Update watermark group

Used to update watermark group properties

To update watermark group properties, you can make a PUT request to the endpoint provided (https://api-v2.pandavideo.com.br/drm/videos/{drm_group_id}). This allows you to modify the properties of an existing watermark group.

Path Parameters

  • drm_group_id (string, required): The ID of the watermark group to be updated.

Request Body Parameters

  • videos (object): Specify the properties to update for the associated videos.

    • action (string): Specify the action to perform on the videos (e.g., "increment", "set", or "delete").
  • folders (object): Specify the properties to update for the associated folders.

    • action (string): Specify the action to perform on the folders (e.g., "increment", "set", or "delete").
  • font-family (string): Choose the font family for the watermark. Available fonts: fredoka-regular, arial, helvetica, times-new-roman, and times.

  • font-color (string): Specify the font color for the watermark (e.g., "white").

  • font-size (string): Set the font size for the watermark (e.g., "22").

  • box-color (string): Specify the color for the watermark box (e.g., "#4874F1").

  • box-opacity (string): Set the opacity of the watermark box. The value should be between 0 and 1.

  • active (boolean): Set the watermark group as active or inactive. If set to true, the videos will be blocked without using the signed URL.

  • watermark_question (string): [Optional] Specify a watermark question.



  • 200: Success. The watermark group has been successfully updated.
  • 400: Bad request. Check the provided parameters.
  • 404: Not found. The endpoint or resource could not be found.
  • 409: Conflict. A conflict occurred while updating the watermark group.
  • 500: Internal server error. Please try again later.

By making a PUT request to this endpoint with the appropriate path parameter and request body, you can update the properties of the watermark group.


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