Request Pre-signed Upload URL

Generates special expirable URL for direct media content upload. Use this endpoint when you need to upload local files. For media where a public URL is available, consider using the “add_media_url” endpoint instead. After calling this endpoint, you will receive a signed URL in the response. The next step is to perform a “PUT” request to this URL. URLs have a lifetime of 12 hours. Note: when performing the “PUT” request on the pre-signed URL, make sure to omit the authorization header. When your upload is complete, perform the standard “POST” request to the “perform_transcription” endpoint to begin processing.

HTTP Method

GET /api/job/request_upload_url

Query String Parameters — Required (always)

Name Details
v Description The version of the API to use
Allowed Values 1
Example v=1
api_token Description The API token used for this session
Allowed Values Hex String
Example api_token=7ca5dc5c7cce449fb0fff719307e8f5f
job_id Description The ID of the job to which media is added
Allowed Values Hex String
Example job_id=64bea283eff6475ea6596027a6ba0929

Request Body(when adding media from local file)

not applicable

HTTP Headers — Required (when uploading LARGE media files)

not applicable


HTTP Code Details
200 Description Success
  "upload_url" : "https://some-url"
400 Description An error occurred
Contents Error description (see Error Format for details)

Example Requests

GET /api/job/request_upload_url?v=1&api_token=7ca5dc5c7cce449fb0fff719307e8f5f
&job_id=64bea283eff6475ea6596027a6ba0929 HTTP/1.1

Example Response

HTTP/1.1 200 OK
Content-Type: application/json
{ "upload_url" : "https://..." }