Here is the description of response attributes, which returns to the form of JSON.
It's identify session stream provider, it can be ACCELEVENTS, WISTIA, YOUTUBE, VIMEO, FACEBOOK, ZOOM, DIRECT_UPLOAD.
It's identify session sub stream provider, it can be VOXEET, CHIME, OPENTOK, AGORA.
It's a session stream endpoint.
Unique key used for streaming to a Mux RTMP endpoint. This should be considered as sensitive as credentials, anyone with this stream key can begin streaming.
Mux's standard RTMP entry point. Compatible with the majority of streaming applications and services.
It returns true if stream provider is ACCELEVENTS else false.
It's contains playback restriction token, which is allows you to set additional rules for playing videos. For instance, viewers can play videos embedded on the https://example.com website when you set the Playback Restrictions with example.com as an allowed domain. Any Video requests from other websites are denied.
It's contains playback restriction token, which is allows you to set additional rules for thumbnails. For instance, viewers can view thumbnails embedded on the https://example.com website when you set the Playback Restrictions with example.com as an allowed domain. Any thumbnails request from other websites are denied.
Details of created stream key details in JSON. Which is generated after creating stream key.
Unique identifier for the live stream. This is an optional parameter added when the session created from a live stream.
Here is the possible error messages, which return if any condition gets failed or required data is missing for processing.
The request could not be understood by the server due to malformed syntax.
You are not authorized to view the resource.
Accessing the resource you were trying to reach is forbidden.
The resource you were trying to reach is not found.
Not Event Host
Can not generate stream key, live stream in process.
Session not found!
Mux live stream status not available.
Mux live stream can not create.