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Intertrust claims it is now easier to use Marlin than other DRMs

Intertrust claims it is now easier to use Marlin than other DRMs | DRM video | Scoop.it

The new ExpressPlay content protection solution-as-a-service makes it dramatically easier to implement DRM for Connected TV and multiscreen services, Intertrust, the company behind the solution, claims. ExpressPlay is designed for use with Marlin DRM, the open-standard content protection system, and can be used with existing Marlin-enabled connected TVs and set-top boxes. The market for this service therefore includes HbbTV-based broadcast/broadband services as well as YouView in the UK. Intertrust says ITV and BT both use the ExpressPlay service for their DRM requirements on YouView. A good proportion of the transactions on the Tivù platform in Italy use the ExpressPlay hosted service. Eutelsat KabelKiosk is going to use this cloud-based content protection.


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Marlin-DRM protected DASH POC : MMSys 2011 Ericsson research paper

Marlin-DRM protected DASH POC : MMSys 2011 Ericsson research paper | DRM video | Scoop.it

Dynamic adaptive HTTP streaming (DASH) is a new concept for video streaming using consecutive downloads of short video segments. 3GPP has developed the basic DASH standard which is further extended by OIPF and MPEG. In all versions available to date, content protection is not properly enabled. Extensions are needed to enable important use cases like pay-per-view, license change in an ongoing video channel, and pay-per-maximum-quality.


In this publication, Frank Hartung, Sinan Kesici and Daniel Catrein have examined which extensions are needed, in order to use DASH for DRM protected content. This comprises required changes in the DASH standard, namely MPD metadata extensions, as well as changes in the used transport file formats, namely the inclusion of a ISO file format box carrying a segment key, and finally a suitable key and license structure applied to the underlying DASH concept. All those changes have been proposed and explained in the paper. With these changes and additions, which do not change the core idea of DASH, even more complex use cases like pay-per-view and pay-per-maximum-quality are possible. As a proof-of-concept, the authors have implemented the proposed changes and integrated them with a real DRM key and license management system. For the proof-of-concept, they have used Marlin DRM, but any other similar DRM would be equally usable.

 

READ THE PAPER HERE : http://www.hartung.fh-aachen.de/publications/ACM_MMSys2011_p277.pdf 

 


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Intertrust’s Wasabi Marlin Client SDK v.1.3 supports MPEG-DASH multi-screen streaming [PR]

Intertrust’s Wasabi Marlin Client SDK v.1.3 supports MPEG-DASH multi-screen streaming [PR] | DRM video | Scoop.it

Recognizing the growing demand for a standards-based streaming technology for Over the top (OTT) content delivery, Intertrust today announced a new version of its Wasabi Marlin Client SDK that supports MPEG-DASH (Dynamic Adaptive Streaming over HTTP).

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Intertrust’s Wasabi Marlin Client SDK v.1.3, available immediately, is a complete Software Development Kit (SDK) for developing media applications based on the Marlin DRM standard. Wasabi allows quick and efficient deployments based on Marlin DRM on desktop (PC and Mac), mobile (iOS and Android), and embedded systems (set top box and connected TV), with support for MPEG DASH and Common Encryption on all those platforms.

 

Wasabi Marlin Client SDK product page : http://www.intertrust.com/solutions/wasabi


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