Ooyala and Adobe Partner for Video Content Protection
Publishers can combine Ooyala's analytics with Flash Access monetization and security.
Online video platform Ooyala has announced that it now integrates with Adobe Flash Access. The software is a combination content protection and monetization program for rental, video-on-demand, and electronic sell through.
The integration means that Ooyala customers can now get set up quickly with Flash Access, and can offer direct-to-consumer video sales and rentals that work across a variety of devices.
"With Adobe Flash Access coupled with our online video publishing, analytics, and monetization solutions, we now offer an extremely secure way to deliver content on the web across all screens. Innovative global companies are realizing that the true potential of providing consumers with secure premium online video content in today's everywhere consumption environment will give them a distinct advantage," says Jay Fulcher, president and CEO of Ooyala.
One publisher combining Ooyala and Flash Access is Yahoo Japan, that country's largest video publisher. It streams video to over 99 million viewers.
"Our licensing deals have strict guidelines around content protection," says Hiroaki Teraoka, project lead of video platform project at Yahoo Japan. "The Flash Access implementation will allow us to protect content while making it available to our users across multiple devices."
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