Signiant's Media Shuttle is a cutting-edge software solution designed for secure and accelerated file transfer in media and entertainment industries. It enables seamless collaboration and sharing of large media files among teams, regardless of their location. With its user-friendly interface and intuitive workflow, Media Shuttle simplifies the exchange of digital content, such as videos, images, and other media assets, while ensuring fast and reliable delivery.

Media Shuttle provides a secure platform for sending and receiving files, incorporating robust encryption and authentication mechanisms to protect sensitive content during transit. The solution leverages Signiant's patented acceleration technology, which optimizes data transfer over any network connection, ensuring maximum speed and efficiency, even over long distances or unreliable networks.

Supported Operations

Signiant Media Shuttle

List portals

Gets a list of portals associated with the account. Filter the response by specifying a `url` in the request to get details about a specific portal location.

Create a new portal

Creates a new portal. If no values are specified, a Share portal with default values is created.

Update portal details

Update a portal's details. Only values that are sent will be updated. <br> Set the contactForm `url` property to an empty string to use the **default portal Contact Admin form**. Set the contactForm `width` or `height` property to 0 to reset any set values and use the default width and height sizes for the **custom portal Contact Admin form**.

Create a new package

Create an empty file package.

Get package information

Returns information about a package, including all package metadata.

Show package events

Show a list of transfer events associated with a package.

Show package contents

Returns an array of all files contained within a package.

Add files to a package

Add files to a package. This endpoint accepts an array of files.

Create transfer link

Create a package upload or download token by creating a `grant` to allow the user to transfer files either as an `upload` or `download`. This generates a URL to provide to a user to complete a file transfer. **Note**: Send/Share portals accept upload or download grants, Sumbit portals can only accept upload grants.

List the storage locations assigned to a portal

Gets a list of all storage locations assigned to a portal.

Assign storage to a portal

Assigns an existing storage location to a portal. You can only assign new storage to a portal there are no other storage locations assigned to the portal. Storage can only be unassigned using the Media Shuttle IT Administration console. A `storageId` sent as part of the request body must match the `storageId` request parameter. The value is not required in the body. If **local storage** is being assigned, a repository path can be provided in the request body. If a repository path is sent as part of a request to assign Azure or AWS storage, the path will be ignored.

Get portal subscriptions

Get all subscriptions for a portal.

Subscribe to portal events

Create a subscription to receive Media Shuttle event notifications. You can receive notifications for: Package Events: - package.upload.complete: When a package upload completes. - package.upload.canceled: When a package upload is canceled. - package.upload.failed: When a package upload fails. - When a package download completes. - When a package download is canceled. - When a package download fails. File Events: - file.rename.complete: When a file in a package is successfully renamed. - file.rename.failed: When a file in a package cannot be renamed. - file.move.complete: When a file in a package is successfully moved to a new file path. - file.move.failed: When a file in a package cannot be moved to a new file path. - file.delete.complete: When a file in a package is successfully deleted. - file.delete.failed: When a file in a package cannot be deleted. - folder.creation.complete: When a new folder is created in a package. - folder.creation.failed: When a new folder cannot be created in a package. The webhook URL will receive a http POST call whenever there is an event. The event details structure is defined in the PortalSubscriptionEvent Model Webhook handlers must check the event type to ensure future compatibility.

Delete a portal subscription

Delete a subscription from a portal.

Retrieve all members from a portal

Return a list of all email addresses and last login dates for all members from a portal. Any error returned during a response will appear in the response body.

Add a user to a portal with a role and permissions

Adds a user with a given email, role, and permissions to a portal. The role value can be either `Member` or `Ops`. If permissions aren't specified, default permissions will be populated.

Fetch a portal member

Fetch a portal member identified by their email address. The response body contains the permissions assigned to the portal member for this portal, their role, the expiry date for the member's account if set and the last login date for the member if set.

Update the user's role and/or permissions

Updates the user's role and/or permissions. The email value is mandatory. The role value can be either `Member` or `Ops`. If permissions aren't specified, the member permissions will be unchanged. When an email is set as part of the request body, it is validated against the email in the path. This value is not required in the body.

Remove a user from a portal

Removes a user from a portal and returns the removed user record. If the user was not assigned to the portal, an HTTP 204 No Content response is returned with an empty response body. Any customized folder settings for that user are deleted.

List storage locations

Retrieves a list of all storage locations associated with the account. Filter the response by specifying an `installationKey` in the request to get details about a specific local storage location.

Create a new storage location

Add a new storage location to an account. Media Shuttle portals store content on an on-premises Signiant SDCX Server, or to **S3 compatible storage**, **Amazon S3**, **Microsoft Azure blob** or **Google Cloud** storage. - **Local Storage** generates a new Storage Server Installation Key. Use the installation key when installing an SDCX server. - **Amazon S3** storage requires a valid [policy, role and Role ARN]( - **Microsoft Azure** container storage requires a valid [access key]( - **S3 Compatible Storage** requires a valid serviceEndpoint, accessKey, secretKey as well as a SDCX server to proxy the requests through. - **Google Cloud Storage** requires a valid [service account key JSON file]( and must use the `multipart/form-data` a the request content type.

Display information about a specific storage location

Returns details about a specific storage location associated with the account by its `storageId`.

List current active transfers

Return a list of active transfers across all portals associated with the account. All requests must include `state=active`. To return a list of transfers from a specific portal, include the `portalId` parameter in the request.


This item is available for early access. It is still in development and may contain experimental features or limitations.

Last Update

3 months ago