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The VideoParameters structure.

  
  public class VideoParameters implements SerializableCloneable {

    
The video codec for the output file. Valid values include gif, H.264, mpeg2, and vp8. You can only specify vp8 when the container type is webm, gif when the container type is gif, and mpeg2 when the container type is mpg.

Constraints:
Pattern: (^H\.264$)|(^vp8$)|(^mpeg2$)|(^gif$)

  
      private String codec;

    
Profile (H.264/VP8 Only)

The H.264 profile that you want to use for the output file. Elastic Transcoder supports the following profiles:

  • baseline: The profile most commonly used for videoconferencing and for mobile applications.
  • main: The profile used for standard-definition digital TV broadcasts.
  • high: The profile used for high-definition digital TV broadcasts and for Blu-ray discs.

Level (H.264 Only)

The H.264 level that you want to use for the output file. Elastic Transcoder supports the following levels:

1, 1b, 1.1, 1.2, 1.3, 2, 2.1, 2.2, 3, 3.1, 3.2, 4, 4.1

MaxReferenceFrames (H.264 Only)

Applicable only when the value of Video:Codec is H.264. The maximum number of previously decoded frames to use as a reference for decoding future frames. Valid values are integers 0 through 16, but we recommend that you not use a value greater than the following:

Min(Floor(Maximum decoded picture buffer in macroblocks * 256 / (Width in pixels * Height in pixels)), 16)

where Width in pixels and Height in pixels represent either MaxWidth and MaxHeight, or Resolution. Maximum decoded picture buffer in macroblocks depends on the value of the Level object. See the list below. (A macroblock is a block of pixels measuring 16x16.)

  • 1 - 396
  • 1b - 396
  • 1.1 - 900
  • 1.2 - 2376
  • 1.3 - 2376
  • 2 - 2376
  • 2.1 - 4752
  • 2.2 - 8100
  • 3 - 8100
  • 3.1 - 18000
  • 3.2 - 20480
  • 4 - 32768
  • 4.1 - 32768

MaxBitRate (Optional, H.264/MPEG2/VP8 only)

The maximum number of bits per second in a video buffer; the size of the buffer is specified by BufferSize. Specify a value between 16 and 62,500. You can reduce the bandwidth required to stream a video by reducing the maximum bit rate, but this also reduces the quality of the video.

BufferSize (Optional, H.264/MPEG2/VP8 only)

The maximum number of bits in any x seconds of the output video. This window is commonly 10 seconds, the standard segment duration when you're using FMP4 or MPEG-TS for the container type of the output video. Specify an integer greater than 0. If you specify MaxBitRate and omit BufferSize, Elastic Transcoder sets BufferSize to 10 times the value of MaxBitRate.

InterlacedMode (Optional, H.264/MPEG2 Only)

The interlace mode for the output video.

Interlaced video is used to double the perceived frame rate for a video by interlacing two fields (one field on every other line, the other field on the other lines) so that the human eye registers multiple pictures per frame. Interlacing reduces the bandwidth required for transmitting a video, but can result in blurred images and flickering.

Valid values include Progressive (no interlacing, top to bottom), TopFirst (top field first), BottomFirst (bottom field first), and Auto.

If InterlaceMode is not specified, Elastic Transcoder uses Progressive for the output. If Auto is specified, Elastic Transcoder interlaces the output.

ColorSpaceConversionMode (Optional, H.264/MPEG2 Only)

The color space conversion Elastic Transcoder applies to the output video. Color spaces are the algorithms used by the computer to store information about how to render color. Bt.601 is the standard for standard definition video, while Bt.709 is the standard for high definition video.

Valid values include None, Bt709toBt601, Bt601toBt709, and Auto.

If you chose Auto for ColorSpaceConversionMode and your output is interlaced, your frame rate is one of 23.97, 24, 25, 29.97, 50, or 60, your SegmentDuration is null, and you are using one of the resolution changes from the list below, Elastic Transcoder applies the following color space conversions:

  • Standard to HD, 720x480 to 1920x1080 - Elastic Transcoder applies Bt601ToBt709
  • Standard to HD, 720x576 to 1920x1080 - Elastic Transcoder applies Bt601ToBt709
  • HD to Standard, 1920x1080 to 720x480 - Elastic Transcoder applies Bt709ToBt601
  • HD to Standard, 1920x1080 to 720x576 - Elastic Transcoder applies Bt709ToBt601
<note>Elastic Transcoder may change the behavior of the ColorspaceConversionMode Auto mode in the future. All outputs in a playlist must use the same ColorSpaceConversionMode.</note>

If you do not specify a ColorSpaceConversionMode, Elastic Transcoder does not change the color space of a file. If you are unsure what ColorSpaceConversionMode was applied to your output file, you can check the AppliedColorSpaceConversion parameter included in your job response. If your job does not have an AppliedColorSpaceConversion in its response, no ColorSpaceConversionMode was applied.

ChromaSubsampling

The sampling pattern for the chroma (color) channels of the output video. Valid values include yuv420p and yuv422p.

yuv420p samples the chroma information of every other horizontal and every other vertical line, yuv422p samples the color information of every horizontal line and every other vertical line.

LoopCount (Gif Only)

The number of times you want the output gif to loop. Valid values include Infinite and integers between 0 and 100, inclusive.

Constraints:
Length: 0 - 30

 
     private java.util.Map<String,StringcodecOptions;

    
Applicable only when the value of Video:Codec is one of H.264, MPEG2, or VP8.

The maximum number of frames between key frames. Key frames are fully encoded frames; the frames between key frames are encoded based, in part, on the content of the key frames. The value is an integer formatted as a string; valid values are between 1 (every frame is a key frame) and 100000, inclusive. A higher value results in higher compression but may also discernibly decrease video quality.

For Smooth outputs, the FrameRate must have a constant ratio to the KeyframesMaxDist. This allows Smooth playlists to switch between different quality levels while the file is being played.

For example, an input file can have a FrameRate of 30 with a KeyframesMaxDist of 90. The output file then needs to have a ratio of 1:3. Valid outputs would have FrameRate of 30, 25, and 10, and KeyframesMaxDist of 90, 75, and 30, respectively.

Alternately, this can be achieved by setting FrameRate to auto and having the same values for MaxFrameRate and KeyframesMaxDist.

Constraints:
Pattern: ^\d{1,6}$

 
     private String keyframesMaxDist;

    
Applicable only when the value of Video:Codec is one of H.264, MPEG2, or VP8.

Whether to use a fixed value for FixedGOP. Valid values are true and false:

  • true: Elastic Transcoder uses the value of KeyframesMaxDist for the distance between key frames (the number of frames in a group of pictures, or GOP).
  • false: The distance between key frames can vary.
<important>

FixedGOP must be set to true for fmp4 containers.</important>

Constraints:
Pattern: (^true$)|(^false$)

 
     private String fixedGOP;

    
The bit rate of the video stream in the output file, in kilobits/second. Valid values depend on the values of Level and Profile. If you specify auto, Elastic Transcoder uses the detected bit rate of the input source. If you specify a value other than auto, we recommend that you specify a value less than or equal to the maximum H.264-compliant value listed for your level and profile:

Level - Maximum video bit rate in kilobits/second (baseline and main Profile) : maximum video bit rate in kilobits/second (high Profile)

  • 1 - 64 : 80
  • 1b - 128 : 160
  • 1.1 - 192 : 240
  • 1.2 - 384 : 480
  • 1.3 - 768 : 960
  • 2 - 2000 : 2500
  • 3 - 10000 : 12500
  • 3.1 - 14000 : 17500
  • 3.2 - 20000 : 25000
  • 4 - 20000 : 25000
  • 4.1 - 50000 : 62500

Constraints:
Pattern: (^\d{2,5}$)|(^auto$)

 
     private String bitRate;

    
The frames per second for the video stream in the output file. Valid values include:

auto, 10, 15, 23.97, 24, 25, 29.97, 30, 60

If you specify auto, Elastic Transcoder uses the detected frame rate of the input source. If you specify a frame rate, we recommend that you perform the following calculation:

Frame rate = maximum recommended decoding speed in luma samples/second / (width in pixels * height in pixels)

where:

  • width in pixels and height in pixels represent the Resolution of the output video.
  • maximum recommended decoding speed in Luma samples/second is less than or equal to the maximum value listed in the following table, based on the value that you specified for Level.

