LAS VEGAS, April 9, 2013 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- NAB Booth #SU6202 – Envivio (Nasdaq:ENVI), a leading provider of live and on-demand multi-screen video processing software solutions, today announced integration with Adobe® Primetime, the industry's most advanced video publishing and monetization platform for programmers and pay TV service providers. At NAB 2013 booth #SU6202, Envivio will showcase its Envivio Halo™ network media processor performing live packaging of content in the Adobe HTTP Dynamic Streaming (HDS) format, encrypted with Adobe Primetime DRM and played out on a tablet.
Envivio encoding and video processing systems can be used alongside Adobe Primetime to deliver and monetize a high quality TV-like viewing experience across connected devices. Primetime tightly integrates Adobe's video publishing, player, DRM, advertising and analytics solutions to eliminate the complexity of reaching audiences across screens and to create the best digital video experience while also ensuring the greatest advertising and pay TV revenue. Primetime's interoperable components can be deployed individually to fit specific infrastructure needs, or as a full solution to handle the entire workflow.
"We are committed to helping our customers deliver advanced video services to any screen, which means not only delivering pristine video but also secure video, supporting targeted ad insertion and alternate content management," said Arnaud Perrier, vice president of solutions for Envivio. "Adobe Primetime is a comprehensive offering for multi-screen video delivery, and Envivio's software-based products are fully integrated with it to enable these services.""Envivio offers flexible encoding, packaging and processing solutions that provide high quality video across platforms," said Ashley Still, director, product management at Adobe. "Our collaboration ensures service providers can deliver their services to any Web-connected device in a secure manner using Adobe Primetime's DRM solution, and fully monetize broadcast content with the full Primetime platform."