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Review of leading DRM methods for Internet video: MS Playready and AdobeAccess 2.0

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OTT Video DRM

  1. 1. OTT VideoProtection Fast Forward Your Development www.dsp-ip.com
  2. 2. Microsoft’sSmooth-StreamingDRM Fast Forward Your Development www.dsp-ip.com
  3. 3. PlayReady Distribution Flow 3 Fast Forward Your Development
  4. 4. PlayReady Distribution Entities• Content Packaging – Protect content & Send info to license and distribution servers• Distribution Servers: Store and distribute content. Microsoft PlayReady technology does not require a specialized Web server for content storage and distribution. For Smooth Streaming it Should be IIS7 with “Media Extensions” 4 Fast Forward Your Development
  5. 5. PlayReady Distribution Entities• License Servers: Store content protection information and rights for using the content. The client must acquire a license before playing protected content (license might be pre- embedded in content file).• Domain Controllers: determine what the domain represents (a user, a family, or a group of users, for example) and holds a list of entities that are associated with the domain. The Domain Controller also enforces the policy defining how many devices or PCs may join the domain. 5 Fast Forward Your Development
  6. 6. PlayReady Distribution Entities• Metering Servers: With metering, the device maintains a count of how many times a file is played. When the portable device connects to a computer or the Internet, this metering count is uploaded to the content provider. Metering does not alter or affect any behavior on the user’s system and does not identify the user. Metering allows the content provider to accurately assess royalties. 6 Fast Forward Your Development
  7. 7. Flash DRM Fast Forward Your Development www.dsp-ip.com
  8. 8. What is Flash Access 2.0?• A DRM solution for video• Replaces FMRMS v1.5• Part of the Flash Media Server Family (CSBU)• Sold separately from FMS (Expensive)• It’s a Java SDK• Works with Flash 10.1 (in browser) & Air 2.0 (desktop)• Abbreviated as FAXS 8 Fast Forward Your Development
  9. 9. Content Protection Ecosystem 9 Fast Forward Your Development
  10. 10. What can you do with FAXS• Protect on-demand and live video ▫ RTMP ▫ HTTP ▫ Progressive ▫ Download• Encrypt video file with usage rules• Authenticated / Unauthenticated access• Limit what video player (Flash or Air) can play 10 Fast Forward Your Development
  11. 11. Flash Access workflow - Traditional Source: Adobe 11 Fast Forward Your Development
  12. 12. Flash Access workflow - Modern Source: Adobe 12 Fast Forward Your Development
  13. 13. How does it work• There are 2 key components to FAXS; A. Packager used in content preparation. Encrypts content with policies such as how long someone can watch offline or have access to content B. License server grants permissions to consumers. This is where the business logic resides Note: Requires a “digital certificate set” issued by Adobe to create content that will play back on Flash Player/AIR 13 Fast Forward Your Development
  14. 14. Adobe Solutions for Content Protection 14 Fast Forward Your Development
  15. 15. Not Limited to “Standard content owners”• Beside Internet media companies like: ▫ HBO ▫ Amazon ▫ BBC ▫ Comcast• Flash DRM is used for:• Government• Medical Institutions (HIPAA)• Education: Training and classroom lectures• Enterprise: Company meeting, trademark content, trainings, etc 15 Fast Forward Your Development
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