through callback gateway or token
Ability to manage encryption key through PallyCon service
customer’s own key management through external key input method
Licensing for streaming or download / offline
Support for DTO(Download to Own) and DTR(Download to Rent) rules
Security related settings such as external display output, HDCP application, rooting / jailbreak
Windows 7+, Android 4.0+, iOS 9.0+
IE11 or Edge browser on Windows 8.1+
Chrome or FireFox browser on Windows 7+, Mac OS 10.9+
Android 4.4+ / Android TV 4.4+
Safari browser on macOS 10.10+,iOS 9.0 / tvOS 10.0+
Smart TV, ChromeCast and other OTT devices
To play an encrypted content, the Player APP must be developed by using the PallyCon SDK (Android/iOS/PC).
PallyCon SDK requests the licensing information that’s required for playback to the PallyCon Multi DRM server. PallyCon Multi DRM server then authenticates the Callback page that is registered internally for user verification and issues the license that corresponds to the DRM type of each device.
All policies for playback (device control, limited term usage, unlimited use, etc.) can be implemented and applied through the Callback page.
DRM License stands for Digital Rights Management license. A DRM license is a set of encryption and usage rules used by digital content creators to prevent the illegal distribution of their digital content.
Whenever content is played back, the mobile device sends the user information either directly to the DRM license server or via their own backend server to have appropriate usage rules to be applied. Once, this information is provided to the DRM license server, the appropriate license is issued.
Yes, if an appropriate Multi-DRM solution is in place with appropriate DRM licensing business logic implementation.
By having a cloud-based Multi-DRM service provider that has a cloud-agnostic solution.