The maximum recommended decoding speed in Luma samples/second for each level is described in the following list (Level - Decoding speed):

  • 1 - 380160
  • 1b - 380160
  • 1.1 - 76800
  • 1.2 - 1536000
  • 1.3 - 3041280
  • 2 - 3041280
  • 2.1 - 5068800
  • 2.2 - 5184000
  • 3 - 10368000
  • 3.1 - 27648000
  • 3.2 - 55296000
  • 4 - 62914560
  • 4.1 - 62914560

Constraints:
Pattern: (^auto$)|(^10$)|(^15$)|(^23.97$)|(^24$)|(^25$)|(^29.97$)|(^30$)|(^50$)|(^60$)

 
     private String frameRate;

    
If you specify auto for FrameRate, Elastic Transcoder uses the frame rate of the input video for the frame rate of the output video. Specify the maximum frame rate that you want Elastic Transcoder to use when the frame rate of the input video is greater than the desired maximum frame rate of the output video. Valid values include: 10, 15, 23.97, 24, 25, 29.97, 30, 60.

Constraints:
Pattern: (^10$)|(^15$)|(^23.97$)|(^24$)|(^25$)|(^29.97$)|(^30$)|(^50$)|(^60$)

 
     private String maxFrameRate;

    
<important>

To better control resolution and aspect ratio of output videos, we recommend that you use the values MaxWidth, MaxHeight, SizingPolicy, PaddingPolicy, and DisplayAspectRatio instead of Resolution and AspectRatio. The two groups of settings are mutually exclusive. Do not use them together. </important>

The width and height of the video in the output file, in pixels. Valid values are auto and width x height:

  • auto: Elastic Transcoder attempts to preserve the width and height of the input file, subject to the following rules.
  • width x height: The width and height of the output video in pixels.

Note the following about specifying the width and height:

  • The width must be an even integer between 128 and 4096, inclusive.
  • The height must be an even integer between 96 and 3072, inclusive.
  • If you specify a resolution that is less than the resolution of the input file, Elastic Transcoder rescales the output file to the lower resolution.
  • If you specify a resolution that is greater than the resolution of the input file, Elastic Transcoder rescales the output to the higher resolution.
  • We recommend that you specify a resolution for which the product of width and height is less than or equal to the applicable value in the following list (List - Max width x height value):
    • 1 - 25344
    • 1b - 25344
    • 1.1 - 101376
    • 1.2 - 101376
    • 1.3 - 101376
    • 2 - 101376
    • 2.1 - 202752
    • 2.2 - 404720
    • 3 - 404720
    • 3.1 - 921600
    • 3.2 - 1310720
    • 4 - 2097152
    • 4.1 - 2097152

Constraints:
Pattern: (^auto$)|(^\d{1,5}x\d{1,5}$)

 
     private String resolution;

    
<important>

To better control resolution and aspect ratio of output videos, we recommend that you use the values MaxWidth, MaxHeight, SizingPolicy, PaddingPolicy, and DisplayAspectRatio instead of Resolution and AspectRatio. The two groups of settings are mutually exclusive. Do not use them together. </important>

The display aspect ratio of the video in the output file. Valid values include:

auto, 1:1, 4:3, 3:2, 16:9

If you specify auto, Elastic Transcoder tries to preserve the aspect ratio of the input file.

If you specify an aspect ratio for the output file that differs from aspect ratio of the input file, Elastic Transcoder adds pillarboxing (black bars on the sides) or letterboxing (black bars on the top and bottom) to maintain the aspect ratio of the active region of the video.

Constraints:
Pattern: (^auto$)|(^1:1$)|(^4:3$)|(^3:2$)|(^16:9$)

 
     private String aspectRatio;

    
The maximum width of the output video in pixels. If you specify auto, Elastic Transcoder uses 1920 (Full HD) as the default value. If you specify a numeric value, enter an even integer between 128 and 4096.

Constraints:
Pattern: (^auto$)|(^\d{2,4}$)

 
     private String maxWidth;

    
The maximum height of the output video in pixels. If you specify auto, Elastic Transcoder uses 1080 (Full HD) as the default value. If you specify a numeric value, enter an even integer between 96 and 3072.

Constraints:
Pattern: (^auto$)|(^\d{2,4}$)

 
     private String maxHeight;

    
The value that Elastic Transcoder adds to the metadata in the output file.

Constraints:
Pattern: (^auto$)|(^1:1$)|(^4:3$)|(^3:2$)|(^16:9$)

 
     private String displayAspectRatio;

    
Specify one of the following values to control scaling of the output video:

  • Fit: Elastic Transcoder scales the output video so it matches the value that you specified in either MaxWidth or MaxHeight without exceeding the other value.
  • Fill: Elastic Transcoder scales the output video so it matches the value that you specified in either MaxWidth or MaxHeight and matches or exceeds the other value. Elastic Transcoder centers the output video and then crops it in the dimension (if any) that exceeds the maximum value.
  • Stretch: Elastic Transcoder stretches the output video to match the values that you specified for MaxWidth and MaxHeight. If the relative proportions of the input video and the output video are different, the output video will be distorted.
  • Keep: Elastic Transcoder does not scale the output video. If either dimension of the input video exceeds the values that you specified for MaxWidth and MaxHeight, Elastic Transcoder crops the output video.
  • ShrinkToFit: Elastic Transcoder scales the output video down so that its dimensions match the values that you specified for at least one of MaxWidth and MaxHeight without exceeding either value. If you specify this option, Elastic Transcoder does not scale the video up.
  • ShrinkToFill: Elastic Transcoder scales the output video down so that its dimensions match the values that you specified for at least one of MaxWidth and MaxHeight without dropping below either value. If you specify this option, Elastic Transcoder does not scale the video up.

Constraints:
Pattern: (^Fit$)|(^Fill$)|(^Stretch$)|(^Keep$)|(^ShrinkToFit$)|(^ShrinkToFill$)

 
     private String sizingPolicy;

    
When you set PaddingPolicy to Pad, Elastic Transcoder may add black bars to the top and bottom and/or left and right sides of the output video to make the total size of the output video match the values that you specified for MaxWidth and MaxHeight.

Constraints:
Pattern: (^Pad$)|(^NoPad$)

 
     private String paddingPolicy;

    
Settings for the size, location, and opacity of graphics that you want Elastic Transcoder to overlay over videos that are transcoded using this preset. You can specify settings for up to four watermarks. Watermarks appear in the specified size and location, and with the specified opacity for the duration of the transcoded video.

