The following data fields are detect for any url provided:
author— eg. SpaceX
A human-readable representation of the author's name.
date— eg. 2018-01-24T18:39:47.000Z
An ISO 8601 representation of the date the article was published.
description— eg. First static fire test of Falcon Heavy…
The publisher's chosen description of the article.
image— eg. https://cdninstagram.com/…/26867070_171196260320789.jpg
An image URL that best represents the article.
video— eg. https://cdninstagram.com/…/26867070_171196260320789.mp4
A video URL that best represents the article.
lang— eg. en
An ISO 639-1 representation of the url content language.
logo— eg. https://www.instagram.com/static/images/ico/favicon-192.png/b407fa101800.png
An image URL that best represents the publisher brand.
publisher— eg. Instagram
A human-readable representation of the publisher's name.
title— eg. SpaceX on Instagram
The publisher's chosen title of the article.
url— eg. https://www.instagram.com/p/BeV6tOhFUor
The URL of the article.
Additionally, for any media we add some useful contextual information.
width: file width in pixels.
height: file width in pixels.
type: file type extension.
size: file size in bytes.
size_prettyfile size in a human readable format.
In addition, if the detected multimedia content is reproducible (such as video or audio), the following fields will be added as well:
duration: source duration in seconds.
duration_prettysource duration in a human readable format.