We recently announced the upcoming availability of Adobe Access (formerly Flash Access) DRM protection for native iOS applications. So what does this mean for your workflow?
You can now finally reach a broad range of destination devices with a single, simple workflow, including Windows, OSX, iPad, iPhones, iPods, hundreds of Android smartphones and tablets (Android 2.2+), and televisions, including Samsung Smart TVs, TIVO and LG devices, and soon many more as part of project Primetime.
It not only saves you costs, but also provides a simple, robust DRM workflow, with a single content protection scheme.
Not convinced how this will work? Here are the steps.
1) Real-Time packaging and protection of H.264 source files with Adobe Media Server
2) HTTP delivery to target platforms (HLS to iOS, HDS to other devices)
3) License acquisition from a single Adobe Access server, no matter what the playback platform is
As part of Project Primetime, Adobe is focused on solving the fragmentation challenges video distributors are confronted with in 2012. This is the first step to provide a secure end‐to‐end video delivery workflow