In addition to our site-served, custom all-screen Creatives, we can also accomodate creative bookings that are served by a third-party. Tremor Video recommends observing these specifications when submitting assets for third-party video ad serving.
If your ad tag can support multiple media files, feel free to include a larger video file; the media file that is most appropriate for the resolution of the device will deliver to the impression.
|Video Length||90 seconds, max|
|Frame Rate||24 or 30 FPS|
|Recommended Codecs||H.264 codec, De-interlaced or Progressive only|
|Codecs Not Accepted||DVCPRO-HD and HDV 1081i60|
|Video Dimensions||16 x 9 aspect ratio, 1280x720 (HD) maximum|
|Min Audio Bit-rate||128kbps / 44khz (64k~128k @ 44.1kHz or higher)|
|Max Video File Size||25 MB|
|Expected Video File Size||1.5-20 MB
exception: CTV is 4.5-20 MB
|Expected Video Bit-rate||300 to 5,000 kbps
exception: CTV is 1,000 to 5,000 kbps
|Ad Tag Delivery||See: Ad Tag Delivery: by Ad Format Type|
Additional Ad Specifications for the CTV Ad Format
|Ad Format Type||Ad Tags Available|
|CTV||VAST Video (MP4)|
|DESKTOP||VAST Video (MP4), VPAID-Flash, or HTML5/VPAID-JS|
|MOBILE IN-APP||VAST Video (MP4)|
|MOBILE WEB||VAST Video or HTML5/VPAID-JS|
Screen Delivery by Video Size
Delivery Specifications for Each Video Size
Delvering to Mobile Screens
Tremor Video recommends including at least one < 3MB media file in your ad tag when delivering to a mobile in-app screen. This limitation helps to standardize user experience across different connection speeds such as 3G, 4G, LTE, wifi, and so on.
Companion Banner Specifications for Third-Party Ads
Companion banners served with desktop and mobile web third-party ad tags have their own requirements:
|Available for||Desktop and Mobile Web ONLY|
|Companion Banner Sizes||300x250, 728x90, 120x600, 160x600, 300x60, 300x100|
|File Types||jpg or gif, animated gif files accepted|
|Companion Banner File Size||75K|
|User-Initiated Sound Settings
When a third-party serves the ad, user-initiated sound settings cannot be configured by the advertiser; that setting is always configured by the publisher that requests the ad.