If you are using Server-to-Server Tracking, use the following parameters.
|Parameter||Description||Only for Action "Play"||Optional|
|mi||Name of the multimedia file; the same guidelines apply here as for assigning a page name (content ID).|
|mk||The current action of the media player. The default actions are "play", "pause", "stop", "pos", "seek" and "eof".|
|mt1||Current position within the file. The value is given as an integer in seconds.|
|mt2||Total playing time of the multimedia file. The value is given as an integer in seconds. Only evaluated during the very first "play" request.|
|bw||Bandwidth in bit/second. The value is given as an integer. Only the last transferred value is stored in a media session (see below "Notes on media sessions").|
Volume. Values between 0 and 255 are assumed. It is recommended to use 0 to 100 to evaluate the volume as a percentage value in Intelligence. The spectrum from 0 to 255 is accepted here for compatibility reasons. Only the last value passed is stored in a media session (see below "Notes on media sessions").
Mute. 1 = Mute active (tone off); 0 = Mute inactive (tone on). Only the last transferred value is stored in a media session (see below "Notes on media sessions").
|mg1||Media category. The media categories must be created in the Mapp Q3 (see Creating a Media Category). The established categories get IDs, which are appended to the parameter "mg". The parameter "mg1" passes the value for the media category 1, "mg2" for media category 2 and so on. Only evaluated during the very first "play" request.|
|x||Timestamp. Used exclusively to bypass the cache of the browser, otherwise, the same requests may not be resent.|
Please observe the following notes on media sessions:
- A media session is terminated with the media actions eof, stop and init (init also creates a new media session in this request).
- With the same media ID and subsequent play follows, the old media session is continued.
- With the same media ID and subsequent init, the old media session is closed and a new media session is started.
- With different media IDs, a new media session is started. The will lead to multiple media sessions in parallel.