On the Quality Parameters page there are two entries for "Average
Bitrate". The first is in the "Quality Metadata" section and this one
corresponds with the Average Bitrate Dimension. When it says, "The value
is predefined buckets at 100kbps intervals," it's referencing how the
value will be displayed as a 100kbps range. So if the average bitrate is
300kbps, it will get reported as (300-399).The second "Average Bitrate"
entry is in the Quality Metrics section The metric will give you the
As a side note, it doesn't look like Average Bitrate functions like the
documentation says it does. From what I can tell, it just keeps a
running total of all bitrate values that have been reported. Has anyone
else seen this?
I was looking at the Documentation for Adobe Heartbeat and it says that
the Average Bitrate metric is...I'm not sure I understand what it means
when it says "The value is predefined buckets at 100kbps intervals."
Could someone elaborate on that? Also when it says weighted average does
that mean that some of the bitrate values don't contribute as much as
others? e.g. a bitrate value for a BitrateChange event might contributed
less than the bitrate for a Play event.
After further investigation it appears that Error IDs send via Heartbeat
cannot be displayed in Adobe Analytics Workspaces. It's also not
possible to intercept the s:event:id using a processing rule. If you
need to track exact video errors, the recommendation is to make an
AppMeasurement's s.tl() call.
I'm using Adobe Heartbeat 2.0 for video tracking and I'm tracking errors
via the standard trackError
call...mediaHeartbeat.trackError(error);After calling the function, I
get a HTTP request with the following query
parameters...s:event:id:MyErrorIDs:event:type: errorMy question is,
where in the Analytics Interface can I see the Error ID? I'm able to
find the number of errors, but not a dimension that holds the actual ID.
In my example, I'd like to see which errors are being fired for a