, Content Protection and Service Protection R2 v2.3

Volume 6 - Procedural Application Environment

Volume 7 - Authentication, Content Protection and Service Protection R2 v2.3

Volume 7 - Authentication, Content Protection and Service Protection

10 Mar 2011

Volume 7 - Authentication, Content Protection and Service Protection R2 v2.3

Errata 2

27 Jul 2010

Volume 7 - Authentication, Content Protection and Service Protection R2 v2.3

Errata 1

XML Schemas R2 v2.3

XML Schemas

 

Release 1 v1.0

14 Sep 2007

Volume 7 - Authentication, Content Protection and Service Protection R2 v2.3

Service and Platform Requirements

20 Sep 2007

Volume 7 - Authentication, Content Protection and Service Protection R2 v2.3

Functional Architecture

6 Jan 2009

Volume 7 - Authentication, Content Protection and Service Protection R2 v2.3

Volume 1 - Overview

Volume 7 - Authentication, Content Protection and Service Protection R2 v2.3

Volume 2 - Media Formats

Volume 7 - Authentication, Content Protection and Service Protection R2 v2.3

Volume 3 - Content Metadata

Volume 7 - Authentication, Content Protection and Service Protection R2 v2.3

Volume 4 - Protocols

Volume 7 - Authentication, Content Protection and Service Protection R2 v2.3

Volume 5 - Declarative Application Environment

Volume 7 - Authentication, Content Protection and Service Protection R2 v2.3

Volume 6 - Procedural Application Environment

Volume 7 - Authentication, Content Protection and Service Protection R2 v2.3

Volume 7 - Authentication, Content Protection and Service Protection

8 Oct 2009

Volume 7 - Authentication, Content Protection and Service Protection R2 v2.3

Profiles Specification

 

Root Certificates

Volume 5 ("DAE") of the Forum specifications references a list of root certificates that are required to be supported for the SSL and TLS protocols.

That list can be found in the spreadsheet available here (xls).

The contents of this spreadsheet were developed by the UK Digital TV Group whose contribution is very much appreciated by the Forum.

For an explanation of how the original list was derived by the UK DTG, please see:

http://www.dtg.org.uk/industry/DBook_Resources/dtgrootcert.html

Date updated: 30th March 2012 (by the UK DTG CTV Security Group)

Date published: 21st June 2012

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News and Events

Open IPTV Forum and HbbTV Association Merge their Activities

Joint Press Release

The members of the Open IPTV Forum and the HbbTV Association are pleased to announce that they have merged their future activities into a single organization within the legal structure of the HbbTV Association. This merger will be functional after June 16, 2014.

This decision is based on the recognition that the markets of OTT, HBB, and IPTV are coming closer together, and barriers between the models are becoming smaller. With this action, both the Open IPTV Forum and the HbbTV Association have chosen to react proactively and in a timely manner to these market trends.

With the recognition that there is a significant overlap between their activities and membership, as well as complementary work which could enhance both, the members of the Open IPTV Forum and the HbbTV Association have approved the plan to integrate OIPF’s future activities into the HbbTV organization.

There is a strong desire to continue to build on both organizations’ strengths through a merging of their activities in order to better serve the interests of all the stakeholders as well as the consumers in the markets that each organization currently serves. Both organizations’ members agree that the fastest and most efficient way to continue this partnership will be through the legal structure of the HbbTV Association.

Nilo Mitra, president of the Open IPTV Forum, commenting on his membership’s decision, said “The single organization we have created will ensure that the common platform based on the OIPF browser and used by HbbTV will evolve in a compatible way to serve all three types of service delivery models covered by both our members – over-the-top, hybrid broadcast/broadband and IPTV.”

Klaus Illgner, chairman of the HbbTV Steering Group adds: “We’re looking towards a converging future requiring us to adjust industry standards to changing market demands. By merging with the Open IPTV Forum, we’re continuing to take steps to remain at the forefront of trends in the TV industry.” He continues: “We are excited by this opportunity and welcome the new members from OIPF who will work with us to define the next wave of TV standards. The OIPF has been an industry leader in defining the IPTV evolution and we are excited to harness their expertise, insights and specifications into future HbbTV initiatives.”

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