The W3C Encrypted Media Extensions API is a specification for an API that controls the playback of encrypted content by extending the HTMLMediaElement interface from HTML5. It defines an API for discovering, selecting, and interacting with content protection or Digital Rights Management systems as well as similar encryption systems. This API supports use cases that range from simple clear key decryption to high value video.
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01-11-16 14:05:34[Brief] Daily API RoundUp: Microsoft Cognitive Services, Line, Melown, Emburse, Tuleap, GoCD updated with Related API W3C Encrypted Media Extensions