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DSMCC: Digital Storage Media Command and Control
Digital Storage Media Command and Control (DSM-CC), Part 6 of MPEG-2, is an ISO/IEC standard developed to provide the control functions and operations specific to managing MPEG-1 and MPEG-2 bitstreams. These protocols may be used to support applications in both stand-alone and heterogeneous network environments. In the DSM-CC model, a stream is sourced by a Server and delivered to a Client. Both the Server and the Client are considered to be Users of the DSM-CC network. DSM-CC defines a logical entity called the Session and Resource Manager (SRM) which provides a (logically) centralized management of the DSM-CC Sessions and Resources.