HLS & MPEG-DASH DRM Test

The Bitmovin player uses in your browser ( )
DRM encryption: Use this demonstration tool for testing your DRM configuration for HLS or MPEG-DASH.

A Player for HLS and MPEG-DASH DRM

The Bitmovin Adaptive Streaming Player supports encrypted HTML5-based adaptive streaming with HLS and MPEG-DASH native in your browser without plugins. As a DRM Player, it supports multiple DRM systems, e.g., PlayReady and Widevine Modular can be used in parallel through MPEG Common Encryption (MPEG-CENC), which simplifies systems and deployment. Google Chrome is currently also removing Silverlight, so PlayReady via Silverlight will not be supported anymore. The Bitmovin Adaptive Streaming Player provides a solution, with MPEG-CENC your content will be encrypted once and can be used with different DRM systems in parallel. Read more on how to replace Flash/Silverlight with HTML5 DRM or check out the Bitmovin Player features.

DRM Player compatability

The Bitmovin Player supports MPEG-CENC encryption. The available DRM systems depend on the browser and/or system you are using:


Media Source Extension – MSE

MSE is ? by your current browser.

Encrypted Media Extension – EME

EME is ? by your current browser.

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