The analytics page is divided into five sections, Overview, Top List, Content, Viewers and Usage. These sections all contain data which can be filtered and exported.
Note that streaming and storage data is presented as gibibytes.
All analytics sections except Overview have support for filtering. You can apply filters and select a date range to only show statistics for the media that interests you.
Using the Save Search functionality you may save a specific set of filters which you then can access from the Quick Filters drop down and apply with one click.
Graphs displayed on the Analytics page are stacked, displaying the difference between data from live and on-demand media. Pressing either Live or On-demand toggles their visibility in the graph.
Most analytics sections also has support for exporting the data as CSV files. The CSV files can then be used in any third party program that can import data from CSV, for example Excel.
When exporting data from the analytics page, any filters applied in the Console when pressing export will also apply for the exported CSV file.
A quick overview of Views, Viewed Time, Unique Viewers, Engagement, Streaming and Storage for the last 30 days.
The Top List contains a list of the 500 most viewed media on the account, and can can be sorted by Views, Impressions, Viewed Time and Engagement.
The total number of views for media on the Account.
A view is defined as when a video is started for a viewer.
Pressing replay after playback has finished does not trigger a new view. Similarly, an automatically looping video does not trigger new views for each loop.
When advertisement is enabled, views are counted after the pre-roll has ended and the Screen9 video content starts.
The aggregated viewed time.
Engagement displays a graph covering the viewers engagement throughout the duration of the media. The graph tells you how large percentage of viewers that watched different sections of the video.
When a user seeks back or replays the media without closing the player, the engagement counts double and thus engagement can be over 100%.
The total viewed time divided by number of views and media length. Or in other words, as a percentage, how large portion of a media has been consumed on average.
The unique number of viewers that has generated at least one view.
Demographics shows a list, map and pie chart of from which countries the videos on your account have been watched.
The domains of websites which your videos have been consumed on.
Note that if you use preview links to present or view your videos you will see api.screen9.com or csp.screen9.com listed as domains.
Consumed bandwidth for media streaming.
Total storage used on your account.