How to identify the round of the event in auto highlight capturing

Through auto highlight capturing, It is capturing the videos irrespective of the round of a match. Is it possible to get the round information of the video(i.e video belongs to which round of a match). or round based videos through auto highlights?
here is the example of deathmatch:
{
“game_id”: 21640,
“match_id”: “035e6888-4511-4bca-af83-67144f6a858a”,
“match_internal_id”: “7e80184c-7135-4413-a133-89d8864dcf05”,
“session_id”: “7cd16422fdbb4c219d3eb58843d4be2a”,
“session_start_time”: 1616078145530,
“match_start_time”: 1616078242258,
“start_time”: 1616078243297,
“duration”: 270855,
“events”: [
“death”,
“kill”,
“assist”
],
“raw_events”: [
{
“type”: “death”,
“time”: 15000
},
{
“type”: “death”,
“time”: 31499
},
{
“type”: “death”,
“time”: 48060
},
{
“type”: “kill”,
“time”: 64591
},
{
“type”: “death”,
“time”: 65088
},
{
“type”: “kill”,
“time”: 75596
},
{
“type”: “death”,
“time”: 77600
},

Is it possible to get the kill event was happend in which round?

Hi.

As I mentioned in your other question, you should look for the GEP log to find all the timelines of the triggered events. There, you can see all the possibilities for a specific match, etc.

Of course, you can listen to the events in real-time and get this info.

Yeah, I can listen to the realtime events but Video information will be retrieved in auto-highlights by overwolf.media.replays.onHighlightsCaptured.addListener. Then how to map the video and the event.?

When the event is triggered, you can check what is the current round at that moment. (check a variable that already stored the information in advance, for example. or other ways like calling overwolf.games.events.getInfo().