Filtering allows you to filter down responses from the APIs by passing extra parameters.
|playlist||Filter content down to a certain playlist|
|templateID||Filter content down to a certain template|
|tags||Filter content down to media that have provided tag|
|id||Filter down to a particular content by its ID|
|user||Filter down content to content “owned” by a certain user|
|advanced_tags||Filter down content based on advanced tags|
|created||Filter down content to a certain created date|
|publish_date||Filter down content to a certain publish_date|
By default when filtering down content a equals operator is used for all filters, but you can change this on a per filter basis. This can be done by passing the operator parameter as well. The format is the following
An example would be
This would mean not equal. So if we wanted to filter down the content to videos that are NOT on a certain template. You can pass a comma separated list of these operators like below.
For all other filters passed a default operator of = (equal) will be used, but for templateID and id the operator != (not equal) will be used.