"Advertisement: Your video will begin soon"
"Default Ad Rendering" wrote:
If the client application has no need for custom UI or user interaction during ad rendering, it is recommended to use the default rendering method showAds(). This method handles rendering and control of interactive and video ads, as well as displaying basic messaging UI (e.g., “Your program will continue after these messages”) and feedback UI (“Ad 1 of 3”).
... it would be nice to be able to modify the "Your program will return after this message" (from memory, so that may not be quite right). I don't have a program that's going to return.
I'm not sure the text always reads the same, but I've gotten used to just ignoring it. As for the "Ad 1 of x" overlay, sometimes it's there and sometimes it's not (and x doesn't seem to matter). Seems like a bug to me, but there's probably an underlying cause we'll never be able to figure out without the RAF library source.
I've been told that the "Advertisement: Your video will begin soon" and lack of "Ad 1 of x" overlay indicate that it is a 3rd-party interactive ad.
RAF does not directly control the UI appearance in that case.
11.12 | Number of ads are displayed as label during ad breaks