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  1. You can scan your HTML5 ad here to see what's wrong: https://www.advalify.io/html5-ad-validator
  2. Hi Kek, great tool! There's however an online backup ad generator for HTML5 ads, and it works quite fast. See here: https://www.creativeqa.io/html5-backup-ad-generator/nt3t6-74591-a5e26 It takes a high-quality screenshot of the last frame of an HTML5 creative. You can set the maximum file size of the image, and you have the option to export to PNG, JPG or WebP. You can also use the API to auto-generate backup images. That having said, your tool is much more sophisticated. Well done!
  3. Host-initiated subload, CSS minification, CPU usage... Use this checklist with more than 50 data points to tick off ad validation tests you've performed on a creative. https://www.advalify.io/ad-validation-checklist-77191 Anyone using tests that are not on the list?
  4. You can upload your HTML5 Zip file here. It will create multiple high-resolution backup image for your ad in seconds: https://www.creativeqa.io/html5-backup-ad-generator If your ad has animation, you can choose the last image/screenshot.
  5. Hi @FrontDev Once you've made your modifications, you can test the initial load and host-initiated subload using automated scanning tools. Here's an example of an ad that loaded 7.5 MB of data in total (with a video): https://www.creativeqa.io/html5-ad-validator/3126e-8312a-b23af Edit: you can now use APIs to automate and scale the ad validation process: https://www.advalify.io/html5-ad-validator
  6. Hi again, See attachment. Is this what you meant to measure the polite load of a HTML5 Zip creative? It sums up the bytes of all requests loaded 1 second after the DOMContentLoaded event. Here's a link to the tool: https://www.advalify.io/html5-ad-validator
  7. If you have 120 PNG images, the file size would probably become quite large. Why don't you create an MP4 video instead? First, name your images padded with zeros. For example, pic0001.png, pic0002.png, etc. Then, run this ffmpeg command: ffmpeg -r 60 -f image2 -s 1920x1080 -i pic%04d.png -vcodec libx264 -crf 25 -pix_fmt yuv420p test.mp4 If you don't have ffmpeg, you can download it here: https://ffmpeg.org Perhaps this is not the solution you're looking for, but since you said ALL suggestions are welcome
  8. Do you base a banner's initial load based on the DOMContentLoaded event or user interaction? Perhaps I can help you further. Note that the IAB has renamed "polite" to "host-initiated subload", as it was not clearly defined. The host-initiated subload is now defined as all assets that load 1 second after the DOMContentLoadedEventEnd event of a page. See here: https://iabtechlab.com/standards/iab-display-advertising-guidelines/iab-display-creative-guidelines-release-notes/ There are tools available that can calculate these loads automatically, just by uploading the creative Zip file. Any chance you can attach your ad tag or Zip file to this post?
  9. You can try https://www.advalify.io/html5-ad-validator as an alternative. It also scans a number of things that Google doesn't take into account.
  10. Google's no longer works since March 2021 as it's deprecated. You can try https://www.creativeqa.io/html5-ad-validator as an alternative. It also scans a number of things that Google doesn't take into account. Edit: you can now use APIs to automate and scale the ad validation process: https://www.advalify.io/html5-ad-validator That's probably because bots are detected on the landing page, making it impossible to load. You can try a different landing page to see if that's the case.
  11. Hi Bradley, You can use https://www.advalify.io/html5-ad-validator to scan the ad. It will report the CPU usage in milliseconds, which is way more appropriate than measuring CPU utilization. As already pointed out, a percentage is completely relative to the CPU used.
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