DRM-X 4.0 video DRM and audio protection against unauthorized viewing and illegal distribution. The main threat to this business is the uncontrolled distribution of such materials over the network. Publishers always try to use audio and video protection, features should include: Prevent unauthorized use, watermarks, DRM license protection, and so on.
The need to protect videos is a high priority for those working with online or offline content. Especially if the published video content has a high level of informational value: video tutorials, online classes, news, reports, and entertainment. To guarantee video security, contents have to be encrypted by a professional video encryption methods, and ensure protection with advanced digital rights management (DRM).
However, as a content provider you may encounter situations in which you feel a need for protecting your audio/video from being viewed and reused. You may want the video DRM protection system includes these features:
- Prevent unauthorized use of your audio/video.
- Prevent common screen recording or capturing software
- Dynamic watermarks with user’s identity on video.
- License combined with hardware, prevent password sharing.
- Control: open count, expiration date.
- Disable virtual machines, such as: VMware
Haihaisoft encrypt the audio/video with its own Xvast Packager in DRM-X 4.0 platform. It protects audio/video (mp3, mp4, WebM) with C++ private strong encryption methods and protect with DRM-X 4.0 technology with License, and the protected Audio/Video can only be opened with Xvast browser.
DRM-X 4.0 Video DRM Encryption can be used to protect audio/video and embed it as HTML5 video and audio tag for online playback. It also supports local playback. All of protected files are under DRM-X 4.0 digital rights management (DRM) control. You can check and change the rights permission in your DRM-X 4.0 account, and view users and license reports there.
By encrypting Audio/Video using DRM-X 4.0 Xvast Packager, you can control who can play your audio/video, what they can do with them and when they can no longer be played (expires).
To learn more about encryption and digital rights management (DRM), please take a look at the following white papers.
DRM-X 4.0 Introduction and Document: https://www.haihaisoft.com/download/DRM-X_4.0_Introduction.pdf