Protect your content in a cloud-based content workflow with PallyCon Forensic Watermarking and Multi-DRM service INKA Entworks' PallyCon is a cloud-based SaaS which provides multi-DRM and forensic watermarking for online media services. It is built on AWS and pre-integrated with many media workflow products such as encoder/transcoder, streaming servers, CDNs, and client players. PallyCon Multi-DRM service provides content key management and license issuance for Microsoft PlayReady, Google Widevine, Apple FairPlay Streaming and NCG (Netsync
Overview PallyCon Multi-DRM Service can be easily integrated with various HTML5 web players via 'Encrypted Media Extensions(EME)' and 'MPEG Common Encryption(CENC)' specifications. Using HTML5 web player with PallyCon Multi-DRM, you can stream DRM-protected audio/video contents without plugin on EME-supported web browsers such as IE11, Edge, Chrome, Firefox, and Safari. Please refer to the below links for the EME HTML5 standards and the use cases of protecting audio contents using multi-DRM. EME WTF? An introduction to
In the last post, we found out the historical background and the need for audio DRM. In this post, we will learn to more about Protecting content with Multi-DRM. Protecting audio content with Multi-DRM What is ‘Multi-DRM’? The early-stage DRM solutions were provided by each DRM vendor in the form of an embedded DRM or client SDK supporting a limited range of devices, using a proprietary single DRM specification. ‘Multi-DRM’ differs from ‘Single DRM’
INKA Entworks will participate in NAB SHOW 2019 and introduce PallyCon cloud based Multi-DRM and Forensic Watermarking. Stop by our Booth #SU6605 (in South Upper Hall) at NAB show 2019 to learn how simplified your content protection workflow! Meet us there Date: April 8 - 11, 2019 Details → Location: Las Vegas Convention Center Google Map → Book 1:1 Meeting About NAB Show Powering what the industry creates and how the world consumes.
Early last year (2018), we announced the API integration between PallyCon multi-DRM service and Amazon Web Services (AWS). As AWS officially announces the release of the Secure Packager and Encoder Key Exchange (SPEKE) API, we are happy to post this updated article about the integration. This API integration enables media customers to encrypt live and on-demand content using PallyCon multi-DRM service with appliance and cloud-based encoders, transcoders, and packagers which also support SPEKE, including