Copy blobs into an asset using Azure Media Services v2
IMPORTANT! Update your Azure Media Services REST API and SDKs to v3 by 29 February 2024
Because version 3 of Azure Media Services REST API and client SDKs for .NET and Java offers more capabilities than version 2, we’re retiring version 2 of the Azure Media Services REST API and client SDKs for .NET and Java. We encourage you to make the switch sooner to gain the richer benefits of version 3 of Azure Media Services REST API and client SDKs for .NET and Java. Version 3 provides:
To minimize disruption to your workloads, review the migration guide to transition your code from the version 2 to version 3 API and SDK before 29 February 2024.
After 29 February 2024, Azure Media Services will no longer accept traffic on the version 2 REST API, the ARM account management API version 2015-10-01, or from the version 2 .NET client SDKs. This includes any 3rd party open-source client SDKS that may call the version 2 API.
(Deprecated) Windows Azure Media Services SDK .NET 4.5 (REST v2)
This library will be retired after 29 February 2024. Please migrate to the v3 API
Windows Azure Media Services allows you to build a media distribution solution that can stream audio and video to Windows, iOS, Android, and other devices and platforms.To learn more, visit our Developer Center.