WebVTT is the format used to transport the UTC timestamps for all video frames of a respective ActivityActivity - An event that is represented by a start time, end time, relevance and other meta-data. Activities are used to represent videos or audio activity that is part of the same sequence of frames or content. Every Activity has a unique Activity Id. Activities will only be stored for as long your service plan dictates. An Activity belongs to an Accessory. For the full list of attributes on an Activity see Get Activity by Id. Activities can be referred to as "clips" or "recordings" in the Logi Circle application. or SummarySummary - A video clip that is comprised of one or more Activities with filler data placed between them. Summaries are generated via API calls and have numerous options which govern their creation. A summary is referred to as a "Day Brief" in the Logi Circle application. media playback. It is meant to allow displaying a per frame accurate timestamp of the content. It is the callers responsibility to convert the UTC value to the appropriate LocaleLocale - Locale is how the API represents the language and country for an Account. It is comprised of the ISO_639-1 alpha 2 language code with a dash (-) then the ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 country code. If the country is unknown, the dash (-) and country code may be omitted. The Account Locale is also used to determine the default country and currency for Circle Safe. Examples: en-US (English in the United States) en-CA (English in Canada), de-DE (German in Germany), de-CH (Swiss German), it-IT (Italian in Italy), es-ES (Spanish in Spain), es-MX (Spanish in Mexico), en (English, country unknown), fr (French, country unknown), es (Spanish, country unknown) time-zone of the watcher or camera. The timezone for the camera be found in the Get Accessory by Id call. The URL for a WEBVTT is dynamically generated as part of the DASH manifest file returned by Get Activity DASH and Get Summary DASH or within the subtitle track for Get Activity HLS and Get Summary HLS.


See https://w3c.github.io/webvtt/ for the formats official definition.


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