DMOD, a provider of secure distribution solutions for digital assets, has updated its DMOD WorkSpace for secure digital media collaboration and distribution. to version 2.0.
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The update adds new business rules for copy protecting any type of digital media, improved integration with the QuickTime player, and new delivery options allowing digital content creators to share media over any network including the public Internet or existing FTP, VPN, instant messaging or e-mail systems. DMOD WorkSpace supports Mac OS X.
DMOD Workspace lets you define your own network of digital content creators and maintain control over who sees what. It boasts real-time encryption technology and can be implemented as a peer-to-peer desktop solution or a centralized server gateway solution.
“DMOD is solidly committed to supporting Mac OS X because it delivers the performance, efficiency, and creative quality needed to improve the digital production process,” Mark Overington, president and CEO of DMOD, said. “We see a significant market opportunity for the DMOD WorkSpace for Mac OS X, particularly with content creators who have overwhelmingly embraced the QuickTime format for digital media distribution.”
With DMOD WorkSpace for Mac OS X, digital media professionals using ubiquitous QuickTime applications can take advantage of the public Internet to securely share, review, and approve media files on a wide range of projects, including music CDs, films, film trailers, film scores, television programming, special effects, and DVD creation, he added.
Version 2.0 of the DMOD WorkSpace offers: copy protection with definable rules that are designed to give users fine-grained control on how recipients access media, including any combination of: release dates (content access after a specific release date); time bombs (content access until a specific expiration date); the ability to export rights to native media with no further restrictions; and encrypted playback within the DMOD-enabled QuickTime player, either with or without a specific number of plays. By allowing recipients to view media by launching the ubiquitous QuickTime player or by simply clicking on the media file itself, the DMOD WorkSpace supports all of the QuickTime-supported media formats.
The update of the DMOD WorkSpace offers users the option of sending media over an existing network or device, including VPNs, FTP servers, email, instant messaging, CD/DVD, or through DMOD’s secure networking via the Internet. This option provides the highest degree of security by protecting both the content and the distribution channel, Overington said.
The DMOD WorkSpace Version 2.0 desktop-to-desktop solution is available now in several packages and pricing options, starting at US$5,000 for a two-seat license. Upgrade pricing is available for existing DMOD WorkSpace users. For more info go to the DMOD Web site.