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Fetching annotations

There are a number of endpoints for fetching annotations. The recommended way to fetch annotations is to use the GET /anno/v1/fast endpoints.

By default, he endpoints below do no include the ancillary data for each annotation. To include the ancillary data, add the ?data=true query parameter to the URL.

Fetch by video

Get all annotations for a single video. You will need the video_reference_uuid from your video asset manager.

GET http://myserver.org/anno/v1/fast/videoreference/<video_reference_uuid>

Fetch by multiple videos

Get all annotations for multiple videos. You will need the list of video_reference_uuid from your video asset manager.

POST http://myserver.org/anno/v1/fast/multi

Content-Type: application/json

{
  "video_reference_uuids": [
    "<video_reference_uuid>",
    "<video_reference_uuid>",
    "<video_reference_uuid>"
  ]
}

Fetch by multiple videos but only within specific time bounds

Gets all annotations from multiple videos, but only returns the ones in the given time range.

POST http://myserver.org/anno/v1/fast/concurrent

Content-Type: application/json

{
  "video_reference_uuids": [
    "<video_reference_uuid>",
    "<video_reference_uuid>",
    "<video_reference_uuid>"
  ],
  "start_timestamp": <start_time_iso8601>,
  "end_timestamp": <end_time_iso8601>
}

iso8601 timestamps are formated like: yyyy-mm-ddThh:mm:ss.sssZ

Fetch by concept name

Gets all annotations for a concept name.

GET http://myserver.org/anno/v1/fast/concept/<concept_name>