Running a Media Flow Job
Run an asynchronous Media Flow job using the Console, CLI, or API.
A Media Flow job can't run beyond 24 hours.
- Open the navigation menu and click Analytics & AI. Under Media Services, click Media Flow.
- On the Media Workflows list page, select the compartment containing the media workflow for which you want to run a job.
- Click the name of the media workflow for which you want to run a job.
On the Media Workflow details page, click Run Job.
In the Run Job panel, provide the following details:
- In the Select file from Object Store section, select the bucket and the object from the respective fields.
- In the Select save location section, select the bucket where you want to save the job, and specify a prefix to the job output folder and file.
- Enter a name for the job. If you don’t specify a name, the default name is assigned. You can change the name as required.
- (Optional) Click Show advanced options. The Tagging options appear where you can apply tags to the resource. For more information about using tagging with a Media Flow job, see Tagging a Media Flow Job. For general information about tagging, see Tagging Overview.
Click Run Job.
After the service accepts the job, you can view the stages task by task. You can also view the JSON. For details, see Viewing the Media Flow Job JSON Modal.
On the Media Workflow details page, under the Resources menu, the Jobs section, lists all the jobs in the workflow.
To run a Media Flow job by Job ID, use the
oci media-services media-workflow-job create-media-workflow-job-by-id [OPTIONS]
To run a Media Flow job by Job Name, use the
oci media-services media-workflow-job create-media-workflow-job-by-name [OPTIONS]
Required parameters for the
--compartment-id, -c [text]
To get all the commands for
oci media-services media-workflow-job -h
To get help for the
oci media-services media-workflow-job create-media-workflow-job-by-id -h
To get help for the
oci media-services media-workflow-job create-media-workflow-job-by-name -h
For a complete list of flags and variable options for CLI commands, see the Command Line Reference.
To run a Media Flow job, use the