Netflix is looking to ditch its Silverlight-based video player for an HTML5 version that would work pretty much anywhere, but HTML5 isn’t quite up to the task just yet, according to the company.
Microsoft has already put Silverlight — once Microsoft’s much-hyped alternative to Adobe’s Flash Player —out to pasture. While Microsoft will continue to support Silverlight for some time, it will be retired come 2021.
That gives Netflix and others eight years to come up with an alternative. For its part Netflix wants to use HTML5, but HTML thus far lacks some key components Netflix needs, namely a way to generate media streams for playback, a cryptography protocol and, most controversially, DRM for streaming media.
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