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Every time a creation or conversion endpoint gets called, a job gets generated. Each job has properties associated with it. The output of a job is an asset.

For example, if you are using asynchronous calls and need to check the status of a job, you could use the GET /jobs:id endpoint to check the status of the job by id.

The following endpoints are provided for managing jobs:


GET /jobs:id

This Endpoint returns a job by id.

GET /jobs

This Endpoint returns a list of the ten most recent jobs.

Job Response


The API Credit Cost for generating the asset. Cost can vary depending on the request. In most cases, the cost is 1 API Credit Cost. In others, such as batch requests, it's an aggregate of the batch result.


The API Key used to make the request.


The id of the job.


The calculated size of the asset.

Only returns a value for jobs that have a status of success.


Object tha contains a copy of the parameters passed into the request.


The calculated time it took to actually process the asset (excludes time spent in request/response).

Only returns a value for jobs that have a status of success.


The current status of the job. Can be of the following values:

  • pending - When the job is in progress.
  • success - Job has succeeded, and is finished.
  • error - Job failed, check the error status property for more info.


The Unix timestamp for the request generated.


The user id for the owner of the account.


The type of request that was made, such as url-image.


The id that generated the asset. Can be useful information for troubleshooting.