Amazon Kinesis Video Streams
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HLSTimestampRange

The start and end of the timestamp range for the requested media.

This value should not be present if PlaybackType is LIVE.

Note

The values in the HLSTimestampRange are inclusive. Fragments that begin before the start time but continue past it, or fragments that begin before the end time but continue past it, are included in the session.

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EndTimestamp

The end of the timestamp range for the requested media. This value must be within 3 hours of the specified StartTimestamp, and it must be later than the StartTimestamp value.

If FragmentSelectorType for the request is SERVER_TIMESTAMP, this value must be in the past.

The EndTimestamp value is required for ON_DEMAND mode, but optional for LIVE_REPLAY mode. If the EndTimestamp is not set for LIVE_REPLAY mode then the session will continue to include newly ingested fragments until the session expires.

Note

This value is inclusive. The EndTimestamp is compared to the (starting) timestamp of the fragment. Fragments that start before the EndTimestamp value and continue past it are included in the session.

Type: Timestamp

Required: No

StartTimestamp

The start of the timestamp range for the requested media.

If the HLSTimestampRange value is specified, the StartTimestamp value is required.

Note

This value is inclusive. Fragments that start before the StartTimestamp and continue past it are included in the session. If FragmentSelectorType is SERVER_TIMESTAMP, the StartTimestamp must be later than the stream head.

Type: Timestamp

Required: No

See Also

For more information about using this API in one of the language-specific AWS SDKs, see the following:

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