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Using ffprobe with -headers to send X-CloudFront-Secret

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Using ffprobe with -headers to send X-CloudFront-Secret

Postby tthau2010 » Sat Feb 04, 2017 6:19 am

Following is the command i used :
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ffprobe -headers "X-CloudFront-Secret: mysecret" -v error -show_format -show_streams -print_format json "myurl"

However, I get the response access denied from the server. It seems that the header is not passed in correctly.

To make sure that the header and the secret key I used is correct, i tried it with "curl" and it works.
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curl --header "X-CloudFront-Secret: mysecret" -i "myurl"

Did I passed the headers in ffprobe command correctly?
What is the correct way to pass the header in ffprobe?
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