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Class: Aws::MediaConvert::Types::FileSourceSettings

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Overview

Note:

When passing FileSourceSettings as input to an Aws::Client method, you can use a vanilla Hash:

{
  convert_608_to_708: "UPCONVERT", # accepts UPCONVERT, DISABLED
  framerate: {
    framerate_denominator: 1,
    framerate_numerator: 1,
  },
  source_file: "__stringMin14PatternS3SccSCCTtmlTTMLDfxpDFXPStlSTLSrtSRTXmlXMLSmiSMIHttpsSccSCCTtmlTTMLDfxpDFXPStlSTLSrtSRTXmlXMLSmiSMI",
  time_delta: 1,
}

If your input captions are SCC, SMI, SRT, STL, TTML, or IMSC 1.1 in an xml file, specify the URI of the input caption source file. If your caption source is IMSC in an IMF package, use TrackSourceSettings instead of FileSoureSettings.

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Instance Attribute Details

#convert_608_to_708String

Specify whether this set of input captions appears in your outputs in both 608 and 708 format. If you choose Upconvert (UPCONVERT), MediaConvert includes the captions data in two ways: it passes the 608 data through using the 608 compatibility bytes fields of the 708 wrapper, and it also translates the 608 data into 708.

Possible values:

  • UPCONVERT
  • DISABLED

Returns:

  • (String)

    Specify whether this set of input captions appears in your outputs in both 608 and 708 format.

#framerateTypes::CaptionSourceFramerate

Ignore this setting unless your input captions format is SCC. To have the service compensate for differing framerates between your input captions and input video, specify the framerate of the captions file. Specify this value as a fraction, using the settings Framerate numerator (framerateNumerator) and Framerate denominator (framerateDenominator). For example, you might specify 24 / 1 for 24 fps, 25 / 1 for 25 fps, 24000 / 1001 for 23.976 fps, or 30000 / 1001 for 29.97 fps.

Returns:

#source_fileString

External caption file used for loading captions. Accepted file extensions are \'scc\', \'ttml\', \'dfxp\', \'stl\', \'srt\', \'xml\', and \'smi\'.

Returns:

  • (String)

    External caption file used for loading captions.

#time_deltaInteger

Specifies a time delta in seconds to offset the captions from the source file.

Returns:

  • (Integer)

    Specifies a time delta in seconds to offset the captions from the source file.