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Version 3. Just in Time – Resolving ads closer to ad markers Lazy Ad Resolving now resolves each ad break independently. Previously, ad resolution was a two-phased approach: With this enhanced feature, each ad break is now resolved at a specific time prior to the ad cue point.
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Version 3. Just in Time – Resolving ads closer to ad markers Lazy Ad Resolving now resolves each ad break independently. Previously, ad resolution was a two-phased approach: With this enhanced feature, each ad break is now resolved at a specific time prior to the ad cue point.

Please note: Lazy Ad Resolving has now changed to be turned off by default, and explicitly needs to be enabled. Type getPlacementType is now a method on interface TimelineMarker This method will return a placement type of Placement. If an ad break is unresolved, the getDuration method on the TimelineMarker interface will return 0.

Version 2. TVSDK 2. Boolean parameters val – True will use audio output latency in audio timestamp calculation. Optimized to get the best playback experience even if the bandwidth speed falls off suddenly TVSDK now cancels the ongoing segment’s download, if required, and dynamically switches to the appropriate rendition. This is done by seamlessly switching among the bitrates without interruptions.

User joins in the middle at 40 seconds of a second ad break consisting of three second ads. This is 10 seconds into the second ad in the break. The second ad plays for the remaining duration 20 sec followed by the third ad.

Ad trackers for the partial ad played second ad are not fired. The trackers for only the third ad are fired. To enable it, call setWebContentsDebuggingEnabled true in the application. This will be a drop-in replacement to the existing app implementation.

Charles and confirm that the host name and version in the path reflects as in the sample URL structure below. API changes: A new Event CookiesUpdatedEvent is added. It gets dispatched by the media player when its cookie is updated. A new property is added to TextFormat:: Changes in SizeAvailableEvent: Now it returns output height and output width respectively returned by decoder. Changes in Buffering behavior: Buffering behavior is changed.

Its left up to App developer on what they want to do in case of buffer empty. Based on statistics from a third party benchmarking study, the new architecture provides a 5x reduction in startup time and 3. Because you can launch multiple MediaPlayerItemLoader instances simultaneously in the background, you can buffer multiple streams.

When a user changes the channel, and the stream has buffered properly, playback on the new channel starts immediately. The live streams are re-buffered when the live window moves. This ensures that the ABR chooses the right bit rate when the bandwidth fluctuates and also optimizes the number of times the bitrate switch actually happens by monitoring the rate at which the buffer length changes.

The ts fragment must have a key frame every two seconds. Lazy ad resolution – TVSDK doesn’t wait for resolution of non-preroll ads before starting playback, thus decreasing the startup time.

APIs like seek and trick-play are still not allowed until all ads are resolved. Operations like seek and fast forward are not permitted till the ad resolution is completed. For live streams this feature cannot be enabled for ad resolution during a live event. Persistent network connections – This feature allows TVSDK to create and store an internal list of persistent network connections. These connections are reused for multiple requests, rather than opening a new connection for each network request and then destroying it afterwards.

This increases efficiency and decreases latency in the networking code resulting in faster playback performance. Some servers may not support this type of connection, in which case TVSDK will fall back to making a connection for each request again.

Also, while persistent connections will be on by default, TVSDK now has a configuration option so that apps can turn persistent connections off if desired. Parallel download – Downloading video and audio in parallel rather than in series reduces startup delays. This feature allows HLS Live and VOD files to be played, optimizes the available bandwidth usage from a server, lowers the probability of getting into buffer under-run situations, and minimizes the delay between download and playback.

Parallel ad downloads – TVSDK prefetches ads in parallel to the content playback before hitting the ad breaks thus enabling seamless playback of ads and content. ABR switching, trick play, ad insertion, late audio binding, and sub-segmentation are not supported for MP4 playback. You can use non-iFrame profiles to do trick play at lower speeds.

Smoother trick play – These improvements enhance the user experience: Adaptive bit-rate and frame rate selection during trick play, based on bandwidth and buffer profile Use of the main stream instead of the IDR stream to get up to 30 fps fast playback.

Content Protection Resolution-based output protection – This feature ties playback restrictions to specific resolutions, providing finer grained DRM controls. Workflow Support Direct Billing Integration – This sends billing metrics to the Adobe Analytics backend, which is certified by Adobe Primetime for streams used by the customer. TVSDK automatically collects metrics, abiding by the customer sales contract to generate periodic usage reports required for billing purposes.

On every stream start event, TVSDK uses the Adobe Analytics data insertion API to send billing metrics such as content type, ad insertion enabled flags, and drm enabled flags – based on the duration of the billable stream – to the Adobe Analytics Primetime owned report suite.

This does not interfere with or get included in the customer’s own Adobe Analytics report suites or server calls. On request, this billing usage report is sent to customers periodically. This is the first phase of the billing feature supporting usage billing only.

It can be configured based on the sales contract using the APIs described in the documentation. This feature is enabled by default. To turn this feature off, refer to the reference player sample.

Improved Failover Support – Additional strategies implemented to continue uninterrupted playback, despite failures of host servers, playlist files, and segments. Advertising Moat Integration – Support for ad viewability measurement from Moat.

Companion banners – Companion banners are displayed alongside a linear ad and often continue to be displayed on the view after the ad ends. Analytics VHL 2. The complexity of the APIs has been decreased to to ease the implementation. Download the VHL library v2. Display aspect ratio can be calculated as follows: Feature matrix TVSDK for Android supports a number of features that you can implement to add functionality to your video applications. In the feature tables below, a ‘Y’ indicates that the feature is supported in the current release.

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