I believe that both OSMFPlayer and Strobe Media Playback support Flash Access (DRM) content, i.e. they'll pop up an authentication dialog if necessary. I don't think we have any public DRM-enabled test assets though, you might have to generate some yourself.
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The particualr app you are refering to is internal use for testing and did get posted in SVN.
You might be abled to use "OSMF player" for protected content playback.
Also, try SMP as they have impleneted for anoymouse and id based protected contents for implementation reference using OSMF DRM APIs.
Strobe Media Playback page on www.osmf.org/strobe_mediaplayback.html
Strobe Media Playback Sourceforge Wiki: https://sourceforge.net/adobe/smp/home/
Hi Brian and Ryan,
fyi, I had cross posted my question on the Flash Access forum and a member of their team provided links for public DRM-enabled test assets in the forum post at the following link:
I have successfully tested the test assets at the link using Strobe Media Playback.
btw, It might be nice if a DRM example could be added to the OSMF Example Player to highlight OSMF's DRM capabilities.
Again, thank you both for your assistance and for your great work in bringing OSMF to v1.5.