I have setup videotracking for my site using the following js code (GitHub - azine/vimeo.ga.js: Tracking Vimeo Player Events with Google Analytics. for the vimeo player and GitHub - azine/videojs-analytics: Analytics plugin for video.js for both GoogleAnalytics and Piwik for videojs.org player).
For both players I execute the following js to track the “Play”, “Pause”, “Seek” etc. events.
_paq.push(['trackEvent', playerName, action, videoName]);
From the firebug network tab I can see that a GET request is being sent to my piwik instance:
_id :c4e875fecfa5313c _idn :0 _idts :1442589588 _idvc :1 _refts :0 _viewts :1442589588 ag :0 cookie :1 dir :0 e_a :Started video e_c :Vimeo e_n :https://player.vimeo.com/video/135083225 e_v :false fla :1 gears :0 gt_ms :877 h :17 idsite :1 java :0 m :39 pdf :0 qt :0 r :995473 realp :0 rec :1 res :2560x1440 s :44 send_image :0 url :https://myhost.com/app_dev.php/de/help/videos wma :0
From what I read in the documentation I would expect this to work fine.
But for some reason I get an 404-error?
Do I need to configure anything in piwik before I can use the event-feature?
Your help is highly appreciated!