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- Events related to ads all have the prefix OO.EVENTS.
- You can subscribe to the events to invoke your own callback functions when they occur.
|WILL_PLAY_ADS||Ads for a given time slot will start playing now.
This event may be followed by multiple AD_POD_STARTED or AD_POD_ENDED events.
|ADS_PLAYED||Ads for a given time slot have finished playing.|
|AD_POD_STARTED||A set of ads from a given ad manager has started playing.
This event may be followed by multiple WILL_PLAY_SINGLE_AD or SINGLE_AD_PLAYED events.
|AD_POD_ENDED||A set of ads from a given ad manager has finished playing (ended).|
|WILL_PLAY_SINGLE_AD||A single linear ad will start playing now.|
|SINGLE_AD_PLAYED||A single linear ad has finished playing.|
|WILL_PLAY_NONLINEAR_AD||A nonlinear ad will start showing now.|
|NONLINEAR_AD_PLAYED||A nonlinear ad has finished showing.|
|HIDE_NONLINEAR_AD||A nonlinear ad will be hidden. This will not count against the clock timer for how long the ad should be shown.|
|SHOW_NONLINEAR_AD||A nonlinear ad will be shown.|
|WILL_SHOW_COMPANION_ADS||A companion ad should be played. The ad details are included in the event parameters.|
|ADS_ERROR||This indicates that an ad manager encountered an error. An ad manager could raise this event at any time.|
|ADS_CLICKED||The ad that is currently playing was clicked.|
|WILL_PAUSE_ADS||A pause was requested on the ad that is currently playing.|
|WILL_RESUME_ADS||A resume was requested on the ad that is currently playing.|
|PLAYHEAD_TIME_CHANGED||This event contains the current position and total duration of the ad that is currently playing. This is used to update the scrubber bar.|