Watermarks can be in .png or .jpg format. If you want to display a watermark that is not rectangular, use the .png format, which supports transparency.

When you create a job that uses this preset, you specify the .png or .jpg graphics that you want Elastic Transcoder to include in the transcoded videos. You can specify fewer graphics in the job than you specify watermark settings in the preset, which allows you to use the same preset for up to four watermarks that have different dimensions.

 
The video codec for the output file. Valid values include gif, H.264, mpeg2, and vp8. You can only specify vp8 when the container type is webm, gif when the container type is gif, and mpeg2 when the container type is mpg.

Constraints:
Pattern: (^H\.264$)|(^vp8$)|(^mpeg2$)|(^gif$)

Returns:
The video codec for the output file. Valid values include gif, H.264, mpeg2, and vp8. You can only specify vp8 when the container type is webm, gif when the container type is gif, and mpeg2 when the container type is mpg.
 
     public String getCodec() {
         return ;
     }
    
    
The video codec for the output file. Valid values include gif, H.264, mpeg2, and vp8. You can only specify vp8 when the container type is webm, gif when the container type is gif, and mpeg2 when the container type is mpg.

Constraints:
Pattern: (^H\.264$)|(^vp8$)|(^mpeg2$)|(^gif$)

Parameters:
codec The video codec for the output file. Valid values include gif, H.264, mpeg2, and vp8. You can only specify vp8 when the container type is webm, gif when the container type is gif, and mpeg2 when the container type is mpg.
 
     public void setCodec(String codec) {
         this. = codec;
     }
    
    
The video codec for the output file. Valid values include gif, H.264, mpeg2, and vp8. You can only specify vp8 when the container type is webm, gif when the container type is gif, and mpeg2 when the container type is mpg.

Returns a reference to this object so that method calls can be chained together.

Constraints:
Pattern: (^H\.264$)|(^vp8$)|(^mpeg2$)|(^gif$)

Parameters:
codec The video codec for the output file. Valid values include gif, H.264, mpeg2, and vp8. You can only specify vp8 when the container type is webm, gif when the container type is gif, and mpeg2 when the container type is mpg.
Returns:
A reference to this updated object so that method calls can be chained together.
 
     public VideoParameters withCodec(String codec) {
         this. = codec;
         return this;
     }

    
Profile (H.264/VP8 Only)

The H.264 profile that you want to use for the output file. Elastic Transcoder supports the following profiles:

  • baseline: The profile most commonly used for videoconferencing and for mobile applications.
  • main: The profile used for standard-definition digital TV broadcasts.
  • high: The profile used for high-definition digital TV broadcasts and for Blu-ray discs.

Level (H.264 Only)

The H.264 level that you want to use for the output file. Elastic Transcoder supports the following levels:

1, 1b, 1.1, 1.2, 1.3, 2, 2.1, 2.2, 3, 3.1, 3.2, 4, 4.1

MaxReferenceFrames (H.264 Only)

Applicable only when the value of Video:Codec is H.264. The maximum number of previously decoded frames to use as a reference for decoding future frames. Valid values are integers 0 through 16, but we recommend that you not use a value greater than the following:

Min(Floor(Maximum decoded picture buffer in macroblocks * 256 / (Width in pixels * Height in pixels)), 16)

where Width in pixels and Height in pixels represent either MaxWidth and MaxHeight, or Resolution. Maximum decoded picture buffer in macroblocks depends on the value of the Level object. See the list below. (A macroblock is a block of pixels measuring 16x16.)

  • 1 - 396
  • 1b - 396
  • 1.1 - 900
  • 1.2 - 2376
  • 1.3 - 2376
  • 2 - 2376
  • 2.1 - 4752
  • 2.2 - 8100
  • 3 - 8100
  • 3.1 - 18000
  • 3.2 - 20480
  • 4 - 32768
  • 4.1 - 32768

MaxBitRate (Optional, H.264/MPEG2/VP8 only)

The maximum number of bits per second in a video buffer; the size of the buffer is specified by BufferSize. Specify a value between 16 and 62,500. You can reduce the bandwidth required to stream a video by reducing the maximum bit rate, but this also reduces the quality of the video.

BufferSize (Optional, H.264/MPEG2/VP8 only)

The maximum number of bits in any x seconds of the output video. This window is commonly 10 seconds, the standard segment duration when you're using FMP4 or MPEG-TS for the container type of the output video. Specify an integer greater than 0. If you specify MaxBitRate and omit BufferSize, Elastic Transcoder sets BufferSize to 10 times the value of MaxBitRate.

InterlacedMode (Optional, H.264/MPEG2 Only)

The interlace mode for the output video.

Interlaced video is used to double the perceived frame rate for a video by interlacing two fields (one field on every other line, the other field on the other lines) so that the human eye registers multiple pictures per frame. Interlacing reduces the bandwidth required for transmitting a video, but can result in blurred images and flickering.

Valid values include Progressive (no interlacing, top to bottom), TopFirst (top field first), BottomFirst (bottom field first), and Auto.

If InterlaceMode is not specified, Elastic Transcoder uses Progressive for the output. If Auto is specified, Elastic Transcoder interlaces the output.

ColorSpaceConversionMode (Optional, H.264/MPEG2 Only)

The color space conversion Elastic Transcoder applies to the output video. Color spaces are the algorithms used by the computer to store information about how to render color. Bt.601 is the standard for standard definition video, while Bt.709 is the standard for high definition video.

Valid values include None, Bt709toBt601, Bt601toBt709, and Auto.

If you chose Auto for ColorSpaceConversionMode and your output is interlaced, your frame rate is one of 23.97, 24, 25, 29.97, 50, or 60, your SegmentDuration is null, and you are using one of the resolution changes from the list below, Elastic Transcoder applies the following color space conversions:

  • Standard to HD, 720x480 to 1920x1080 - Elastic Transcoder applies Bt601ToBt709
  • Standard to HD, 720x576 to 1920x1080 - Elastic Transcoder applies Bt601ToBt709
  • HD to Standard, 1920x1080 to 720x480 - Elastic Transcoder applies Bt709ToBt601
  • HD to Standard, 1920x1080 to 720x576 - Elastic Transcoder applies Bt709ToBt601
<note>Elastic Transcoder may change the behavior of the ColorspaceConversionMode Auto mode in the future. All outputs in a playlist must use the same ColorSpaceConversionMode.</note>

If you do not specify a ColorSpaceConversionMode, Elastic Transcoder does not change the color space of a file. If you are unsure what ColorSpaceConversionMode was applied to your output file, you can check the AppliedColorSpaceConversion parameter included in your job response. If your job does not have an AppliedColorSpaceConversion in its response, no ColorSpaceConversionMode was applied.

ChromaSubsampling

The sampling pattern for the chroma (color) channels of the output video. Valid values include yuv420p and yuv422p.

yuv420p samples the chroma information of every other horizontal and every other vertical line, yuv422p samples the color information of every horizontal line and every other vertical line.

LoopCount (Gif Only)

The number of times you want the output gif to loop. Valid values include Infinite and integers between 0 and 100, inclusive.

Constraints:
Length: 0 - 30

Returns:
Profile (H.264/VP8 Only)

The H.264 profile that you want to use for the output file. Elastic Transcoder supports the following profiles:

  • baseline: The profile most commonly used for videoconferencing and for mobile applications.
  • main: The profile used for standard-definition digital TV broadcasts.
  • high: The profile used for high-definition digital TV broadcasts and for Blu-ray discs.

