Any new limitation after media service depreciation?

Dan Ishutin 60 Reputation points
2024-02-01T01:24:22.7766667+00:00

Hope it’s not late. I know the media service will be deprecate, any place I can see significant change and any must know thing so that my service will not shut down

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  1. YutongTie-MSFT 43,151 Reputation points
    2024-02-01T02:09:34.7966667+00:00

    @Dan Ishutin

    Thanks for reaching out to us - Azure Media Player is being retired as of June 30, 2024. If you have been using the AVI streaming endpoint to stream videos, you must choose a different player that supports Dash or HLS packaging and the use of a token in the request.

    The changes you can refer to is here - https://learn.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/azure-video-indexer/azure-video-indexer-ams-retirement-guide#changes

    Please take a look then you should have a general idea about the migration, please let me know if you have any other questions.

    Changes

    The following is a description of the changes to the AVI product that apply once you have updated your account. Consider these changes and how they'll affect your workflow and your code. They only apply once you have updated your account.

    Video upload

    The AMS asset ID will no longer be used for uploading a video. A video URL or local file will be used instead.

    Account creation and management

    • API
      • You must update account creation and requests to use the AVI API version 2023-01-01.

    Requests must be submitted with the Azure Storage Account property rather than the AMS account.

    Portal

    During the AVI account creation process, the AVI account will be associated with the Azure Storage account.

    Storage account
    

    Linking an Azure Storage account to an AVI account is permanent and can’t be undone. Therefore, it's recommended that you create a storage account that is solely for use with the AVI account. (This is especially important if you expect to use network restrictions.) It’s recommended that the storage account is in the same region as the AVI account.

    You won’t be able to link your AVI account to the storage account that was previously associated with the AMS account.

    Streaming player

    Azure Media Player is also being retired as of June 30, 2024. If you have been using the AVI streaming endpoint to stream videos, you must choose a different player that supports Dash or HLS packaging and the use of a token in the request.

    Regards, Yutong

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