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Supported Platforms

When DRM (Digital Rights Management) protection is enabled, recording, mirroring, and casting can be blocked under certain conditions as shown in below table.

For example, a user using an iOS device with the latest OS version on the latest Safari browser version, while able to cast, will be unable to record and mirror their screen.

Playback DeviceSecond DeviceScreen Recording
Desktop & LaptopWindows8.1+EdgeLatest 3 VersionsUnblockedUnblockedUnblocked
FirefoxLatest 3 VersionsUnblockedUnblockedUnblocked
macOS10.12+Safari²Latest 3 VersionsBlockedUnblockedBlocked
FirefoxLatest 3 VersionsUnblockedUnblockedUnblocked
EdgeLatest 3 VersionsUnblockedUnblockedUnblocked
iPhone & iPadiOS¹6.0+Native Application-BlockedUnblockedBlocked
SafariLatest 3 VersionsBlockedUnblockedBlocked
Mobile & Tablet & TVAndroid & Android TV5.1+Native Application-UnblockedUnblockedUnblocked
FirefoxLatest 3 VersionsUnblockedUnblockedUnblocked

Mirroring: Mirror the device's screen to display onto a second screen.
Casting: Cast the device's content to playback on a different device.
AirPlay: Connect Apple devices on the same Wi-Fi network for casting. Some AirPlay 2 enabled devices may not support AirPlay streaming due to DRM license limitations.


Actual results will vary following the newest policies on each OS and device.


¹iOS 15 is unable to play DRM-protected live streams and VOD content on web browsers. Users are required to upgrade to iOS 15.1 to view DRM-protected content.
²Safari 15 on Mac desktop is unable to play DRM-protected live streams and VOD content.