The total number of views of media. When advertisement is enabled, the view is counted after the preroll is completed and the main content starts. 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.
The total number of times that the video has been displayed to users without necessarily being played.
- Viewed Time
The total viewed time.
- Unique Visitors
The unique number of visitors that has generated at least one view.
- Average Engagement
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.
Consumed bandwidth for media streaming.
Total data stored on your account.
Sort your media by Views, Impressions, Viewed Time or Engagement during the selected time frame.
Detailed graphs showing Views, Average Engagement, Streaming, Storage and Demographics for your account during the selected time frame.
Single media statistics include Views, Engagement, Average Engagement and Streaming.
Views, Average Engagement and Streaming for single media works same way as explained in Overview, Engagement for single media displays a graph covering the engagement throughout the duration of the media. For each point in time of the duration of the media, the graph tells you how large percentage of users that watched here. When a user seeks back/replays the media without closing the player, the engagement counts double and thus engagement can be over 100%.