Pryvate™ Encrypted Video Calls

Pryvate™ Encrypted Video Calls

Video Encryption

Video encryption takes video data and makes it impossible to view by anyone except the intended recipient – so long as the intended recipient has the correct key to decipher the data and view the video in its intended format.

There are two types of video encryption: personal and Digital Rights Management (DRM). Personal encryption refers to someone who wants to share a personal video with clients, family or friends and who does not want anyone unauthorised to see it. DRM is the same thing, although more complex. It can often include:

  • Different types of video streams for different price brackets
  • Region-specific videos
  • Media or device-specific videos
  • Software-specific videos
  • Adaptive streaming
  • Secure Video Encryption and Privacy (never known to us)
  • ZRTP Protocol negotiates a key between two VoIP end points

As with voice calls, a new key is generated every time a connection is made, which further protects the security and integrity of the data. This means that if an encryption key from a previous call was discovered – subsequent calls would not be compromised.

Video Encryption Interoperability Standards
Video codec specifications include:

  • VP8 (WebM), H263, H263-1998, MPEG-4, Theora and H264
  • Resolutions from QCIF (176 × 144) to SVGA (800 × 600
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