Level (H.264 Only)

The H.264 level that you want to use for the output file. Elastic Transcoder supports the following levels:

1, 1b, 1.1, 1.2, 1.3, 2, 2.1, 2.2, 3, 3.1, 3.2, 4, 4.1

MaxReferenceFrames (H.264 Only)

Applicable only when the value of Video:Codec is H.264. The maximum number of previously decoded frames to use as a reference for decoding future frames. Valid values are integers 0 through 16, but we recommend that you not use a value greater than the following:

Min(Floor(Maximum decoded picture buffer in macroblocks * 256 / (Width in pixels * Height in pixels)), 16)

where Width in pixels and Height in pixels represent either MaxWidth and MaxHeight, or Resolution. Maximum decoded picture buffer in macroblocks depends on the value of the Level object. See the list below. (A macroblock is a block of pixels measuring 16x16.)

  • 1 - 396
  • 1b - 396
  • 1.1 - 900
  • 1.2 - 2376
  • 1.3 - 2376
  • 2 - 2376
  • 2.1 - 4752
  • 2.2 - 8100
  • 3 - 8100
  • 3.1 - 18000
  • 3.2 - 20480
  • 4 - 32768
  • 4.1 - 32768

MaxBitRate (Optional, H.264/MPEG2/VP8 only)

The maximum number of bits per second in a video buffer; the size of the buffer is specified by BufferSize. Specify a value between 16 and 62,500. You can reduce the bandwidth required to stream a video by reducing the maximum bit rate, but this also reduces the quality of the video.

BufferSize (Optional, H.264/MPEG2/VP8 only)

The maximum number of bits in any x seconds of the output video. This window is commonly 10 seconds, the standard segment duration when you're using FMP4 or MPEG-TS for the container type of the output video. Specify an integer greater than 0. If you specify MaxBitRate and omit BufferSize, Elastic Transcoder sets BufferSize to 10 times the value of MaxBitRate.

InterlacedMode (Optional, H.264/MPEG2 Only)

The interlace mode for the output video.

Interlaced video is used to double the perceived frame rate for a video by interlacing two fields (one field on every other line, the other field on the other lines) so that the human eye registers multiple pictures per frame. Interlacing reduces the bandwidth required for transmitting a video, but can result in blurred images and flickering.

Valid values include Progressive (no interlacing, top to bottom), TopFirst (top field first), BottomFirst (bottom field first), and Auto.

If InterlaceMode is not specified, Elastic Transcoder uses Progressive for the output. If Auto is specified, Elastic Transcoder interlaces the output.

ColorSpaceConversionMode (Optional, H.264/MPEG2 Only)

The color space conversion Elastic Transcoder applies to the output video. Color spaces are the algorithms used by the computer to store information about how to render color. Bt.601 is the standard for standard definition video, while Bt.709 is the standard for high definition video.

Valid values include None, Bt709toBt601, Bt601toBt709, and Auto.

If you chose Auto for ColorSpaceConversionMode and your output is interlaced, your frame rate is one of 23.97, 24, 25, 29.97, 50, or 60, your SegmentDuration is null, and you are using one of the resolution changes from the list below, Elastic Transcoder applies the following color space conversions:

  • Standard to HD, 720x480 to 1920x1080 - Elastic Transcoder applies Bt601ToBt709
  • Standard to HD, 720x576 to 1920x1080 - Elastic Transcoder applies Bt601ToBt709
  • HD to Standard, 1920x1080 to 720x480 - Elastic Transcoder applies Bt709ToBt601
  • HD to Standard, 1920x1080 to 720x576 - Elastic Transcoder applies Bt709ToBt601
<note>Elastic Transcoder may change the behavior of the ColorspaceConversionMode Auto mode in the future. All outputs in a playlist must use the same ColorSpaceConversionMode.</note>

If you do not specify a ColorSpaceConversionMode, Elastic Transcoder does not change the color space of a file. If you are unsure what ColorSpaceConversionMode was applied to your output file, you can check the AppliedColorSpaceConversion parameter included in your job response. If your job does not have an AppliedColorSpaceConversion in its response, no ColorSpaceConversionMode was applied.

ChromaSubsampling

The sampling pattern for the chroma (color) channels of the output video. Valid values include yuv420p and yuv422p.

yuv420p samples the chroma information of every other horizontal and every other vertical line, yuv422p samples the color information of every horizontal line and every other vertical line.

LoopCount (Gif Only)

The number of times you want the output gif to loop. Valid values include Infinite and integers between 0 and 100, inclusive.

 
     public java.util.Map<String,StringgetCodecOptions() {
         
         if ( == null) {
              = new java.util.HashMap<String,String>();
         }
         return ;
     }
    
    
Profile (H.264/VP8 Only)

The H.264 profile that you want to use for the output file. Elastic Transcoder supports the following profiles:

  • baseline: The profile most commonly used for videoconferencing and for mobile applications.
  • main: The profile used for standard-definition digital TV broadcasts.
  • high: The profile used for high-definition digital TV broadcasts and for Blu-ray discs.

Level (H.264 Only)

The H.264 level that you want to use for the output file. Elastic Transcoder supports the following levels:

1, 1b, 1.1, 1.2, 1.3, 2, 2.1, 2.2, 3, 3.1, 3.2, 4, 4.1

MaxReferenceFrames (H.264 Only)

Applicable only when the value of Video:Codec is H.264. The maximum number of previously decoded frames to use as a reference for decoding future frames. Valid values are integers 0 through 16, but we recommend that you not use a value greater than the following:

Min(Floor(Maximum decoded picture buffer in macroblocks * 256 / (Width in pixels * Height in pixels)), 16)

where Width in pixels and Height in pixels represent either MaxWidth and MaxHeight, or Resolution. Maximum decoded picture buffer in macroblocks depends on the value of the Level object. See the list below. (A macroblock is a block of pixels measuring 16x16.)

  • 1 - 396
  • 1b - 396
  • 1.1 - 900
  • 1.2 - 2376
  • 1.3 - 2376
  • 2 - 2376
  • 2.1 - 4752
  • 2.2 - 8100
  • 3 - 8100
  • 3.1 - 18000
  • 3.2 - 20480
  • 4 - 32768
  • 4.1 - 32768

MaxBitRate (Optional, H.264/MPEG2/VP8 only)

The maximum number of bits per second in a video buffer; the size of the buffer is specified by BufferSize. Specify a value between 16 and 62,500. You can reduce the bandwidth required to stream a video by reducing the maximum bit rate, but this also reduces the quality of the video.

BufferSize (Optional, H.264/MPEG2/VP8 only)

The maximum number of bits in any x seconds of the output video. This window is commonly 10 seconds, the standard segment duration when you're using FMP4 or MPEG-TS for the container type of the output video. Specify an integer greater than 0. If you specify MaxBitRate and omit BufferSize, Elastic Transcoder sets BufferSize to 10 times the value of MaxBitRate.

InterlacedMode (Optional, H.264/MPEG2 Only)

The interlace mode for the output video.

Interlaced video is used to double the perceived frame rate for a video by interlacing two fields (one field on every other line, the other field on the other lines) so that the human eye registers multiple pictures per frame. Interlacing reduces the bandwidth required for transmitting a video, but can result in blurred images and flickering.

Valid values include Progressive (no interlacing, top to bottom), TopFirst (top field first), BottomFirst (bottom field first), and Auto.

