Developer API Reference

Getting Started

  1. Obtain API Key
  2. Make a test request
  3. Create a HTTP Client

Step 1: Obtain API Key

Sign In into your StreamLabs account at and copy your apiKey. You will need an active StreamPlus™ subscription with API support in order to view your apiKey and use the API. Visit for more information.

If your application will be requesting data on behalf of other users, head over to the Authentication with OAuth 2.0 section

Step 2: Make a test Request

Open your terminal and make a test request to the service. Add the apiKey to your Authorization header of type Bearer

curl -v \
  -H "Authorization: Bearer {apiKey}"

Step 3: Create a HTTP Client

You can integrate the StremLabs Developer API to any existing application using the language's native HTTP client or popular modules available in your favorite language.


You can use any of the popular HTTP Clients in your web site or node project. In the example below we use wreck to make the request.

const wreck = require('wreck')
const url = ''
const headers = {
  'Authorization': `Bearer ${apiKey}`

(async () => {
  try {
    const response = await wreck.request('GET', url, { headers })
    const body = await, { json: 'strict' })

    console.log('RESULT', body)  
  } catch (err) {


import requests

url = ''
headers = {
  "Authorization" : "Bearer {apiKey}"

req = requests.get(url, headers=headers)
print (req.text)