Primetime Ad Insertion is a server-side monetization solution with client-side ad tracking capabilities that helps publishers create next generation TV experiences in live, linear, and VOD streams.

Primetime Ad Insertion help

This guide shows how Primetime Ad Insertion helps publishers maximize ad revenue by delivering personalized, TV-quality ad experiences to their viewers across devices, even in complex situations like live events or when using real-time programmatic decisioning.

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User Guide Description
Get Started with Primetime Ad Insertion Provides detailed information on how to get started with Primetime Ad Insertion
Primetime Ad Insertion Announcements Provides the latest articles and announcments related to Primetime Ad Insertion
Primetime Ad Insertion Release Notes Provides release-specific information, system requirements, limitations, fixed issues, and known issues.
Just-in-Time Ad Transcoding Explains how Just-in-Time Encoding ensures that incompative creatives play back properly in your HLS/DASH streams.
Primetime Ad Insertion Technical Reference Technical and Bootstrap API reference for Primetime Ad Insertion.
Monitoring and Debugging Gives insights into Primetime Ad Insertion monitoring and debugging tools.

Primetime User guides for client-side libraries

User Guide Description
Primetime Programming Help Allows you to learn to develop applications and video players using Java on Android devices and Objective-C on iOS devices.
Primetime Migration & Conversion Help Explains the conversion and migration process to move from your existing Primetime TVSDK Suite to the next-generation suite.
Reference Implementation Helps understand the TVSDK and modify the feature managers to customize your personal player.
Digital Rights Management Helps you learn more about various user scenarios in Digital Rights Management (DRM)
Primetime API references Provides detailed information about TVSDK functions, data structures and other programming constructs.
Archives Download PDFs of the archived documentation.

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