Retrieve a Recording.

Retrieve a single recording media or its metadata.

Retrieve a single recording media or its metadata.

Direct external access to recording files is useful for many external applications, so they are public and do not require Basic Auth to access. This allows external applications to embed recording URLs without exposing their SignalWire API credentials. SignalWire recording URLs are long and random, making them difficult to guess or exploit unless you reveal the URL.

Retrieve WAV file

When a recording URI has no extension or a .wav extension, the request will return a binary WAV version of the recording file.

GET https://example.signalwire.com/api/laml/2010-04-01/Accounts/{AccountSid}/Recordings/{Sid}

GET https://example.signalwire.com/api/laml/2010-04-01/Accounts/{AccountSid}/Recordings/{Sid}.wav

Retrieve MP3 file

Setting an extension of ".mp3" on the URI returns a binary MP3 version of the recording. For example:

GET https://example.signalwire.com/api/laml/2010-04-01/Accounts/{AccountSid}/Recordings/{Sid}.mp3

Retrieve Metadata

A recording's metadata, such as duration, cost, time, can be returned by setting the Recording URI's extension to .json. For example:

GET https://example.signalwire.com/api/laml/2010-04-01/Accounts/{AccountSid}/Recordings/{Sid}.json

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