If InterlaceMode is not specified, Elastic Transcoder uses Progressive for the output. If Auto is specified, Elastic Transcoder interlaces the output.

ColorSpaceConversionMode (Optional, H.264/MPEG2 Only)

The color space conversion Elastic Transcoder applies to the output video. Color spaces are the algorithms used by the computer to store information about how to render color. Bt.601 is the standard for standard definition video, while Bt.709 is the standard for high definition video.

Valid values include None, Bt709toBt601, Bt601toBt709, and Auto.

If you chose Auto for ColorSpaceConversionMode and your output is interlaced, your frame rate is one of 23.97, 24, 25, 29.97, 50, or 60, your SegmentDuration is null, and you are using one of the resolution changes from the list below, Elastic Transcoder applies the following color space conversions:

  • Standard to HD, 720x480 to 1920x1080 - Elastic Transcoder applies Bt601ToBt709
  • Standard to HD, 720x576 to 1920x1080 - Elastic Transcoder applies Bt601ToBt709
  • HD to Standard, 1920x1080 to 720x480 - Elastic Transcoder applies Bt709ToBt601
  • HD to Standard, 1920x1080 to 720x576 - Elastic Transcoder applies Bt709ToBt601
<note>Elastic Transcoder may change the behavior of the ColorspaceConversionMode Auto mode in the future. All outputs in a playlist must use the same ColorSpaceConversionMode.</note>

If you do not specify a ColorSpaceConversionMode, Elastic Transcoder does not change the color space of a file. If you are unsure what ColorSpaceConversionMode was applied to your output file, you can check the AppliedColorSpaceConversion parameter included in your job response. If your job does not have an AppliedColorSpaceConversion in its response, no ColorSpaceConversionMode was applied.

ChromaSubsampling

The sampling pattern for the chroma (color) channels of the output video. Valid values include yuv420p and yuv422p.

yuv420p samples the chroma information of every other horizontal and every other vertical line, yuv422p samples the color information of every horizontal line and every other vertical line.

LoopCount (Gif Only)

The number of times you want the output gif to loop. Valid values include Infinite and integers between 0 and 100, inclusive.

Constraints:
Length: 0 - 30

Parameters:
codecOptions Profile (H.264/VP8 Only)

The H.264 profile that you want to use for the output file. Elastic Transcoder supports the following profiles:

  • baseline: The profile most commonly used for videoconferencing and for mobile applications.
  • main: The profile used for standard-definition digital TV broadcasts.
  • high: The profile used for high-definition digital TV broadcasts and for Blu-ray discs.

Level (H.264 Only)

The H.264 level that you want to use for the output file. Elastic Transcoder supports the following levels:

1, 1b, 1.1, 1.2, 1.3, 2, 2.1, 2.2, 3, 3.1, 3.2, 4, 4.1

MaxReferenceFrames (H.264 Only)

Applicable only when the value of Video:Codec is H.264. The maximum number of previously decoded frames to use as a reference for decoding future frames. Valid values are integers 0 through 16, but we recommend that you not use a value greater than the following:

Min(Floor(Maximum decoded picture buffer in macroblocks * 256 / (Width in pixels * Height in pixels)), 16)

where Width in pixels and Height in pixels represent either MaxWidth and MaxHeight, or Resolution. Maximum decoded picture buffer in macroblocks depends on the value of the Level object. See the list below. (A macroblock is a block of pixels measuring 16x16.)

  • 1 - 396
  • 1b - 396
  • 1.1 - 900
  • 1.2 - 2376
  • 1.3 - 2376
  • 2 - 2376
  • 2.1 - 4752
  • 2.2 - 8100
  • 3 - 8100
  • 3.1 - 18000
  • 3.2 - 20480
  • 4 - 32768
  • 4.1 - 32768

MaxBitRate (Optional, H.264/MPEG2/VP8 only)

The maximum number of bits per second in a video buffer; the size of the buffer is specified by BufferSize. Specify a value between 16 and 62,500. You can reduce the bandwidth required to stream a video by reducing the maximum bit rate, but this also reduces the quality of the video.

BufferSize (Optional, H.264/MPEG2/VP8 only)

The maximum number of bits in any x seconds of the output video. This window is commonly 10 seconds, the standard segment duration when you're using FMP4 or MPEG-TS for the container type of the output video. Specify an integer greater than 0. If you specify MaxBitRate and omit BufferSize, Elastic Transcoder sets BufferSize to 10 times the value of MaxBitRate.

InterlacedMode (Optional, H.264/MPEG2 Only)

The interlace mode for the output video.

Interlaced video is used to double the perceived frame rate for a video by interlacing two fields (one field on every other line, the other field on the other lines) so that the human eye registers multiple pictures per frame. Interlacing reduces the bandwidth required for transmitting a video, but can result in blurred images and flickering.

Valid values include Progressive (no interlacing, top to bottom), TopFirst (top field first), BottomFirst (bottom field first), and Auto.

If InterlaceMode is not specified, Elastic Transcoder uses Progressive for the output. If Auto is specified, Elastic Transcoder interlaces the output.

ColorSpaceConversionMode (Optional, H.264/MPEG2 Only)

The color space conversion Elastic Transcoder applies to the output video. Color spaces are the algorithms used by the computer to store information about how to render color. Bt.601 is the standard for standard definition video, while Bt.709 is the standard for high definition video.

Valid values include None, Bt709toBt601, Bt601toBt709, and Auto.

If you chose Auto for ColorSpaceConversionMode and your output is interlaced, your frame rate is one of 23.97, 24, 25, 29.97, 50, or 60, your SegmentDuration is null, and you are using one of the resolution changes from the list below, Elastic Transcoder applies the following color space conversions:

  • Standard to HD, 720x480 to 1920x1080 - Elastic Transcoder applies Bt601ToBt709
  • Standard to HD, 720x576 to 1920x1080 - Elastic Transcoder applies Bt601ToBt709
  • HD to Standard, 1920x1080 to 720x480 - Elastic Transcoder applies Bt709ToBt601
  • HD to Standard, 1920x1080 to 720x576 - Elastic Transcoder applies Bt709ToBt601
<note>Elastic Transcoder may change the behavior of the ColorspaceConversionMode Auto mode in the future. All outputs in a playlist must use the same ColorSpaceConversionMode.</note>

If you do not specify a ColorSpaceConversionMode, Elastic Transcoder does not change the color space of a file. If you are unsure what ColorSpaceConversionMode was applied to your output file, you can check the AppliedColorSpaceConversion parameter included in your job response. If your job does not have an AppliedColorSpaceConversion in its response, no ColorSpaceConversionMode was applied.

ChromaSubsampling

The sampling pattern for the chroma (color) channels of the output video. Valid values include yuv420p and yuv422p.

yuv420p samples the chroma information of every other horizontal and every other vertical line, yuv422p samples the color information of every horizontal line and every other vertical line.

LoopCount (Gif Only)

The number of times you want the output gif to loop. Valid values include Infinite and integers between 0 and 100, inclusive.

 
     public void setCodecOptions(java.util.Map<String,StringcodecOptions) {
         this. = codecOptions;
     }
    
    
Profile (H.264/VP8 Only)

The H.264 profile that you want to use for the output file. Elastic Transcoder supports the following profiles:

  • baseline: The profile most commonly used for videoconferencing and for mobile applications.
  • main: The profile used for standard-definition digital TV broadcasts.
  • high: The profile used for high-definition digital TV broadcasts and for Blu-ray discs.

