Inside Secure has launched Content Protection Client HD for Desktop, for browser-based viewing; and Content Protection Client Premium HD, for protecting early-window films (that audiences can watch within a few weeks of theatrical release).
The company provides secure distribution of premium content across connected devices and major DRM schemes with advanced playback and analytics features; the updated Content Protection Client HD for Desktop enables delivery of full HD (1080p) PlayReady-protected content on desktops and laptops. Inside Secure has developed an application framework that enables the easy creation of apps that can securely play PlayReady and Widevine DRM-encrypted content on MacOS, Windows and Linux filling the gap left by the deprecation of Microsoft Silverlight. Application code can be written once from a single SDK for any of these platforms, compiled, then deployed at run-time across Windows, MacOS and Linux.
Content Protection Client premium HD extends Inside Secure’s leadership in the secure video player market by safeguarding the latest media content with advanced features such as forensic watermarking, screen-recording detection and software secure content path. Content Protection Client premium HD also implements additional security requirements mandated by movie studios on the widest range of devices including: Android, Android STB, Android TV, iOS, MacOS, tvOS, Windows, MacOS and FireOS.
Content Protection Client premium HD also provides advanced security features for popular streaming protocols such as MPEG-DASH, HLS and Smooth Streaming. Watermarking traces the source of piracy leaks and white-box encryption protects sensitive data.
“Before now, movie studios and other content producers have been reluctant to widely distribute their latest, greatest content via OTT,” said Simon Blake-Wilson, COO at Inside Secure. “With Content Protection Client premium HD, movie studios and content producers tell us they are finally confident to grant distribution rights for their precious and most valuable content via OTT. It’s a win-win for movie studios, who can protect and fully monetise their content, and for consumers, who can now access the latest content sooner, whenever and wherever they wish to enjoy it.”