Data: getMedia Development Team August 30, 2015 00:09 Updated Follow API.getMedia() Returns the media object of the current playing media. Related articles Overview Event: ADVANCE API Constants Event: HISTORY_UPDATE How can I add those little pictures/faces (emoji) into my chat messages? Comments 7 comments Sort by Date Votes Mike Burke September 22, 2014 15:15 Any chance of getting this object explained a little bit better? This is what I've been able to figure out: author: Self-explanatory - the artist title: Self-explanatory - song title cid: The YouTube ID (what would be in v=) duration: Length of video in seconds image: Video thumbnail "id" is the one I can't figure out. This would seem to be some kind of unique identifier, but I see people in our community play the same video (same cid) and the getMedia() object returns a different id. Meanwhile, if I play the same video - even in different playlists, I get the same id every time. Is this tied to the user in some way? What causes the id to be different while the cid is the same? 0 Permalink Burkes December 29, 2014 16:30 I think ID might be the identification for that specific play, so it can be registered in your 'Recently Played' or Profile 0 Permalink EricS January 07, 2015 17:57 Is there anyway to tell from this object if the media still exists? Songs can be removed from SoundCloud and I'd like a way to test if the media still exists. 0 Permalink Burkes January 08, 2015 06:23 I dont really know :P 0 Permalink Vyte April 03, 2015 15:27 hey hot listen to music 0 Permalink Vyte April 03, 2015 15:27 how 0 Permalink WiBla April 14, 2015 21:04 What if the media is not displayed ? Like if the video is private, is there a way to know it ? 0 Permalink Please sign in to leave a comment.