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Our Search endpoint has several parameters that can be used to create a query to paginate through. For instance, if you wanted to collect Games from the Year 2020, your query string could look like: querystring = {"YearRange_Start":"2020","YearRange_End":"2020","ProgramTypes":"Game"} Then you would make use of the "Skip" and "Take" parameters to page through the results. Each result has an ID associated with it.
Tue 4:16 22/12/20
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Hello, This issue with CORS does not appear to be related to settings on the Entertainment Data Hub side. Have you tried setting the value to the local host domain (i.e. "http://localhost:8000" - with appropriate port)?
Tue 1:47 6/10/20
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The IVA ID itself is the primary ID for all of our Entertainment Programs. It is returned on each Program in the response and is in the format you described ("ProgramType/ID#"). Our ExternalIds array (which includes IDs such as IMDb IDs) is not available in the limited data set on RapidAPI (if you are interested in a commercial use-case for this data, we have a far more robust data-set available for that use - please contact Sales@InternetVideoArchive.com if interested). Using ExternalIds (such as IMDb IDs) to search for Entertainment Programs can be done via the ID Match or through the Search endpoint (using the ExternalId parameter) but can only be searched 1 ID at a time.
Wed 4:51 5/8/20
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Currently the response here on RapidAPI does not contain the specific "Availabilities" metadata (this is available in our full-product at www.internetvideoarchive.com) so the best way to determine provider is to request them one at a time when using RapidAPI.
Wed 6:50 8/4/20
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Yes, the Runtime is only accessible after the Movie is returned.
Wed 6:37 8/4/20
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Yes, the Runtime is only accessible after the Movie is returned.
Wed 6:37 8/4/20