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4 VDM boosts security for media asset distribution to third parties

VDM has integrated NAGRA forensic watermarking into its mediaspot Digital Media Platform to ensure media assets remain secure from production to distribution, with no impact on quality or lead-time. Forensics can be activated per-title, or based on criteria.

NAGRA NexGuard forensic watermarking is integrated into the mediaspot file distribution service to uniquely watermark all content delivered and published to third parties.

The NAGRA forensic watermarking supports fast and efficient
identification of any source of content leaks, providing content owners with key intelligence for anti-piracy actions, while acting as a strong deterrent against illegal copying or distribution. A proven solution for production and post-production houses, it provides control over valuable content as it progresses through increasingly distributed workflows.

NAGRA is known for its content protection and multiscreen television solutions, and France-based Video Digital Multimedia (VDM – a Groupe Transatlantic Company) provides digital media solutions for the audiovisual industry.

“NAGRA provides an efficient, flexible, and powerful solution that seamlessly integrates into mediaspot,” says Sébastien Arlaud, Director of Business and Innovation at VDM. “Available as a subscription-based option of mediaspot, forensic watermarking capabilities are configurable and can be activated for one title, for the full catalogue, for content that meets a particular criterion or just automatically applied – customers are free to decide.”

Olivier Met, SVP EMEA region at NAGRA, says: “We pride ourselves on being the trusted partner for innovative companies, like VDM, who recognise that security can no longer be considered optional—but rather a core component to protect valuable assets essential to business success.”

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