Level (H.264 Only)

The H.264 level that you want to use for the output file. Elastic Transcoder supports the following levels:

1, 1b, 1.1, 1.2, 1.3, 2, 2.1, 2.2, 3, 3.1, 3.2, 4, 4.1

MaxReferenceFrames (H.264 Only)

Applicable only when the value of Video:Codec is H.264. The maximum number of previously decoded frames to use as a reference for decoding future frames. Valid values are integers 0 through 16, but we recommend that you not use a value greater than the following:

Min(Floor(Maximum decoded picture buffer in macroblocks * 256 / (Width in pixels * Height in pixels)), 16)

where Width in pixels and Height in pixels represent either MaxWidth and MaxHeight, or Resolution. Maximum decoded picture buffer in macroblocks depends on the value of the Level object. See the list below. (A macroblock is a block of pixels measuring 16x16.)

  • 1 - 396
  • 1b - 396
  • 1.1 - 900
  • 1.2 - 2376
  • 1.3 - 2376
  • 2 - 2376
  • 2.1 - 4752
  • 2.2 - 8100
  • 3 - 8100
  • 3.1 - 18000
  • 3.2 - 20480
  • 4 - 32768
  • 4.1 - 32768

MaxBitRate (Optional, H.264/MPEG2/VP8 only)

The maximum number of bits per second in a video buffer; the size of the buffer is specified by BufferSize. Specify a value between 16 and 62,500. You can reduce the bandwidth required to stream a video by reducing the maximum bit rate, but this also reduces the quality of the video.

BufferSize (Optional, H.264/MPEG2/VP8 only)

The maximum number of bits in any x seconds of the output video. This window is commonly 10 seconds, the standard segment duration when you're using FMP4 or MPEG-TS for the container type of the output video. Specify an integer greater than 0. If you specify MaxBitRate and omit BufferSize, Elastic Transcoder sets BufferSize to 10 times the value of MaxBitRate.

InterlacedMode (Optional, H.264/MPEG2 Only)

The interlace mode for the output video.

Interlaced video is used to double the perceived frame rate for a video by interlacing two fields (one field on every other line, the other field on the other lines) so that the human eye registers multiple pictures per frame. Interlacing reduces the bandwidth required for transmitting a video, but can result in blurred images and flickering.

Valid values include Progressive (no interlacing, top to bottom), TopFirst (top field first), BottomFirst (bottom field first), and Auto.

If InterlaceMode is not specified, Elastic Transcoder uses Progressive for the output. If Auto is specified, Elastic Transcoder interlaces the output.

ColorSpaceConversionMode (Optional, H.264/MPEG2 Only)

The color space conversion Elastic Transcoder applies to the output video. Color spaces are the algorithms used by the computer to store information about how to render color. Bt.601 is the standard for standard definition video, while Bt.709 is the standard for high definition video.

Valid values include None, Bt709toBt601, Bt601toBt709, and Auto.

If you chose Auto for ColorSpaceConversionMode and your output is interlaced, your frame rate is one of 23.97, 24, 25, 29.97, 50, or 60, your SegmentDuration is null, and you are using one of the resolution changes from the list below, Elastic Transcoder applies the following color space conversions:

  • Standard to HD, 720x480 to 1920x1080 - Elastic Transcoder applies Bt601ToBt709
  • Standard to HD, 720x576 to 1920x1080 - Elastic Transcoder applies Bt601ToBt709
  • HD to Standard, 1920x1080 to 720x480 - Elastic Transcoder applies Bt709ToBt601
  • HD to Standard, 1920x1080 to 720x576 - Elastic Transcoder applies Bt709ToBt601
<note>Elastic Transcoder may change the behavior of the ColorspaceConversionMode Auto mode in the future. All outputs in a playlist must use the same ColorSpaceConversionMode.</note>

If you do not specify a ColorSpaceConversionMode, Elastic Transcoder does not change the color space of a file. If you are unsure what ColorSpaceConversionMode was applied to your output file, you can check the AppliedColorSpaceConversion parameter included in your job response. If your job does not have an AppliedColorSpaceConversion in its response, no ColorSpaceConversionMode was applied.

ChromaSubsampling

The sampling pattern for the chroma (color) channels of the output video. Valid values include yuv420p and yuv422p.

yuv420p samples the chroma information of every other horizontal and every other vertical line, yuv422p samples the color information of every horizontal line and every other vertical line.

LoopCount (Gif Only)

The number of times you want the output gif to loop. Valid values include Infinite and integers between 0 and 100, inclusive.

Returns a reference to this object so that method calls can be chained together.

Constraints:
Length: 0 - 30

Parameters:
codecOptions Profile (H.264/VP8 Only)

The H.264 profile that you want to use for the output file. Elastic Transcoder supports the following profiles:

  • baseline: The profile most commonly used for videoconferencing and for mobile applications.
  • main: The profile used for standard-definition digital TV broadcasts.
  • high: The profile used for high-definition digital TV broadcasts and for Blu-ray discs.

Level (H.264 Only)

The H.264 level that you want to use for the output file. Elastic Transcoder supports the following levels:

1, 1b, 1.1, 1.2, 1.3, 2, 2.1, 2.2, 3, 3.1, 3.2, 4, 4.1

MaxReferenceFrames (H.264 Only)

Applicable only when the value of Video:Codec is H.264. The maximum number of previously decoded frames to use as a reference for decoding future frames. Valid values are integers 0 through 16, but we recommend that you not use a value greater than the following:

Min(Floor(Maximum decoded picture buffer in macroblocks * 256 / (Width in pixels * Height in pixels)), 16)

where Width in pixels and Height in pixels represent either MaxWidth and MaxHeight, or Resolution. Maximum decoded picture buffer in macroblocks depends on the value of the Level object. See the list below. (A macroblock is a block of pixels measuring 16x16.)

  • 1 - 396
  • 1b - 396
  • 1.1 - 900
  • 1.2 - 2376
  • 1.3 - 2376
  • 2 - 2376
  • 2.1 - 4752
  • 2.2 - 8100
  • 3 - 8100
  • 3.1 - 18000
  • 3.2 - 20480
  • 4 - 32768
  • 4.1 - 32768

MaxBitRate (Optional, H.264/MPEG2/VP8 only)

The maximum number of bits per second in a video buffer; the size of the buffer is specified by BufferSize. Specify a value between 16 and 62,500. You can reduce the bandwidth required to stream a video by reducing the maximum bit rate, but this also reduces the quality of the video.

BufferSize (Optional, H.264/MPEG2/VP8 only)

The maximum number of bits in any x seconds of the output video. This window is commonly 10 seconds, the standard segment duration when you're using FMP4 or MPEG-TS for the container type of the output video. Specify an integer greater than 0. If you specify MaxBitRate and omit BufferSize, Elastic Transcoder sets BufferSize to 10 times the value of MaxBitRate.

InterlacedMode (Optional, H.264/MPEG2 Only)

The interlace mode for the output video.

Interlaced video is used to double the perceived frame rate for a video by interlacing two fields (one field on every other line, the other field on the other lines) so that the human eye registers multiple pictures per frame. Interlacing reduces the bandwidth required for transmitting a video, but can result in blurred images and flickering.

Valid values include Progressive (no interlacing, top to bottom), TopFirst (top field first), BottomFirst (bottom field first), and Auto.

