DRM Security prevents users from downloading, copying, redistributing, or converting content to ensure streams only play back on trusted devices with a valid session.

All content ingested into Eventive is protected with FairPlay, WideVine, and PlayReady, the same Digital Rights Management (DRM) technology used by Disney+, iTunes, and Netflix.

Content creators upload their film files directly into our video partner's secure cloud storage, where it's transcoded and encrypted with DRM. The source file is then deleted immediately after.

Availability windows, geographic restrictions, and number of streams can be controlled on virtual screenings.

Geographic restrictions are verified using a combination of IP address location, on-device location services, and proxy detection.


Only authorized ticket holders are granted access to view content on Eventive, and all activity is logged.

Content Security FAQs

How does the encoding process work?

An invitation to upload a film file is sent from our system to the content provider once you click "Send Upload Invite" on a Film record page. The content provider uploads the file directly into our video partner's secure cloud storage, where it's transcoded and encrypted with DRM. The source file is then deleted immediately after.

Is uploaded content protected with watermark?

Every film uploaded and streamed via Eventive is secured with a Nagra NexGuard invisible forensic watermark at no additional cost. This forensic watermark identifies each individual user and session, meaning any unauthorized use can be traced right back to the source. Learn more about Eventive Advanced Antipiracy.

Visible overlay watermarking is also available by request at no additional cost. Session specific and user specific burn-in watermarking are also available. Learn more about adding additional watermarks, then send us a message to request these watermark variants.

Where can I learn more about Eventive's content security measures?

Check out our full security page here.

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