The OTT industry’s landmark shift to live streaming has spawned a wave in online piracy that requires new approaches to protecting content. The good news is that advanced tools and techniques are now available, which surpass legacy OTT security optimized for on-demand viewing.
In this white paper we define the content protection needs for the live streaming era, including security measures detailed by MovieLabs for 4K UHD and HDR-enhanced content. We then look at cloud-based solutions that streamline multi-DRM operations and minimize latency, the options for live-optimized watermarking systems, followed by advanced live streaming content protection and anti-piracy services for OTT operators.
Underpinned by a Tier-1 IP network, Tata Communications offers a comprehensive range of services for the Media & Entertainment industry. At the cutting-edge of global contribution and distribution services, it is leading the evolution of broadcast by pioneering IP-based terrestrial distribution. Experienced at enabling remote production through its low-latency network, it has recently launched a game-changing 100G media backbone unlocking a tremendous set of opportunities for broadcasters, sports federations, and OTT players. This capability complements its flexible and scalable media cloud infrastructure that offers custom compute features, along with functionality across the asset management supply chain from ingest to transform, review, archive and storage.
Neither cloud nor CDN, the Eluvio Content Fabric allows content publishers to distribute premium video globally including live, video on demand, and linear channels, direct to consumers and to business partners without CDNs, cloud stacks, transcoding services or databases.
When we realised that we were heading into a lockdown situation we had three initial priorities. Top of the list was everybody’s health and everybody’s safety, followed by maintaining the mission critical services we deliver to our clients, and lastly the ability to continue with some of the vital projects we already had underway.