EZDRM protcts Infuse Video personalized long-form video contentMonday, March 6th, 2023
Infuse Video partners with EZDRM, announces world’s first content protection of personalized long-form video content
SAN FRANCISCO, California — Infuse Video, the video hosting platform bridging the gap between content production and personalized streaming, announced a partnership with EZDRM, the original DRM-as-a-Service provider for security in video streaming.
The partnership between the two innovative companies ensures that Infuse Video customers benefit from world-class DRM content protection for their long-form personalized video content workflows. The world-first cutting-edge technology enables content owners and developers to create and securely deliver immersive video experiences to viewers, at scale. With EZDRM’s technology the personalized streams are protected with Microsoft’s PlayReady, Google’s Widevine and Apple’s FairPlay in a multi-DRM format.
“Our partnership with EZDRM empowers our customers to securely distribute long form personalized video experiences to their viewers. This enables a diverse set of subscription and business models, while fighting piracy, which guarantees monetization opportunities and the viability of their business. This is the first time that this solution is provided in the market, globally,” said Ruud van der Linden, Infuse Video CEO.
“We are very pleased to be working with the team at Infuse Video to enable comprehensive security for their novel personalized video solution,” said Olga Kornienko, COO and Co-founder of EZDRM. “We look forward to our joint customers enjoying commercial success with this combined solution.”
Links: Infuse Video; EZDRM
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