I'm looking for a way of preventing video content on Web browser (e.g. HTML5 video streaming app) from capturing by other process, like https://audials.com/en.
The use case is premium content protection and it seems some DRM can protect the video delivery but can't protect the display buffer from screen capturing. I think It needs some architecture of hardware based display buffer protection.
As far as I know, Intel and Microsoft provides such architecture for Windows native application via DirectX and GPU based content protection or with SGX for DVD/Blu-ray, but not sure if there is any recommended architecture for Web application.
Does Intel have any reference/recommended architecture to prevent the display buffer on Web browser from capturing by other software? Any advise will be appreciated. Thanks in advance!
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