If InterlaceMode is not specified, Elastic Transcoder uses Progressive for the output. If Auto is specified, Elastic Transcoder interlaces the output.

ColorSpaceConversionMode (Optional, H.264/MPEG2 Only)

The color space conversion Elastic Transcoder applies to the output video. Color spaces are the algorithms used by the computer to store information about how to render color. Bt.601 is the standard for standard definition video, while Bt.709 is the standard for high definition video.

Valid values include None, Bt709toBt601, Bt601toBt709, and Auto.

If you chose Auto for ColorSpaceConversionMode and your output is interlaced, your frame rate is one of 23.97, 24, 25, 29.97, 50, or 60, your SegmentDuration is null, and you are using one of the resolution changes from the list below, Elastic Transcoder applies the following color space conversions:

  • Standard to HD, 720x480 to 1920x1080 - Elastic Transcoder applies Bt601ToBt709
  • Standard to HD, 720x576 to 1920x1080 - Elastic Transcoder applies Bt601ToBt709
  • HD to Standard, 1920x1080 to 720x480 - Elastic Transcoder applies Bt709ToBt601
  • HD to Standard, 1920x1080 to 720x576 - Elastic Transcoder applies Bt709ToBt601
<note>Elastic Transcoder may change the behavior of the ColorspaceConversionMode Auto mode in the future. All outputs in a playlist must use the same ColorSpaceConversionMode.</note>

If you do not specify a ColorSpaceConversionMode, Elastic Transcoder does not change the color space of a file. If you are unsure what ColorSpaceConversionMode was applied to your output file, you can check the AppliedColorSpaceConversion parameter included in your job response. If your job does not have an AppliedColorSpaceConversion in its response, no ColorSpaceConversionMode was applied.

ChromaSubsampling

The sampling pattern for the chroma (color) channels of the output video. Valid values include yuv420p and yuv422p.

yuv420p samples the chroma information of every other horizontal and every other vertical line, yuv422p samples the color information of every horizontal line and every other vertical line.

LoopCount (Gif Only)

The number of times you want the output gif to loop. Valid values include Infinite and integers between 0 and 100, inclusive.

Returns:
A reference to this updated object so that method calls can be chained together.
    public VideoParameters withCodecOptions(java.util.Map<String,StringcodecOptions) {
        setCodecOptions(codecOptions);
        return this;
    }

    
Profile (H.264/VP8 Only)

The H.264 profile that you want to use for the output file. Elastic Transcoder supports the following profiles:

  • baseline: The profile most commonly used for videoconferencing and for mobile applications.
  • main: The profile used for standard-definition digital TV broadcasts.
  • high: The profile used for high-definition digital TV broadcasts and for Blu-ray discs.

Level (H.264 Only)

The H.264 level that you want to use for the output file. Elastic Transcoder supports the following levels:

1, 1b, 1.1, 1.2, 1.3, 2, 2.1, 2.2, 3, 3.1, 3.2, 4, 4.1

MaxReferenceFrames (H.264 Only)

Applicable only when the value of Video:Codec is H.264. The maximum number of previously decoded frames to use as a reference for decoding future frames. Valid values are integers 0 through 16, but we recommend that you not use a value greater than the following:

Min(Floor(Maximum decoded picture buffer in macroblocks * 256 / (Width in pixels * Height in pixels)), 16)

where Width in pixels and Height in pixels represent either MaxWidth and MaxHeight, or Resolution. Maximum decoded picture buffer in macroblocks depends on the value of the Level object. See the list below. (A macroblock is a block of pixels measuring 16x16.)

  • 1 - 396
  • 1b - 396
  • 1.1 - 900
  • 1.2 - 2376
  • 1.3 - 2376
  • 2 - 2376
  • 2.1 - 4752
  • 2.2 - 8100
  • 3 - 8100
  • 3.1 - 18000
  • 3.2 - 20480
  • 4 - 32768
  • 4.1 - 32768

MaxBitRate (Optional, H.264/MPEG2/VP8 only)

The maximum number of bits per second in a video buffer; the size of the buffer is specified by BufferSize. Specify a value between 16 and 62,500. You can reduce the bandwidth required to stream a video by reducing the maximum bit rate, but this also reduces the quality of the video.

BufferSize (Optional, H.264/MPEG2/VP8 only)

The maximum number of bits in any x seconds of the output video. This window is commonly 10 seconds, the standard segment duration when you're using FMP4 or MPEG-TS for the container type of the output video. Specify an integer greater than 0. If you specify MaxBitRate and omit BufferSize, Elastic Transcoder sets BufferSize to 10 times the value of MaxBitRate.

InterlacedMode (Optional, H.264/MPEG2 Only)

The interlace mode for the output video.

Interlaced video is used to double the perceived frame rate for a video by interlacing two fields (one field on every other line, the other field on the other lines) so that the human eye registers multiple pictures per frame. Interlacing reduces the bandwidth required for transmitting a video, but can result in blurred images and flickering.

Valid values include Progressive (no interlacing, top to bottom), TopFirst (top field first), BottomFirst (bottom field first), and Auto.

If InterlaceMode is not specified, Elastic Transcoder uses Progressive for the output. If Auto is specified, Elastic Transcoder interlaces the output.

ColorSpaceConversionMode (Optional, H.264/MPEG2 Only)

The color space conversion Elastic Transcoder applies to the output video. Color spaces are the algorithms used by the computer to store information about how to render color. Bt.601 is the standard for standard definition video, while Bt.709 is the standard for high definition video.

Valid values include None, Bt709toBt601, Bt601toBt709, and Auto.

If you chose Auto for ColorSpaceConversionMode and your output is interlaced, your frame rate is one of 23.97, 24, 25, 29.97, 50, or 60, your SegmentDuration is null, and you are using one of the resolution changes from the list below, Elastic Transcoder applies the following color space conversions:

  • Standard to HD, 720x480 to 1920x1080 - Elastic Transcoder applies Bt601ToBt709
  • Standard to HD, 720x576 to 1920x1080 - Elastic Transcoder applies Bt601ToBt709
  • HD to Standard, 1920x1080 to 720x480 - Elastic Transcoder applies Bt709ToBt601
  • HD to Standard, 1920x1080 to 720x576 - Elastic Transcoder applies Bt709ToBt601
<note>Elastic Transcoder may change the behavior of the ColorspaceConversionMode Auto mode in the future. All outputs in a playlist must use the same ColorSpaceConversionMode.</note>

If you do not specify a ColorSpaceConversionMode, Elastic Transcoder does not change the color space of a file. If you are unsure what ColorSpaceConversionMode was applied to your output file, you can check the AppliedColorSpaceConversion parameter included in your job response. If your job does not have an AppliedColorSpaceConversion in its response, no ColorSpaceConversionMode was applied.

ChromaSubsampling

The sampling pattern for the chroma (color) channels of the output video. Valid values include yuv420p and yuv422p.

yuv420p samples the chroma information of every other horizontal and every other vertical line, yuv422p samples the color information of every horizontal line and every other vertical line.

LoopCount (Gif Only)

The number of times you want the output gif to loop. Valid values include Infinite and integers between 0 and 100, inclusive.

The method adds a new key-value pair into CodecOptions parameter, and returns a reference to this object so that method calls can be chained together.

