Glossary of Terms

File Transcoding Status

A file's status is indicated by a status number. More about transcoding.

Status codeNameDescription
0UploadingThe file is currently being uploaded. Occasionally files that are cancelled or failed during the upload process will stay on this status.
1QueuedThe file currently queued for transcoding.
2ConvertingThe file is being transcoded or being moved from the transcode servers to storage servers.
3ConvertedThe file is transcoded, and ready to be used.
4FailedSometimes a file could not be transcoded. Common reasons are aborted uploads and unsupported file types (.exe, .doc, etc…).

File Trashed/Deleted Status

There are additional codes that identify whether the file is trashed or deleted combined with the transcoding status. More about transcoding.

Status codeDescription
100Trashed (any trashed status)
101Trashed while uploading
102Trashed while queued for conversion
103Trashed while converting
104Trashed after successful conversion
105Trashed after failed conversion
200Deleted (any deleted status)
201Deleted while uploading
202Deleted while queued for conversion
203Deleted while converting
204Deleted after successful conversion
205Deleted after failed conversion

Moderation Filter keywords

Use the following keywords to filter content by its moderation status. More about moderation.

unmoderatedOnly return unmoderated content
approvedOnly return approved content
notdeniedOnly return content that is not denied (unmoderated / approved)
deniedOnly return denied content
moderatedOnly return content that has been moderated (approved / denied)
allAll media, regardless of moderation status

Moderation Status codes

Almost any media-based data payload will include the moderation status of the media in question. More about moderation.

Standard Media statusDescription
unmoderated0 Unmoderated content
approved 1 Approved content
denied 2 Denied content

File Types

Value Type
2 Video
3 Audio
4 Text

Context codes

Value Type