#Insert an invisible digital watermark into an image
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#A digital asset may deserve a two-layer protection for its content. Digital signing with a DCCL crypto key pair is the first layer of protection. Embedding a digital watermark is the second layer of protection for a digital product.
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#About digital watermarking
When a digital work is distributed through online sales and streaming platforms, the version presented to the audience is often different from the original version created by the author. It affects file dimensions, format, audio richness, bitrate, color, printing, etc. and reduces the overall quality of the published file.
The digital signature and digital barcode themselves do not play any role here, because the information they provide is lost due to changes in the file structure. We need to introduce another tool to ensure data protection and confirm that the quality of the item is still at an acceptable level. The tool is called digital watermarking.
#How it works
Digital chip card technology ("DCCT") allows you to insert a digital copyright tag in the form of a digital watermark that cannot be removed regardless of changes to the file representing your digital work.
The embedded watermark is made adaptive, invisible and inaudible and does not compromise the original file in any way.
#Where to use
The watermarked files produced are easy to use, reliable, robust and available for distribution to digital music stores, stock photo sites, video streaming services, e-book stores, and online marketplaces.
You can use them as evidence in legal disputes and litigation. See more...