In this topic, you will learn how to use the new Brightcove player to update a session cookie during playback to maintain the current position. This sample adds and updates a cookie in the user's web browser. This may be a potential privacy concern in certain geographic areas.
In this topic, you will learn how to use a Brightcove player that limits how many times a user can view a video in a single day. This sample adds and updates a cookie in the user's web browser. This may be a potential privacy concern in certain geographic areas.
In this topic, you will learn how to get a client_id and client_secret using curl and the OAuth API. Your client_id and client_secret are used in getting an access_token, which provides the authorization to make a call to a particular Brightcove API. You can see an example of how the access_token is retrieved in the
This tutorial guides you through the steps to get a client_id and client_secret using Postman, a popular tool for testing REST API requests. NOTE: The preferred method to obtain client credentials is to use the Studio UI, the use of which is detailed in the Managing API Credentials document. This document is for those choosing to use Postman.
Introduction The API Credentials interface in Video Cloud Studio does not always provide a way to get client credentials for API methods. In some cases, the API method is new, and simply has not been added to the Studio UI yet. In other cases, the action may be performed only via the API. However,...
In this topic, you will learn how to get client credentials and use them to get temporary access tokens for API calls. This applies to the Ingest Profiles, Dynamic Ingest, and CMS APIs. You can get client credentials that can be used to authorize requests for just one of the APIs, or any combination of the three.