Just a little doubt... What's the maximum image size for Netflix posters we can get?
The maximum image size for Netflix posters is 1920x1080 pixels. This is the recommended size for the poster artwork that is uploaded to Netflix's content delivery system. It's important to note that while this is the maximum size, posters can be submitted at smaller sizes as well. However, it's important to ensure that the aspect ratio of the poster is maintained so that the image is not distorted when it is displayed on different devices.
In the above post we set up Jumpcloud SAML SSO auth to use Keycloak as the SP.
In addition, it is sometimes helpful to include your jumpcloud groups in the SAML token. The following instructions should help enable this.
start by configuring your group to use the SSO App you created for SAML
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Now update your SAML app to include group information:
Go to your SSO App
click on the SSO Tab and scroll to the bottom
tick the box for Group Attributes
give it a name like memberOf (can be any name but you will need this for keycloak)
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Open Keycloak admin portal for your realm
Click on Roles and create a new role e.g. saml-group
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Click on Identity Providers and select the provider you created earlier (see above blog post)
Click on the Mappers tab
Give it a name e.g. saml-group
select Sync Mode Overrride equal to force (this updates the groups associated with this account on every login)
Create a new Attributes using the Jumpcloud Group Attributes identifier, in this case memberOf as the key and your Jumpcloud group name as the key
Set Regex Attribute Values to On
Under Role, choose the role you created
@admin Hello again! I see that the Witcher page got updated yesterday, but it unfortunately doesn't have the new Season 2 thumbnails...also, weirdly enough, the same pics are repeated a lot (more than usual).
Is that a bug or is Netflix really offering this data?
Thank you for your reply. May I ask how Netflix is changing the expiring data? Is it specific to the Hong Kong region? Because as far as I can tell, there has been no update in the HK country details section (for both new videos and videos about to expire) since the last batch update on 13/10.