Seamless Pre-Integration for Content Packaging and Protection with Telurio Packager and DRMtoday

Streamlining the end-to-end process between content preparation and content delivery helps streaming providers get their content to market quicker. One key consideration within that process for any streaming provider will be the demands of studios to ensure their content is delivered securely.

Secure Packaged Content Ready For Delivery

Serving live/linear TV, catch-up TV, and video-on-demand content to a wide range of consumer devices has never been simpler. Telurio™ Packager ingests H.264-encoded video streams and outputs into common media formats including Apple HTTP Live Streaming (HLS) and MPEG-DASH.

During the encryption process, license keys are generated and ingested by the DRMtoday License Delivery Network. Streaming providers can set access permissions for users attempting to access their content worldwide, on all screens, and if authorized will be dispensed keys through DRMtoday’s highly available, robust delivery network.

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End-to-end video delivery ecosystem with Telurio™ Packager and DRMtoday

DRMtoday supports all major DRM technologies including Microsoft PlayReady, Google Widevine, Fairplay Streaming by Apple, and CMLA-OMA.

“Content preparation and security is crucial, but understandably streaming providers want to get content to market”, commented Michael Stattmann, CEO of castLabs. “This new integration between DRMtoday and the Telurio™ Packager enables smooth interoperability between the two technologies within your video delivery workflow.”

Follow the links for more information on the DRMtoday multi-DRM License Delivery Network and Imagine Communications’ Telurio™ Packager.

See us at IBC 2017

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Imagine Communications and castLabs will both be exhibiting and offering demonstrations of their full range of video and OTT technologies at IBC 2017 in Amsterdam between September 15-19th. Visit Imagine Communications at Stand 4.A01 and castLabs at Stand 14.L02.