Infinite Content can be set to make it show content automatically, or to require the user’s intervention before showing it. By this article, you will learn the way to set these parameters.
On the General submenu of the Properties panel of Infinite Content, if you set the drop-down parameter Type with the option Auto, the iframe window will be automatically displayed when reaching the assigned entry time. This iframe type is automatically launched; it does not use callers and is potentially the most intrusive, since it interrupts reproduction with content not demanded by the user. However, in some cases, it might be well founded, so it does not happen to be intrusive but useful. Recognise the worth of each case with care before making a decision.
Show only into play
On the drop-down menu itself, if you choose the Playing option, content will not be displayed until the user interacts with the caller and the caller will only be displayed while the video is being reproduced. As soon as the video is put into pause mode, it will disappear and will be displayed when starting reproduction again. This option is less intrusive than the previous one, since users decide when they want the iframe window to open.
Show only into pause
Unlike the previous case, if you choose the option Paused on the Type drop-down submenu, the caller will be displayed when the video is into pause mode and will disappear when reproduction is started again. This is the less intrusive option among the three, since users see no element on the image until they decide willingly to pause the video to interact with it.