Digital Rights Management (DRM)
What is DRM?
DRM is a class of technologies that are used by broadcasters, copyright holders, and individuals with the intent to control the use of digital content and devices after sale. It allows Broadcasters to enforce policies and rules for usage of their content.
Cleeng supports multiple methods for protecting your content using DRM, among them Google Widevine and Adobe Access:
Adobe® Access software provides the most scalable, efficient workflow to help you deliver and protect premium video across desktops, mobile devices, and platforms, including iOS and Android™, enabled by Adobe Flash® technology. Adobe Access is an UltraViolet approved digital rights management (DRM) technology, extending your viewer reach and enabling a variety of business models, including HD rental, subscription, and electronic sell-through.
To learn more about protecting your content using Adobe Access see: Using the Adobe Access Server for Protecting Content
Widevine’s multiformat DRM solution enables service providers to secure high quality video and audio, while delivering a branded, high quality entertainment offering to internet-connected entertainment platforms. To learn more about Google Widevine, see: http://www.widevine.com
- For any further questions, please contact the Cleeng Customer Success Team