Protecting your video assets can be complex. We’ve simplified it for you. Our cloud licensing service, DRMtoday, lets you rapidly adopt all major digital rights management (DRM) systems without the stress.
Working with DRM to protect your valuable video assets can be a complicated and time-consuming task, especially with the multitude of different DRM systems and user platforms on the market. We make using multiple DRM systems easy with our DRMtoday service. Let us handle your video-on-demand and live protection so you can focus on getting content to market.
DRMtoday allows you to support all major DRM systems at once from a single and convenient online source.
Our service combines Microsoft PlayReady, Google Widevine (Modular & Classic), Adobe Access/Primetime, Marlin, CMLA-OMA, and Apple FairPlay protection into a single platform which only requires one integration.
We actively assess the DRM industry, and will include support for additional systems as they become prominent.
Different devices support different DRM systems. To reach the largest audience you will need to distribute your content using multiple rights technologies. We do it all for you. Our service allows your protected videos to run on all modern devices and platforms ensuring maximum reach.
DRMtoday runs across multiple data center regions around the world enabling excellent redundancy with low latency licence key delivery. The flexibility of the cloud also provides easy and seamless scaling based on your needs.
Traditionally, licensing and integrating even a single DRM system on your own would drain time and resources. Each DRM system is slightly different and requires its own integration process. This means adopting multiple systems has conventionally been costly and complicated. Our solution takes care of the hard work for you.
With our cloud service, all leading DRMs are already set-up and ready for you to use saving you time and money. Along with our single integration process, this means you can get your content to market faster.
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