DRM - the abbreviation for 'digital rights management' - is the collective term for technology that can restrict access to digital content, including videos, to viewers who have the right to view the content. DRM applies to both free content and paid content. There are different types of DRM protection and a multitude of DRM software providers to protect video content on your own video platform.
Types of DRM protection include limiting the number of times a video can be played simultaneously, encrypting a video so it cannot be easily copied, or encoding video to special formats that only work on pre-defined browsers or devices.
DRM protection on your TradeCast-powered video platform
The TradeCast platform is built to work with a multitude of DRM software providers. Contact TradeCast Support to discuss the possibilities of DRM protection for your own video platform.