@zaid When using the beta video downloads API, Cloudflare does not respond with a
Content-Disposition header to force a download. This means that if an end user is redirected to the download URL in their browser (as in our use case) instead of the download occurring via cURL, their browser will not download the file.
There is no workaround for this due to content security settings - even an
<a> tag with a
download attribute won’t force the download.
Cloudflare responding with
Content-Disposition: attachment would solve this problem, and shouldn’t impact downloads through other approaches (including cURL.)