Meride API - Video - Update

This page explains how to update Video elements.

Entity name: video.

PUT http://API_DOMAIN/rest/v2/video/{resource-id}.{format}

{resource-id}: the object ID


Attribute Value Mandatory
title A non-empty string NO
short_description A string NO
description A string NO
tags A string where each tag has the , character as a divisor NO
preview_image A reference to the absolute path of the image on your disk or a remote URL.
Formats accepted: jpg, png, gif
It is not possible to change the video source of the object


Field Value Description
id string Object ID
title string The title of the video
short_description string The associated short description
description string The associated complete description
tags string List of tags separated by commas
duration float Video duration in seconds
available_video boolean If the video is available for playback, the value will be set 1, otherwise it will have the value 0
invalid_video boolean 1 If the video was not converted correctly, 0 otherwise
created_at string The create date that follows the format Y-m-d H:i:s
Y(year) m(month) d(day) H(hours) i(minutes) s(seconds)
preview_image string URL of the associated preview image

Example of a request

curl -i -H "Accept: application/json" -H "Content-Type:application/json" -H "access-token: [your-access-token]" -H "X-HTTP-Method-Override: PUT" -X POST http://API_DOMAIN/rest/v2/video/2.json -d '
    "title": "New title"

Example of a JSON response

	"title":"New title",
	"created_at":"2012-09-25 17:55:47",

Note The updated object will be returned as a response

Note The PUT method is not supported by all systems. In case of problems, add the parameter to the Header of the callX-HTTP-Method-Override: PUT and use the method POST as default

PHP SDK documentation
$merideApi = new Meride\Api('[your-auth-code]', 'http://API_DOMAIN/', 'v2');
$response = $merideApi->update('video', '2', array (
  'title' => 'New title',