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    • Ad Server: Select the video ad server that will use this tag. If your ad server is not listed, select Other and enter the ad server name in the space provided.

    • Video Player: Select the video player that will load the ad. If your video player is not listed, select Other and enter the ad server name.
    • Protocol: Select the VAST Protocol that your video player supports (VAST 2.0 or VAST 3.0). Select 2 or 3 to use both InLine and Wrapper VAST. 
      • To use only InLine VAST when using the ad tag directly in your ad server, manually modify the vadFmt  parameter.
      • To use only InLine VAST with an oRTB integration with PubMatic, dynamically pass the "protocols" array values 2 and/or 3 alone.
    • VPAID Support: Select whether your video inventory supports VPAID and if so, which version (VPAID 1.0 or VPAID 2.0).

      Warning
      Selecting a VPAID version will enforce all your video impressions to be considered VPAID compatible. This can cause VPAID creatives to fail if not all of your inventory supports VPAID. 


      If the inventory served through this ad tag is a combination of both VPAID and non-VPAID, select "No VPAID" and send the VPAID version dynamically through the vapi parameter (tag or custom s2s integrations) or through the api parameter (ortb integrations).

    • MIME Types: Select the MIME types supported by the selected video player. Common MIME type combinations for VPAID inventory include: (mp4, javascript, webm, & ogg) or (mp4 & javascript).
    • Player Size:
      • Select Dynamic if the site's video player size is not fixed and can be resized with the browser window. In the resulting ad tag, modify the appropriate parameter placeholders (vw and vh) with the corresponding Ad Server or Video Player macros, which will determine the player size when the ad is run.

        Info
        If using an oRTB integration with PubMatic, dynamically send the w and h parameters instead.


      • Select Static if the player size is fixed. Enter the width and height of the player.
    • Ad Duration: Enter the minimum and maximum duration for the video ads. (Minimum must be > 0 seconds and Maximum must be < 500 seconds).
    • Placement Type: Select whether the placement will be Static or Dynamic.
      • If  Static: Select In-Stream or one of the Outstream Out-stream options (In-Banner, In-Article, In-Feed, or Interstitial/Slider/Floating).
        • If In-Stream is selected:
          • Select the Linearity (see below for details).
          • Select the In-Stream position (Pre-roll, Mid-roll or Post-roll)
      • If Dynamic:
        • Select the Linearity (see below for details).
        • Select the In-Stream position (Pre-roll, Mid-roll or Post-roll)
    • Linearity: Select whether the ad type is Linear or Non-linear or if Any if both are supported.
        • Linear video ads play before, after or during a break in the video content. 
        • Non-linear video ads appear along with the video content. (e.g., Overlays, which cover part of the video as it plays.)
    • Playback Methods: Select one or more methods. The playback method determines how the video playback starts.
    • Skippable: Select whether or not the video ads are skippable.
      • If Skippable, enter the number of seconds before the skip button is displayed or skip functionality is allowed
    • Max Bitrate: Set the maximum bitrate for the video ad if you'd like to limit the file size of the creative media files. This can be helpful for mobile, where bandwidth is lower.
    • Companion Ad: Select whether or not companion ads are supported. If supported, enter a companion ad size.

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