api call to reset stream key
I see you have it in your v5 API https://dev.twitch.tv/docs/v5/reference/channels#reset-channel-stream-key
But it seems like there's no way to do this in the current API? This would allow someone to create an automated channel for a community, like the Randomania channel, or the ZeldaSpeedruns channel
Agreed. The ever increasing chance of a key leak through human error in a growing community where streamers come and go seems like a disaster waiting to happen. It'd be so convenient being able to automatically rotate the key, combined with the already existing API ability to display the key, for example as "single-use" stream keys via Discord bots, etc.
I understand there is the streamer account management option in the website UI, but as mentioned by Jamie, this can get overwhelming for large communities to operate manually.
This is very close to a use case that I need. We need to be able to update a stream key automatically (reset then retrieve) in order to allow multiple users to stream to a single channel without giving out the raw login information. Logging in and adding a remote streamer/secondary account to access the stream key is too manual for the volume and intended purpose of the tool.