Haihaisoft DRM-X 4.0 supports protection of PPT courseware, preventing screen recording and modification. DRM-X 4.0 provides a variety of protection functions, including preventing screen recording, preventing modification, and displaying the user's watermark information on the courseware.
Online education and training PPT presentations, PPT courseware, HTML5 courseware, the biggest problem is the problem of piracy. The way of piracy is usually screenshots and modification. These piracy problems have been plagued by content creators, and also for content production. Those who bring huge business losses. So how can we protect PPT from screenshots and screen recording, and protect PPT courseware from being modified and misappropriated?
We need to rely on SCORM courseware production software. SCORM is a standard and a content standard for online learning systems. The content of courseware is mainly composed of HTML, XML tags and JS codes. iSpring Suite is a SCORM interactive courseware creation tool that can easily add PPT presentation documents to sounds, videos, test questions, interactions, etc., and supports one-click conversion into HTML5 courseware and video courseware.
The converted PPT (HTML5) courseware supports online and local safe playback, and supports smart prevent screen recording, blacklist and user dynamic watermark functions. The encrypted HTML5 courseware cannot be modified, and the user can play it only after obtaining a license. Encryption through DRM-X 4.0 can effectively prevent piracy and modification of PPT courseware, and better protect the copyright of PPT courseware and HTML5 animation courseware and the interests of courseware producers.
The encrypted PPT (HTML) will play in the Xvast browser and have a watermark (the above screenshot is the effect displayed when screenshots are allowed). If you turn on Smart prevent screen recording, you cannot take screenshots and screen recordings.
How to encrypt and protect HTML courseware?
Please refer to the DRM-X 4.0 HTML webpage encryption tutorial. https://www.drm-x.com/DRM_web_page_html_encryption_tutorial.aspx