Play this video to see the password prompt. The password is 5CBG1I77EC
The file is encrypted, so the video can’t be watched even if you download it.
This video is protected and can’t be embedded on other sites.
Specify passwords for single videos, playlists, or your entire collection.
Use two-factor authentication (2FA) to stop viewers from sharing a password.
Set password expiry date to raise the security level even higher.
Type or paste up to 1,000 custom passwords at a time.
Control number of views per playlist or media file.
Find out who used a specific password, when, and where.
Yes, absolutely. For example, you could use 128 bit AES HLS encryption combined with password protection and domain locking. This gives you endless possibilities to secure the videos in the exact way you need.
Yes, you can. All you have to do is enable the HTTPS option in the publishing panel before generating your embed code.
We use our own global Content Delivery Network (CDN) to deliver your videos and live streams online. We have cloud video CDN points across all 7 continents, including within Mainland China, to ensure the best possible video quality on all devices as well as maintain high standards of security.
In short, Yes. Here’s why. YouTube is often restricted in schools, universities, corporate networks and the like. It’s considered a platform for leisure and entertainment. StreamingVideoProvider is in the Business and Education category and delivers your content via HTTP. This means that, unlike YouTube, videos shared through our platform are visible even in these private networks.
Yes, you can do with the IP Access Restriction feature.