Finding More Information in the Tools for PowerShell Core Documentation - AWS Elemental MediaConvert API Reference
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Finding More Information in the Tools for PowerShell Core Documentation

After you use the Get-EMCEndpoint Cmdlet to request an endpoint, send your requests to it as described in Specifying a Custom or Nonstandard Endpoint in the Amazon Tools for PowerShell User Guide. In brief, you specify your endpoint as a URL by adding the -EndpointUrl common parameter to your Amazon Tools for PowerShell command.

In this example, replace https://abcd1234.mediaconvert.us-west-1.amazonaws.com with the endpoint that you get back from your Get-EMCEndpoint Cmdlet request:

AWS-PowerShellCmdlet -EndpointUrl "https://abcd1234.mediaconvert.us-west-1.amazonaws.com." -Other -Parameters
Important

Make the DescribeEndpoints call only once, then hardcode or cache your endpoint. This endpoint is specific to your Amazon Region and won't change.

Don't use DescribeEndpoints to create your Amazon client each time that you make a request to MediaConvert. Otherwise, you will reach the throttle maximum on the public API endpoint.