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Digital Rights Management (DRM) is a systematic approach to copyright protection for digital media. The purpose of DRM is to prevent unauthorized redistribution of digital media and restrict the ways consumers can copy content they've purchased.

  • Licence server override using Entitlements
  • Open/Token license delivery
  • DRM token delivery using Entitlement service

Supported formats:

  • Web: HLS+AES open, HLS+Fairplay, DASH+Widevine, DASH+PlayReady
  • Android: HLS+AES, DASH+Widevine
  • iOS: HLS+AES, HLS+Fairplay
  • tvOS: HLS+AES, HLS+Fairplay
  • Tizen-webTV: DASH+Widevine, DASH+AES
  • WebOS-webTV: DASH+Widevine, DASH+AES
  • AndroidTV: DASH+Widevine, DASH+AES
  • Roku: Dash+PlayReady, Dash+Widevine, HLS+Widevine

DIVA requirements

DIVA settings and videoMetaData

DIVA must receive the following videoMetaData parameters:

DIVA translations

For DRM error messages, please refer to the Dictionary

Known issues and limitations

Please check the Known issues page for feature specific information.

Product documentation

For Digital Rights Management (DRM), visit the DIVA help centre.