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§ 76.1908 Certain practices not prohibited.
Nothing in this subpart shall be construed as prohibiting a covered
(a) Encoding, storing or managing commercial audiovisual content within
its distribution system or within a covered product under the control
of a covered entity's commercially adopted access control method,
provided that the outcome for the consumer from the application of the
encoding rules set out in § 76.1904(a) and (b) is unchanged thereby
when such commercial audiovisual content is released to consumer
control and provided that all other laws, regulations, or licenses
applicable to such encoding, storage, or management shall be unaffected
by this section, or
(b) Causing, with respect to a specific covered product, the output of
content from such product in a format as necessary to match the display
format of another device connected to such product, including but not
limited to providing for content conversion between widely-used formats
for the transport, processing and display of audiovisual signals or
data, such as between analog and digital formats and between PAL and
NTSC or RGB and Y,Pb,Pr.
[ 68 FR 66735 , Nov. 28, 2003, as amended at 76 FR 40280 , July 8, 2011]
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