White Paper Download: Premium Video Content Protection Strategies with CMAF
To date, streaming video providers providers have had to support two container formats in order reach many device types, including Android and iOS devices, with protected video content.
In June, a new development being worked on by Apple, Adobe, and many others in MPEG (the Moving Picture Experts Group) is bringing streaming video providers one step closer to a single streaming format with DRM. The development is a container format called Common Media Application Format (CMAF).
CMAF allows streaming video providers to move from supporting two container formats, fragmented MP4 (fMP4) and transport stream (TS), to supporting one container format, CMAF. This drives big savings in storage and delivery costs.
A new white paper from our team educates streaming video providers about this new format. Readers will learn about:
- What is required when streaming video providers use CMAF.
- The nuances of Apple’s support for the new container format.
- A lingering obstacle to having a single streaming format with DRM, which is that of multiple encryption modes.
Overall, CMAF is taking the streaming industry in the right direction and deserves close attention going forward. Download the “Premium Video Content Protection Strategies with Common Media Application Format” white paper today.