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Thread: Microsoft PlayReady with Wowza DRM?

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    Default Microsoft PlayReady with Wowza DRM?

    Hi, is it possible to use Wowza with Microsoft PlayReady? I can only find info about EZDRM Playready.

    Best Regards
    Robert

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    Robert,

    Yes, it is supported

    http://www.wowza.com/forums/content....DRM-and-BuyDRM

    Richard

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    Default Microsoft PlayReady with Wowza: checksum

    Could you please guide us to where we could find/generate this value:
    * smoothstreaming-playready-checksum: This is a special checksum of the key ID that is needed to authenticate the player.

    We are running our own PlayReady servers.

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    Default smoothstreaming-playready-checksum

    Quote Originally Posted by rkvenjum View Post
    Could you please guide us to where we could find/generate this value:
    * smoothstreaming-playready-checksum: This is a special checksum of the key ID that is needed to authenticate the player.

    We are running our own PlayReady servers.
    Some one know how to generate this value ?

    best reg

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    Take a look at "On-the-Fly PlayReady Encryption Using Server-side API" section in this article.

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    The checksum is in the wrmheader. I do know the play ready sdk to know how to generate this value.

    Charlie

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    Quote Originally Posted by charlie View Post
    The checksum is in the wrmheader. I do know the play ready sdk to know how to generate this value.

    Charlie
    Thank's. This post will very helpful. Maybe you know what means Error 6018 in silverlight player ?

    best regards

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    It means there was an issue with the DRM. You can try these steps:

    1. Right click on the playbar in the browser window containing the errors.

    2. Select ‘SilverLight Preferences’.

    3. Go to the ‘Application Storage’ tab.

    4. Select the entry “http://[Your-Domain]”

    5. Click the ‘Delete’ button to remove stored files associated with that web address.
    Note, this does not disable storage, it just deletes currently stored files. Think of it as ‘clearing the cache’ for this website.

    6. Repeat steps 4 & 5 for any other entry in Application Storange containing [Your-Domain] in the address.

    7. Reload the browser window.

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