Working With Video/Audio Fields

A video content item must have a video field to store various items of video-specific information. The video field usually has the name "video", but if it doesn't you can find out which is the content item's video field by examining the content-type resource. The video field is the one that contains a video element, like this:

<field name="video" type="basic" mime-type="application/json">
  <video xmlns="" enabled="true"/>

The video field is used to contain JSON data defining crop points, cue points and transient links, as described in the following sections.