An offset into the playlist where the last uninterrupted period of playback began, in seconds.
- iOS 4.3–9.0Deprecated
- Mac Catalyst 13.0–13.0Deprecated
If the playback start offset is unknown, this property’s value is negative.
Movie Access Log Event Properties
The timestamp for when playback began for the movie log access event.
The URI of the playback item.
The IP address of the web server that was the source of the last delivered media segment. Can be either an IPv4 or an IPv6 address.
A GUID that identifies the playback session. This value is used in HTTP requests.
The accumulated duration of the media played, in seconds.
The total number of playback stalls encountered.
The empirical throughput across all media downloaded for the movie player, in bits per second.
The throughput required to play the stream, as advertised by the web server, in bits per second.
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