SDK can use string, files, and binary data as encrypting keys. For encryption, SDK uses an open AES-256 crypto algorithm for both video and audio streams. You can seek encrypted video files like any other video file. AAC codec will be used for an audio stream, and H264 codec will be used for a video stream. Also, you can remux any source H264/AAC file or streams without reencoding.
Video Encryption SDK is already integrated into Video Capture SDK / SDK .Net, Video Edit SDK / SDK .Net, and Media Player SDK / SDK .Net but require an independent license.
AES-256 may require licensing in some countries. SDK can also use AES-128 for compatibility. Please contact us if you want to use alternative encryption algorithms.
Video Encryption SDK can be used in any DirectShow code as two filters: muxer (encryptor) and demuxer (decryptor). Seeking is supported for demuxer.
You can use SDK as a core of your DRM video files system.
The trial version overlays a nag-screen over the video window.