Digital Rights Management

Integrate DRM into your video encoding and playback systems easily and reliably

How does DRM work - Digital Rights Management

What is Digital Rights Management (DRM)?

Digital Rights Management (DRM) is a digital license system that allows content creators and distributors to control who can use their content, and how they can use it.

To protect content with DRM, each video is encrypted with media keys during the encoding stage. The digital license can then be authenticated to allow or disallow playback from the end users computer via the video player. What is DRM and how does DRM work?

DRM Whitepaper

The State of the Web 2017: DRM Whitepaper is a comprehensive explanation of Digital Rights Management giving you everything you need to build your DRM or Multi-DRM system, encoding inputs through to HTML5 playback.

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Proven DRM solutions

Bitmovin has a number of fully tested integration options with a variety of DRM providers. Our API is built to allow easy configuration and customization so you can create a DRM enabled encoding and playback workflow to ensure maximum device and browser coverage.

Download the Bitmovin Digital Rights Management (DRM) Whitepaper
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