How do I handle the notify option using Asp.Net?

To handle correctly “notify” option you can do the following: 1)     add an {YourFileName}.aspx into your Asp.Net Web Application. Where {YourFileName} – is the name of your .aspx file. 2)     Put this code into {YourFileName}.aspx   Please, note the ValidateRequest=”false” is required, because of the Asp.Net security  system  doesn’t let to post  xml by default. Read more

Notification errors with framework 4.0

Wondering where your notifications are with framework 4.0? Fact of the matter is that framework 4.0 doesn't respect RequestValidation=false when accessing the forms collection, so placing <httpRuntime requestValidationMode=”2.0″ /> in the web.config <system.web> section reverts to framework 2.0 operation. You'll now successfully receive notifications with an xml of a completed job information.

Where can I find wrappers for API development?

We've recently published an Objective C wrapper for the API  that will jump start your iOS application video development.  Now you can utilize within your iOS apps to not only transcode any user generated video upload but also prepare URLs or embed code to ensure any video will playback brilliantly on over Read more

How can I use your PHP uploader tool?

Please note these instructions are for the uploader scripts, v. 1.1. The audience for this document is intended to be web script authors, software developers and system administrators. Introduction: The User Uploader Script enables the direct upload of User Generated Video (UGV) content to storage so you can avoid a workflow where Read more

Double percent-encoding needed for VBScript FTP paths

For VBScript output to work, you may need to percent-encode the destination path twice. Like this. Regular FTP path: Single URL (%) encoded – used for some standard FTP configurations Double URL (%) encoded – used for VBScript FTP

HTTP notifications failed in ASP.NET

Assume you specified some notification URL in your AddMedia API request: <notify></notify> But you see nothing happens. Most often the problem is that your ASP.NET server drops notification HTTP request because it considers the request is ‘dangerous’. To fix this you should set validaterequest = false for this page.