If you prepare the player using a
FlowplayerMedia and the media that is defined in the Flowplayer config is DRM-protected, then the player will automatically take care of the DRM.
If, however, you wish to prepare the player with an
ExternalMedia that has DRM-protected content, then you should provide a
DrmConfig when you initialize your media instance:
val drmConfig = DrmConfig(DrmConfig.Scheme.WIDEVINE, "https://link.to.a.drm.license") val externalMedia = ExternalMedia("https://link.to.a.media.file", drmConfig) flowplayerView.prepare(externalMedia, true)
The Flowplayer Android SDK is based on
ExoPlayer which in turn uses Android's
MediaDrm API to support DRM-protected playbacks. The minimum Android versions required for different supported DRM schemes, along with the streaming formats
for which they're supported, are listed below.
|DRM scheme||Android version number||Android API level||Supported formats|
|Widevine "cenc"||4.4||19||DASH, HLS (FMP4 only)|
|Widevine "cbcs", "cbc1" and "cens"||7.1||25||DASH, HLS (FMP4 only)|
|PlayReady SL2000||AndroidTV||AndroidTV||DASH, SmoothStreaming, HLS (FMP4 only)|