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Get future Scheduled sessions using REST API

edited April 26 in API

We have requirement where we a looking for future scheduled session information inside particular folder.

While working on POC we referred the official Panopto rest api documentation and we decided to go ahead with the user based server application as client type.

We successfully received token with “Password” type grant type. 

I guess the only way I can get scheduled sessions is inside recorder:


but this call keeps on throwing access denied response though the account begin used has admin access to remote recorder settings


Can you please help us with this or if we have better approach to get future sessions using REST API and Oauth?


  • Joe MalmstenJoe Malmsten Panopto Employee


    The RemoteRecorder API is only meant to be used with hardware partners, and that is why you are receiving an unauthorized error when attempting to use these endpoints.

    Unfortunately at this time in the REST API we do not have a method to get future scheduled recordings. This functionality is something we are looking into for the future.


    Joe Malmsten

  • Chris TothChris Toth Tyro
    edited August 4

    Hi Joe and Nina, did you ever find an answer to this? I am also trying to find a way to pull in scheduled recordings but the API will not retrieve any sessions unless it has already been recorded. :/


  • Hiroshi OhnoHiroshi Ohno Panopto Employee

    Hi Nina and Chris,

    We provide ScheduledRecordings API, but that is for the scenario where an application (assuming some sort of scheduler) creates and manages the scheduled recordings by itself, and it does not enumerate schedule recordings that are created by someone other than that application itself.

    We are going to consider providing the API that you described. For our reference, don't you mind sharing a scenario you want to achieve with that API?

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