There is no API methods for deleting a Clip
Please provide a method
This is a critical requirement for developers to provide tools to assist broadcasters in managing clips as the number of DMCA demands increases. because the same problem is on my website (https://agclandscapes.com.au/).
What is there to consider here over 9 months? This could be implemented in a few hours.
Its not possible. Once I was also editing some video clips of my website (https://www.mailpro.com/) and after editing I want to delete them but unable to do it. I watched many videos on YouTube about this issue but did not find any method.
I would like to know the status of this proposition considering it is "Under consideration" for more than 6 months now ?
I'm working on a new generation of bots with my team. One of the features we are developping is the ability to identify and delete automatically clips getting DMCA notice or meeting a set of predefined conditions (Currently we have to manage 10000+ clips on differents channels by hand). We would like to avoid the usage of the GraphQL endpoint, but Twitch API doesn't provide anything for this :(
If you are getting DMCA notice on your clips then you can delete it manually other wise there is no need to delete it. I also tried to delete clips from my website' page https://truthinequity.com/educate-empower/ but nothing happened. Then I delete it manually.
Please can we add this feature to the API?
The last official response I had for this feature was that it was a security concern, but the API can delete VODs, and the GraphQL (which is not permitted to developers) can do this already. What's the security issue with something like this? Why is this not already a thing for resources?
A feature like this will allow developers to delete improper clips, which considering clips are created by third parties, should allow the creator as much freedom as required to delete them considering they are resources owned and liable by the creator.
Please can we allow it, even a specific scoped role we have to request through OAuth is something MUCH better than what we have at the moment - nothing.
Actually there is a new discussion on this related to DMCA.
I actually have a list of standardized fields from CJIS we could use to ensure the deletion and clip metadata process is as transparent and fair as possible.
Would anyone be interested in my listing them out?
There is a way to delete Clips as a Streamer using GraphQL.
but according to twitch you are not permitted to use that existing API https://discuss.dev.twitch.tv/t/is-it-legal-to-use-https-gql-twitch-tv-gql-endpoint/21811
So this is getting my upvote and in addition I'd ask for a role based implementation, so moderators/editors can help the streamers to delete clips (that might violate TOS as a good example)
This is an essential need for developers to build tools to help broadcasters manage clips during the increase of DMCA requests