New York, NY (PRWEB) January 29, 2007
IndustryNext LLC , a leading technology and design firm, today announced the release of enScramble™, a new service that provides digital video protection by encrypting video content and converting it to a protected Flash® format for online distribution.
The recent explosion in online video sharing and distribution has increased the challenge of protecting video content from unauthorized use and piracy. The enScramble service addresses this issue by providing deterrent-level protection, enabling content owners to control when and where their content is viewed.
The enScramble service is easy to use. Content owners submit video files to the service in a wide variety of formats, including AVI, WMV, MOV, and MPG, and then specify file protection settings, such as the domain in which a video is authorized to play and an expiration date for the video file. The enScramble service then encodes the video to an encrypted Flash format that is deployable online.
enScramble provides a number of key benefits to content owners and publishers. Specifically, the enScramble service:
- Ensures that video content is secure and private.
- Allows files to be served from standard web servers, eliminating the need for specialized streaming servers.
- Delivers video content through the Adobe® Flash® Player, enabling playback from all major browsers and operating systems.
In an effort to reduce the risks content publishers face today, the enScramble service creates a more secure environment for online video distribution. The beta version of enScramble is available now. Please visit http://www.enscramble.com to start using the service, which is free of charge for the duration of the beta period.
IndustryNext is a leading technology and design firm delivering innovative products and services to clients and consumers. Additional information about the company is available at http://www.industrynext.com.
© 2007 IndustryNext, LLC. All rights reserved. enScramble is a registered trademark of IndustryNext, LLC. Adobe and Flash are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Adobe Systems Incorporated. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners.
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