MediaLive / Client / list_inputs



Produces list of inputs that have been created

See also: AWS API Documentation

Request Syntax

response = client.list_inputs(
  • MaxResults (integer) – Placeholder documentation for MaxResults

  • NextToken (string) – Placeholder documentation for __string

Return type:



Response Syntax

    'Inputs': [
            'Arn': 'string',
            'AttachedChannels': [
            'Destinations': [
                    'Ip': 'string',
                    'Port': 'string',
                    'Url': 'string',
                    'Vpc': {
                        'AvailabilityZone': 'string',
                        'NetworkInterfaceId': 'string'
            'Id': 'string',
            'InputClass': 'STANDARD'|'SINGLE_PIPELINE',
            'InputDevices': [
                    'Id': 'string'
            'InputPartnerIds': [
            'InputSourceType': 'STATIC'|'DYNAMIC',
            'MediaConnectFlows': [
                    'FlowArn': 'string'
            'Name': 'string',
            'RoleArn': 'string',
            'SecurityGroups': [
            'Sources': [
                    'PasswordParam': 'string',
                    'Url': 'string',
                    'Username': 'string'
            'Tags': {
                'string': 'string'
            'SrtSettings': {
                'SrtCallerSources': [
                        'Decryption': {
                            'Algorithm': 'AES128'|'AES192'|'AES256',
                            'PassphraseSecretArn': 'string'
                        'MinimumLatency': 123,
                        'SrtListenerAddress': 'string',
                        'SrtListenerPort': 'string',
                        'StreamId': 'string'
    'NextToken': 'string'

Response Structure

  • (dict) – An array of inputs

    • Inputs (list) – Placeholder documentation for __listOfInput

      • (dict) – Placeholder documentation for Input

        • Arn (string) – The Unique ARN of the input (generated, immutable).

        • AttachedChannels (list) – A list of channel IDs that that input is attached to (currently an input can only be attached to one channel).

          • (string) – Placeholder documentation for __string

        • Destinations (list) – A list of the destinations of the input (PUSH-type).

          • (dict) – The settings for a PUSH type input.

            • Ip (string) – The system-generated static IP address of endpoint. It remains fixed for the lifetime of the input.

            • Port (string) – The port number for the input.

            • Url (string) – This represents the endpoint that the customer stream will be pushed to.

            • Vpc (dict) – The properties for a VPC type input destination.

              • AvailabilityZone (string) – The availability zone of the Input destination.

              • NetworkInterfaceId (string) – The network interface ID of the Input destination in the VPC.

        • Id (string) – The generated ID of the input (unique for user account, immutable).

        • InputClass (string) – STANDARD - MediaLive expects two sources to be connected to this input. If the channel is also STANDARD, both sources will be ingested. If the channel is SINGLE_PIPELINE, only the first source will be ingested; the second source will always be ignored, even if the first source fails. SINGLE_PIPELINE - You can connect only one source to this input. If the ChannelClass is also SINGLE_PIPELINE, this value is valid. If the ChannelClass is STANDARD, this value is not valid because the channel requires two sources in the input.

        • InputDevices (list) – Settings for the input devices.

          • (dict) – Settings for an input device.

            • Id (string) – The unique ID for the device.

        • InputPartnerIds (list) – A list of IDs for all Inputs which are partners of this one.

          • (string) – Placeholder documentation for __string

        • InputSourceType (string) – Certain pull input sources can be dynamic, meaning that they can have their URL’s dynamically changes during input switch actions. Presently, this functionality only works with MP4_FILE and TS_FILE inputs.

        • MediaConnectFlows (list) – A list of MediaConnect Flows for this input.

          • (dict) – The settings for a MediaConnect Flow.

            • FlowArn (string) – The unique ARN of the MediaConnect Flow being used as a source.

        • Name (string) – The user-assigned name (This is a mutable value).

        • RoleArn (string) – The Amazon Resource Name (ARN) of the role this input assumes during and after creation.

        • SecurityGroups (list) – A list of IDs for all the Input Security Groups attached to the input.

          • (string) – Placeholder documentation for __string

        • Sources (list) – A list of the sources of the input (PULL-type).

          • (dict) – The settings for a PULL type input.

            • PasswordParam (string) – The key used to extract the password from EC2 Parameter store.

            • Url (string) – This represents the customer’s source URL where stream is pulled from.

            • Username (string) – The username for the input source.

        • State (string) – Placeholder documentation for InputState

        • Tags (dict) – A collection of key-value pairs.

          • (string) – Placeholder documentation for __string

            • (string) – Placeholder documentation for __string

        • Type (string) – The different types of inputs that AWS Elemental MediaLive supports.

        • SrtSettings (dict) – The settings associated with an SRT input.

          • SrtCallerSources (list) – Placeholder documentation for __listOfSrtCallerSource

            • (dict) – The configuration for a source that uses SRT as the connection protocol. In terms of establishing the connection, MediaLive is always caller and the upstream system is always the listener. In terms of transmission of the source content, MediaLive is always the receiver and the upstream system is always the sender.

              • Decryption (dict) – The decryption settings for the SRT caller source. Present only if the source has decryption enabled.

                • Algorithm (string) – The algorithm used to encrypt content.

                • PassphraseSecretArn (string) – The ARN for the secret in Secrets Manager. Someone in your organization must create a secret and provide you with its ARN. The secret holds the passphrase that MediaLive uses to decrypt the source content.

              • MinimumLatency (integer) – The preferred latency (in milliseconds) for implementing packet loss and recovery. Packet recovery is a key feature of SRT.

              • SrtListenerAddress (string) – The IP address at the upstream system (the listener) that MediaLive (the caller) connects to.

              • SrtListenerPort (string) – The port at the upstream system (the listener) that MediaLive (the caller) connects to.

              • StreamId (string) – The stream ID, if the upstream system uses this identifier.

    • NextToken (string) – Placeholder documentation for __string


  • MediaLive.Client.exceptions.BadRequestException

  • MediaLive.Client.exceptions.InternalServerErrorException

  • MediaLive.Client.exceptions.ForbiddenException

  • MediaLive.Client.exceptions.BadGatewayException

  • MediaLive.Client.exceptions.GatewayTimeoutException

  • MediaLive.Client.exceptions.TooManyRequestsException