REST APIs for speech recognition and speech analytics from start to finish

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Voice Base
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Voice Base
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Voice Base
Voice Base

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The VoiceBase API allows users to automate uploads and data retrieval. Send us public recording URLs or recordings as form data attachments. Specify a callback URL or poll to receive your processed data in JSON or other formats. To upload, make a form/mime-multipart POST to the /media/ collection.

Replace recording.mp4 in the example with a path to the file to analyze.

The VoiceBase API allows users to automate uploads and data retrieval. Send us public recording URLs or recordings as form data attachments. Specify a callback URL or poll to receive your processed data in JSON or other formats. To upload, make a form/mime-multipart POST to the /media/ collection.

Replace recording.mp4 in the example with a path to the file to analyze.

Check the status of processing for the media by GETting its corresponding item in the /media/ collection. A common pattern is to wait until VoiceBase's processing of the media is complete before. To get started, poll periodically for status of the media until processing is complete (finished or failed).

Check the status of processing for the media by GETting its corresponding item in the /media/ collection. A common pattern is to wait until VoiceBase's processing of the media is complete before. To get started, poll periodically for status of the media until processing is complete (finished or failed).

By using the callbacks or polling method developers can easily receive all the transcripts, analytics and predictive results the VoiceBase API has defined for specific files. Retrieve all three by GETting the /media/ item with the include option.

By using the callbacks or polling method developers can easily receive all the transcripts, analytics and predictive results the VoiceBase API has defined for specific files. Retrieve all three by GETting the /media/ item with the include option.