TrailerAddict offers movie trailers in high-definition. Users have the ability to embed trailers in HD anywhere. TrailerAddict lets users find trailers by film, genre, actor, actress and more. The TrailerAddict API gives developers the ability to embed trailers with variables such as width, offset, trailer count, trailers by which film and more. The API uses RESTful calls and responses are formatted in XML.
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There are five methods supported Featured Film Actor IMDB Simple-API
Featured: Yes or No. This will list all trailers TrailerAddict deems popular or important. If featured is set to 'no', then the most recent trailer additions will be listed.
Film: Want to list trailers by a particular film? Then you need the film keyword. To find this, just go to the film's page on TrailerAddict. Assuming you want all the trailers for Max Payne, you'd go to the film's page and, in the URL, you'll see: traileraddict.com/tags/max-payne. The keyword for Max Payne is max-payne.
Actor: Want to list trailers only by a particular actor? Then you need the actor's keyword. To find this, go to the actor's page on TrailerAddict. Assuming you want all the trailers with Brad Pitt in them, you'd go to his page and, in the URL, you'll see: traileraddict.com/tags/brad-pitt. The keyword for Brad Pitt is brad-pitt
IMDB: The same as Film, except the key is the IMDB ID instead of the TrailerAddict key.
Simple-API: Provides more detailed information about a trailer, such as director, writer, cast, etc.