I'm downloading WebEx recordings via the NBR API's DownloadNBRStorageFile call. However, it appears there is no option to stream the response -- instead it returns the entire recording and the other xml data at once. I have some very large recordings (3+hours), so holding an entire recording in memory is not an option. Normally I'd just stream the download, but I don't see how that's possible with the multi-part SOAP response. Does anyone have any guidance for this?
For reference, here's what I'm doing now:
import requests import io
from requests_toolbelt.multipart import decoder
resp = requests.post(url, headers, data, stream=True) # huge object that consumes lots of memory
multipart_data = decoder.MultipartDecoder.from_response(resp)
audio = multipart_data.parts.content
b = io.BytesIO(audio) # another huge object
self.logger.info(f"Writing audio/video data to myfile.mp4")
with open("myfile.mp4", "wb") as outfile:
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