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New Whitepaper: Optimizing “Start to Playback” Performance with Adobe Access Content

November 11, 2013 | 119 Views

Viewer experience is crucial for everyone providing a video offering, but DRM is often considered to be a user experience burden. Adobe’s Eric Ha describes in his new white paper that this doesn’t have to be the case, outlines the steps that happen before DRM playback starts, and the optimization steps that can get applied. [...]Read More

How to Deploy Adobe Access DRM on iOS and Android

August 26, 2013 | 971 Views

In my previous DRM blog post, I explained the different levels of DRM content protection, and how to determine what the best fit is for your content.

But once you decided you want to use Adobe Access DRM, how do you deploy it across devices?

There are three main components required for a deployment: Read More

What Is DRM and Where It Matters

August 1, 2013 | 450 Views

This blog goes often into very technical depth, but it’s sometime important to talk about some of the basics like the fundamentals of DRM. If you are working in the broadcast industry with premium content, you properly have a clear understanding of what DRM is. If not, this will help you to understand where DRM [...]Read More

Content Protection Innovation – PHLS And PHDS Explained

June 25, 2013 1 | 550 Views

I already posted this in the community section, but it’s worth highlighting as a separate post. PHLS and PHDS are Adobe’s next generation license-server free content protection options. It’s not replacing true DRM, but rather provides easy to deploy next generation content protection. The ease of RTMPe, with security features of true DRM. For a high level overview [...]Read More

Adobe Primetime Explained (Part 3/4) – A Single Protocol and DRM

April 15, 2013 9 | 1236 Views

In my last post, we learned how important it is to have a video abstraction layer for Android. But clearly Android is not the only platform, and currently it’s very hard to truly support all platforms with a single workflow. Today there are different video formats to target different platforms, which invariably leads to increased [...]Read More

France Télévisions: Content Suppliers Gave Us Nods of Approval When We Chose Adobe Access for DRM

April 5, 2013 | 190 Views

A great success story using Adobe Access DRM, Flash Player, Adobe AIR, OSMF and HDS. Looking for a flexible, efficient, and reliable solution, the company evaluated multiple options, and chose Adobe Access. Adobe Access enabled France Télévisions to use a single DRM platform to publish and protect video streams carrying studio-grade content to desktops, connected TVs, tablets, and [...]Read More

Adobe Access and Flash Player StageVideo Demystified

January 29, 2013 5 | 1209 Views

I’ve been recently hearing a lot of questions about this topic, and therefore decided to publish this post. But first, it’s important to understand and define the components involved.   Overview Adobe Access is Adobe’s video DRM solution, that allows high-end DRM protection of video content in Flash Player desktop, and on devices such as iOS, [...]Read More

Adobe Access 4 Compliance and Robustness on Adobe TV

January 18, 2013 1 | 375 Views

If you are interested in content protection for video on the web and devices, Adobe TV features some interesting clips on Adobe Access 4. The first, from Adobe’s Joseph Jones, explains the concept and need for compliance and robustness for DRM.   Allowing your content to flow through a content protection ecosystem, is a decision based on [...]Read More

Streaming Protocol and Content Protection Quick Guide

October 17, 2012 1 | 1744 Views

Unless you’ve been working in the streaming industry for years, the streaming protocol options are overwhelming to say the least. Here is a quick guide to give you an overview of the current options. Read More

SeaTV – See Adobe Access DRM and Adobe Media Server in Action on iOS

September 17, 2012 2 | 350 Views

SeaTV is a great showcase of Adobe’s latest media delivery technologies running on iOS. Adobe has partnered with the Monterey Bay Aquarium to bring its stunning Open Sea exhibit to your mobile device in high definition. The Open Sea is the Aquarium’s largest exhibit, a place where tunas and sharks speed past, sardines swarm in [...]Read More

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