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Herberth Alvarado
Maintainers: Jason Gamboa Orlando Sanchez Martinez Herberth Alvarado    AMP SDK for Android   Akamai’s Android AMP SDK is a multimedia playback component for native Android applications.    Formats supported HLS MPEG-Dash SmoothStreaming PMD (mp4, mp3, 3gp, others)   Features Easy integration Simple API for playback control Plays…
Orlando Sanchez Martinez
Akamai's Media Acceleration and Efficiency (MAE) is the next generation of Akamai’s media acceleration technology, designed to improve viewing experiences for over-the-top (OTT) video, accelerate video games and other software downloads. Read more about it here.     Integrating MAE into AMP  1) Include into your project the following libraries:…
Herberth Alvarado
Maintainer: Orlando Sanchez Martinez This document is part of AMP Android SDK      The Android AMP SDK includes a protection mechanism based on license codes. Licenses are generated by Akamai and are valid only for a single application, since the Java package name of the Android app is used as input for the license generation. Licenses are also…
Orlando Sanchez Martinez
PrerequisiteThe rest of this guide assumes you have successfully integrated AMP's Core (you are able to play back a video).   Getting startedFor reference, check the AMPCaptioningSample Android Studio sample project in the release package. To integrate the plugin into your app, you need to:   1) Add the amp-closed-captions.jar to your…
Orlando Sanchez Martinez
If you found an issue, reach out to our team on amp-sdk-support@akamai.com   The following are ALL required: Clear steps to replicate the issue Sample stream URL Details about the device: Brand Model Android OS version Akamai AMP SDK details: Version (query it with the constant AMPLibraryInfo.VERSION) Mode (are you calling…
Orlando Sanchez Martinez
This document is part of AMP Android SDK    Using the EXO mode, Digital Rights Managment (DRM) protected playback is supported on Android 4.4 (API level 19) and higher. All Android devices are required to support Widevine modular DRM (with L3 security, although many devices also support L1). Some devices may support additional schemes such as…
Orlando Sanchez Martinez
Prerequisite The rest of this guide assumes you have successfully integrated AMP's Core (you are able to play back a video). It also assumes you have started conversations with a Comscore representative, for them to provide you some custom metadata specific to your Android app, that you will need in Point #5 of this guide (AdobeUserId,…
Orlando Sanchez Martinez
This document is part of AMP Android SDK      When migrating from an older version to our latest, the changes needed for basic playback are minor:       1) Playing a stream Previously, the developer had to know all about the different decoding modes included in the SDK, to choose an appropriate one for the stream to be played: // Old String…
Herberth Alvarado
Maintainer: Jason Gamboa This document is part of AMP Android SDK    Akamai Media Analytics provides detailed client-side and server-side reporting services. Server-side reports typically contain audience engagement and content usage information. The client-side reports provide information on user interaction and bandwidth. The Android SDK…
Herberth Alvarado
Maintainer: Orlando Sanchez Martinez This document is part of AMP Android SDK    Automatic bitrate switching is supported by two modes: MODE_SOFTWARE and MODE_HARDWARE_ADVANCED. MODE_HARDWARE_ADVANCED mode is compatible with Android devices 4.0 and above.   MODE_HARDWARE is compatible with Android device 1.6 and above. It doesn’t support automatic…
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