How Do I Prevent Secondary Distribution After Audios and Videos Are Downloaded?
VOD provides HLS encryption. You can enable HLS encryption during transcoding. If this function is enabled, transcoded HLS videos will be encrypted. When end users request to play a video, you can verify user identity on the app server. Only verified users can obtain the decryption key and use the key to request VOD to decrypt and play the video. For details about HLS encryption, see Protecting Videos with HLS Encryption.
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- How Do I Prevent Secondary Distribution After Audios and Videos Are Downloaded?
- Does HLS Encryption Provide One Key for Each Video? Will the Key Expire?
- How Do I Encrypt Transcoded Videos Using HLS?
- What Is a Key URL? How Do I Obtain It?
- What If the URL Validation Expires?
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- What Are the Differences Between HLS Encryption and Hotlink Protection?
- Can Encrypted Videos Be Played After the URL for Obtaining Keys Is Changed?
- Will a Signed URL Become Invalid During Playback?
- Why Does the Encrypted HLS URL in the Original Streaming URL Remain Unchanged After the Encrypted HLS URL Is Changed?
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