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python-vimeo

A python wrapper for using the Vimeo API.

Installation

To install python-vimeo, simply:

pip install vimeo

Or

easy_install vimeo

Basic Use

To use python-vimeo, you must first create a Client instance, passing at a minimum of key, secret and callback you obtained when you registered your app:

import vimeo

client = vimeo.Client(key=YOUR_CONSUMER_KEY, secret=YOUR_CONSUMER_SECRET, callback=YOUR_CALLBACK_URL)

The client instance can then be used to fetch or modify resources:

videos = client.get('vimeo.videos.getAll', user_id=11867661, page=1)

Authentication

All OAuth authorization flows supported by the Vimeo API are available in python-vimeo. If you only need read-only access to public resources, go for basic use method as shown above. If however, you need to access private resources or modify a resource, you will need to have a user delegate access to your application. To do this, you can use the following OAuth2 authorization flow.

Authorization Code Flow

The Authorization Code Flow involves redirecting the user to vimeo.com where they will log in and grant access to your application:

import vimeo

client = vimeo.Client(
    key='YOUR_CONSUMER_KEY',
    secret='YOUR_CONSUMER_SECRET',
    callback='YOUR_CALLBACK_URL',
    username='USERNAME_FROM_YOU_APP'
)
redirect(client.authorize_url())

Note that username should be the unique logged in username from your application. The auth informations will be stored in the seperate cache for the specifed username. And callback must match the value you provided when you registered your application. After granting access, the user will be redirected to this url, at which point your application can exchange the returned token information for an access token. After getting the information just pass the token verifier:

token = client.exchange_token('TOKEN_VERIFIER')
access_token = token.key
access_token_secret = token.secret

Examples

Get user's Authorization:

import vimeo

client = vimeo.Client(key=YOUR_CONSUMER_KEY, secret=YOUR_CONSUMER_SECRET, callback=YOUR_CALLBACK_URL, username='LOGGED IN USERNAME')
redirect(client.authorize_url())

Get the authenticated user's uploaded videos:

import vimeo

client = vimeo.Client(key=YOUR_CONSUMER_KEY, secret=YOUR_CONSUMER_SECRET, callback=YOUR_CALLBACK_URL, username='LOGGED_IN_USERNAME', token=False)
token = client.exchange_token('TOKEN_VERIFIER_FROM_THE_REDIRECTED_URL')
client = vimeo.Client(key=YOUR_CONSUMER_KEY, secret=YOUR_CONSUMER_SECRET, callback=YOUR_CALLBACK_URL, username='LOGGED_IN_USERNAME', token=True)
videos = client.get('vimeo.videos.getUploaded', page=1)
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