Encryption technologies used to protect Premium Videos
Encryption is the process of scrambling the video file, so that the video can only be played using the authorized content keys
Digital Rights Management (DRM)
DRM systems manage the content keys used to encrypt the video, and to provide a secure environment in which video is decrypted
Widevine DRM is Google's DRM licensing technology for streaming encrypted videos in Chrome, Android and Chromecast
Web and mobile technologies that deliver the best streaming experiences
Adaptive Streaming video players switch the video resolution to the best possible quality based on network connectivity
Server Side Code
WordPress is a free Content Management System that is used to build fully functional and customizable websites
How OTT revolutionized the way we watch films and TV
Over-the-top (OTT) services deliver entertainment videos using the internet as the medium, as opposed to over a cable network.
Video on Demand
Video on Demand is the paradigm of video content being available for viewing by consumers at any time at their leisure
How video is making learning accessible across the world
In the Flipped Learning approach, students are introduced to the learning material before class, and classroom time is used for active problem solving and informed peer discussion.
Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs)
MOOCs are open online courses that are available to learners across the world, free of charge
Experience API is an API standard used by elearning systems to record students' learning experience.
The basics of video production - to help you deliver the best videos
Storyboarding is the process of graphically laying out the structure of a video on a shot-by-shot basis.
Video Post-Production is the process of converting raw video footage to the final produced video
Three Point Lighting System
Three Point Lighting system is a method used to light the subject when filming videos
We explain the business models being used by content creators