Developer Tools

Sample Code, Client SDKs, and other resources that can help you get started building with Dolby.io

Documentation

The documentation is organized to help you in various stages of working with Media Processing APIs.

  • Quick Start: step-by-step guide to making your first API requests
  • Tutorials: conceptual guidance and background that explores a specific topic as it relates to media processing with examples of how to achieve various tasks
  • API Reference: definitions of the inputs and outputs for each of the APIs with sample code

We strive to make our documentation as useful as possible. If you have any feedback or suggestions, please raise a support ticket by visiting https://support.dolby.io.

cURL

For cURL samples, if you are using Windows with the Command Prompt, you will need to escape quotes in the cURL commands in order for them to work properly. If you use Windows with PowerShell, OSX, or Linux they work as indicated in the documentation.

If you do not have the tool installed or want to learn more, visit: https://curl.haxx.se/

Postman

postman

There are Postman Collections for the Dolby.io Media Processing APIs available on Github as well as the Postman API Network to try out the APIs.

If you do not have the tool installed or want to learn more, visit: https://www.postman.com/

Sample Code

You can find samples in the API Reference section.

python js

The sample code is also available on GitHub along with some sample scripts for common worklfows: