AWS Elemental MediaStore
User Guide

Viewing a List of Objects

You can use the AWS Elemental MediaStore console to view items (objects and folders) stored in the top-most level of a container or in a folder. Items stored in a subfolder of the current container or folder will not be displayed. You can use the AWS CLI to view a list of objects and folders within a container, regardless of how many folders or subfolders are within the container.

To view a list of objects in a specific container (console)

  1. Open the MediaStore console at https://console.aws.amazon.com/mediastore/.

  2. On the Containers page, choose the name of the container that has the folder that you want to view.

  3. Choose the name of the folder from the list.

    A details page appears, showing all folders and objects that are stored in the folder.

To view a list of objects in a specific folder (console)

  1. Open the MediaStore console at https://console.aws.amazon.com/mediastore/.

  2. On the Containers page, choose the name of the container that has the folder that you want to view.

    A details page appears, showing all folders and objects that are stored in the container.

To view a list of objects and folders in a specific container (AWS CLI)

  • In the AWS CLI, use the list-items command:

    aws mediastore-data --region us-west-2 list-items --endpoint=https://aaabbbcccdddee.data.mediastore.us-west-2.amazonaws.com

    The following example shows the return value:

    { "Items": [ { "Type": "FOLDER", "Name": "ExampleLiveDemo" }, { "Type": "FOLDER", "Name": "folder_1" } ] }

To view a list of objects and folders in a specific folder (AWS CLI)

  • In the AWS CLI, use the list-items command, with the specified folder name at the end of the request:

    aws mediastore-data --region us-west-2 list-items --endpoint=https://aaabbbcccdddee.data.mediastore.us-west-2.amazonaws.com --path=/folder_1

    The following example shows the return value:

    { "Items": [ { "Type": "OBJECT", "Name": "1512519711640.ts" }, { "Type": "OBJECT", "Name": "test_file.pdf" } ] }