The Videolinq API (ver. 1) can help developers build their own live streaming video solution when using Videolinq as infrastructure. When using the API, connectivity, and features used on Videolinq are done from your application.

To use the Videolinq API you will need to be a developer with experience working with video related API's. You can't use only one feature of the API as features have dependencies. To use Videolinq via the API you must build an entire workflow to support user creation, stream assignments, endpoint destinations, and channel operation. Player creation and data statistics are optional features you may want to activate too.

The Videolinq Live Streaming API provides a programmer interface for creating Users, Stream Jobs, Endpoints, Schedulers, and Players programmatically. The API accepts JSON POST requests and returns responses as JSON. The API is language agnostic and can be used with any programming language capable of sending HTTP POST requests and parsing JSON data. The following is a reference for using the API, and the operations available to application developers.

The Videolinq API version 1 works with our previous media dashboard version 2.0. In June 2020 we released Videolinq media dashboard version 3.0. We plan to release a separate API that will support this media dashboard in mid-2021.

Read more information about the Videolinq API version 1.0. To use the Videolinq API order a plan with API access. Please indicate in the comments of your order that you would like to use the Videolinq API and a proper account and plan will be created to support this feature.

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