Streaming technologies tend to differ in formats, but also within a format have variations with different characteristics. Security with HLS is one of those cases – the default model is fairly public and standardized, …
I am very excited to showcase a brand new Adobe Primetime feature, native HLS support in Flash Player.
What does native HLS support mean? HLS playback in Adobe Flash Player provides best-in-class performance, with robust, Hollywood studio-mandated DRM support (Adobe Primetime DRM + PHLS), and AES-128 clear key protection for content protection compatibility. The HLS playback functionality is now included in the core of Flash Player, with all relevant features processed with high performant native code.
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 …
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:
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 …
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.
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, …