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If I have an oAuth that represents a User, where the User is either
- the broadcaster the clip is of
- an editor of the channel that the clip is of
- the user is the owner of the clip
And I make a request for a Clip as documented: https://dev.twitch.tv/docs/api/reference#get-clips
(but with the bearer naturally)
The JSON Response should include the direct link to the MP4 or an ability to download the Clip.
This is off the back of the removal/deprecation of some undocumented API's that I was using to get the MP4 URL for automated download for creation of clip…330 votes
When a "gift bomb"
there is no way to gather all the gifts into one event.
Each gift in a bomb should have a ID to link it to the header event.
IRC sends a header saying "x is giving out y subs to the community"
But the USERNOTICE events, don't say they belong to that event.
Please provide a way to group the events, something as simple as a "parentid" in the child gifts subs, that'll link to a "childid" in the header event.
This header and extra ID's need to be provided on the PubSub event…77 votes
We are investigating this for EventSub.
"The v5 endpoint searched for the channel title and category. Use “Search Channels” to match channel name or title." on https://dev.twitch.tv/docs/api/migration is wrong because the new API does not matches the title! There is no replacement for title searching!46 votes
With the removal of the Follow Create endpoint.
A "non moderation bot" can no longer be automatically added to a channel.
The owner of the bot would have to "login" to the account and manually follow the channel(s) the bot joins.
A "non moderation" bot doesn't run moderation commands, so giving it "mod" wouldn't make sense. (Which would bypass the follow requirement)
Please provide a way to "authorise adding a bot to a channel" that will auto follow the bot to the channel. For this purpose
This could be similar to how Discord does bots, where to add a bot…40 votes
With the addition of animated emotes there is no way to tell from the emote API responses of GetChannelEmotes and GetEmoteSets if a new emote ( id starting with "emotesv2_") is a normal emote or an animated gif emote without downloading it and checking the file contents.
Would be nice to have either a "format" field that tells you "png" or "gif", or at least a "is_animated" bool field for each emote.
Use cases: Whenever you wanna show emote stats or emote info for a channel (like in a chat clients or stats website or emote panel) you often wanna…7 votes
We will be updating the documentation to make it clearer that the image in the payload will always be a static image. We are also planning to document the URL schema for the CDN to retrieve the animated version.
The Create Poll endpoint has optional query parameters to allow additional votes using either bits or channel points.
However, it doesn't actually allow multiple votes. This can be seen in the pubsub response which explictly states that "multi_choice" (property indicating whether additional votes are allowed) is not enabled.
When creating a poll through the web interface, it works just fine as it is created through the GQL and not the API. The GQL message also has an additional property to explicitly allow additional votes, on top of the properties that are used to either allow additional votes by bits and/or…5 votes
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The new GetChannelEmotes endpoint does not return the correct image url for gif emotes.
For example on Lirik:
for an animated emote it returns the url:
When in fact the correct url should of been:
At the moment all gif emotes are given png url's.4 votes
This is the intended behavior. We will be updating the documentation to make it clearer that static images are returned and we will also be documenting the CDN URL schema to request different aspects of the emote (e.g. static/animated, light/dark/, etc)
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