Encrypted Media Extensions
The Uiza player uses the open web standards Encrypted Media Extensions (EME) and Apple Fairplay to play DRM content.
Browser and OS support matrix
|Client||OS||As of Version||Widevine||PlayReady||FairPlay|
|Safari||macOS, iOS||11.2.1+ for iOS
8+ for macOS
|Google Chrome¹||Windows, macOS, Android, iOS||75+ for Android
75+ for iOS, only iOS 13+
42+ for others OS
|Firefox²||Windows, macOS, iOS||67+ for iOS, only iOS 13+
57+ for others OS
|Microsoft Edge³||Windows 10||12+||✘||✔︎||✘|
|IE⁴||Windows 8.1, Windows 10||11||✘||✔︎||✘|
|Other web browser||Windows, macOS, Android||HTML5 (MSE Browsers)||✔︎||✘||✘|
** Page needs to be served over HTTPS
** Other iOS browsers like Chrome or Firefox are supported DRM only from iOS 13+.
¹: Only official Chrome builds contain the Widevine CDM. Chromium built from source does not support DRM.
²: DRM must be enabled by the user. The first time a Firefox user visits a site with encrypted media, the user will be prompted to enable DRM. Firefox Mobile for Android is unsupported DRM at the moment.
³: PlayReady in Edge does not seem to work on a VM or over Remote Desktop.
⁴: IE 11 offers PlayReady support on Windows 8.1 and Windows 10 only.