You can use the TVSDK configuration file (AdobeTVSDKConfig.json) to update the priorities for ad creative selection on VAST/VMAP responses. You can also use this configuration file to define the source URL transformation rules for ad creatives.
When your video player makes a request to an ad server, the VAST/VMAP response usually includes multiple ad creatives ( MediaFile elements), each of which provides a URL to a different container-codec version. In some cases, ad creatives in the VAST/VMAP response each provide a different bitrate for the ad. If you want to specify your own priority and transformation rules for these ad creatives, you can do so in the AdobeTVSDKConfig.json configuration file.
- Do not change the name of the TVSDK configuration file. The name must remain AdobeTVSDKConfig.json.
- This file must be placed in the assets/ folder of your project.
- Changing audio tracks when ad is playing does not change the audio track. A player should not allow users to change the audio track when an ad is playing.
You can specify two types of rules in AdobeTVSDKConfig.json: Priority rules and Normalize rules.
Ad Rules change
The Ad rules are specified using a JSON file. The format of the JSON file remains the same in both versions of the TVSDK. However, in TVSDK v3.0, the Ad rules JSON file must be hosted on a location accessible via a HTTP URL. The application can use an instance of AuditudeSettings:
//TVSDK v3.0 AuditudeSettings result = new AuditudeSettings(); result.setCRSRulesJsonURL(<http url of AdobeTVSDKConfig.json>);