Constraints:
Length: 0 - 30

Parameters:
key The key of the entry to be added into CodecOptions.
value The corresponding value of the entry to be added into CodecOptions.
  public VideoParameters addCodecOptionsEntry(String keyString value) {
    if (null == this.) {
      this. = new java.util.HashMap<String,String>();
    }
    if (this..containsKey(key))
      throw new IllegalArgumentException("Duplicated keys (" + key.toString() + ") are provided.");
    this..put(keyvalue);
    return this;
  }

  
Removes all the entries added into CodecOptions.

Returns a reference to this object so that method calls can be chained together.

    this. = null;
    return this;
  }
  
    
Applicable only when the value of Video:Codec is one of H.264, MPEG2, or VP8.

The maximum number of frames between key frames. Key frames are fully encoded frames; the frames between key frames are encoded based, in part, on the content of the key frames. The value is an integer formatted as a string; valid values are between 1 (every frame is a key frame) and 100000, inclusive. A higher value results in higher compression but may also discernibly decrease video quality.

For Smooth outputs, the FrameRate must have a constant ratio to the KeyframesMaxDist. This allows Smooth playlists to switch between different quality levels while the file is being played.

For example, an input file can have a FrameRate of 30 with a KeyframesMaxDist of 90. The output file then needs to have a ratio of 1:3. Valid outputs would have FrameRate of 30, 25, and 10, and KeyframesMaxDist of 90, 75, and 30, respectively.

Alternately, this can be achieved by setting FrameRate to auto and having the same values for MaxFrameRate and KeyframesMaxDist.

Constraints:
Pattern: ^\d{1,6}$

Returns:
Applicable only when the value of Video:Codec is one of H.264, MPEG2, or VP8.

The maximum number of frames between key frames. Key frames are fully encoded frames; the frames between key frames are encoded based, in part, on the content of the key frames. The value is an integer formatted as a string; valid values are between 1 (every frame is a key frame) and 100000, inclusive. A higher value results in higher compression but may also discernibly decrease video quality.

For Smooth outputs, the FrameRate must have a constant ratio to the KeyframesMaxDist. This allows Smooth playlists to switch between different quality levels while the file is being played.

For example, an input file can have a FrameRate of 30 with a KeyframesMaxDist of 90. The output file then needs to have a ratio of 1:3. Valid outputs would have FrameRate of 30, 25, and 10, and KeyframesMaxDist of 90, 75, and 30, respectively.

Alternately, this can be achieved by setting FrameRate to auto and having the same values for MaxFrameRate and KeyframesMaxDist.

    public String getKeyframesMaxDist() {
        return ;
    }
    
    
Applicable only when the value of Video:Codec is one of H.264, MPEG2, or VP8.

The maximum number of frames between key frames. Key frames are fully encoded frames; the frames between key frames are encoded based, in part, on the content of the key frames. The value is an integer formatted as a string; valid values are between 1 (every frame is a key frame) and 100000, inclusive. A higher value results in higher compression but may also discernibly decrease video quality.

For Smooth outputs, the FrameRate must have a constant ratio to the KeyframesMaxDist. This allows Smooth playlists to switch between different quality levels while the file is being played.

For example, an input file can have a FrameRate of 30 with a KeyframesMaxDist of 90. The output file then needs to have a ratio of 1:3. Valid outputs would have FrameRate of 30, 25, and 10, and KeyframesMaxDist of 90, 75, and 30, respectively.

Alternately, this can be achieved by setting FrameRate to auto and having the same values for MaxFrameRate and KeyframesMaxDist.

Constraints:
Pattern: ^\d{1,6}$

Parameters:
keyframesMaxDist Applicable only when the value of Video:Codec is one of H.264, MPEG2, or VP8.

The maximum number of frames between key frames. Key frames are fully encoded frames; the frames between key frames are encoded based, in part, on the content of the key frames. The value is an integer formatted as a string; valid values are between 1 (every frame is a key frame) and 100000, inclusive. A higher value results in higher compression but may also discernibly decrease video quality.

For Smooth outputs, the FrameRate must have a constant ratio to the KeyframesMaxDist. This allows Smooth playlists to switch between different quality levels while the file is being played.

For example, an input file can have a FrameRate of 30 with a KeyframesMaxDist of 90. The output file then needs to have a ratio of 1:3. Valid outputs would have FrameRate of 30, 25, and 10, and KeyframesMaxDist of 90, 75, and 30, respectively.

Alternately, this can be achieved by setting FrameRate to auto and having the same values for MaxFrameRate and KeyframesMaxDist.

    public void setKeyframesMaxDist(String keyframesMaxDist) {
        this. = keyframesMaxDist;
    }
    
    
Applicable only when the value of Video:Codec is one of H.264, MPEG2, or VP8.

The maximum number of frames between key frames. Key frames are fully encoded frames; the frames between key frames are encoded based, in part, on the content of the key frames. The value is an integer formatted as a string; valid values are between 1 (every frame is a key frame) and 100000, inclusive. A higher value results in higher compression but may also discernibly decrease video quality.

For Smooth outputs, the FrameRate must have a constant ratio to the KeyframesMaxDist. This allows Smooth playlists to switch between different quality levels while the file is being played.

For example, an input file can have a FrameRate of 30 with a KeyframesMaxDist of 90. The output file then needs to have a ratio of 1:3. Valid outputs would have FrameRate of 30, 25, and 10, and KeyframesMaxDist of 90, 75, and 30, respectively.

Alternately, this can be achieved by setting FrameRate to auto and having the same values for MaxFrameRate and KeyframesMaxDist.

Returns a reference to this object so that method calls can be chained together.

Constraints:
Pattern: ^\d{1,6}$

Parameters:
keyframesMaxDist Applicable only when the value of Video:Codec is one of H.264, MPEG2, or VP8.

The maximum number of frames between key frames. Key frames are fully encoded frames; the frames between key frames are encoded based, in part, on the content of the key frames. The value is an integer formatted as a string; valid values are between 1 (every frame is a key frame) and 100000, inclusive. A higher value results in higher compression but may also discernibly decrease video quality.

For Smooth outputs, the FrameRate must have a constant ratio to the KeyframesMaxDist. This allows Smooth playlists to switch between different quality levels while the file is being played.

For example, an input file can have a FrameRate of 30 with a KeyframesMaxDist of 90. The output file then needs to have a ratio of 1:3. Valid outputs would have FrameRate of 30, 25, and 10, and KeyframesMaxDist of 90, 75, and 30, respectively.

Alternately, this can be achieved by setting FrameRate to auto and having the same values for MaxFrameRate and KeyframesMaxDist.

Returns:
A reference to this updated object so that method calls can be chained together.
    public VideoParameters withKeyframesMaxDist(String keyframesMaxDist) {
        this. = keyframesMaxDist;
        return this;
    }

    
Applicable only when the value of Video:Codec is one of H.264, MPEG2, or VP8.

Whether to use a fixed value for FixedGOP. Valid values are true and false:

  • true: Elastic Transcoder uses the value of KeyframesMaxDist for the distance between key frames (the number of frames in a group of pictures, or GOP).
  • false: The distance between key frames can vary.
<important>

FixedGOP must be set to true for fmp4 containers.</important>

Constraints:
Pattern: (^true$)|(^false$)

Returns:
Applicable only when the value of Video:Codec is one of H.264, MPEG2, or VP8.

Whether to use a fixed value for FixedGOP. Valid values are true and false:

  • true: Elastic Transcoder uses the value of KeyframesMaxDist for the distance between key frames (the number of frames in a group of pictures, or GOP).
  • false: The distance between key frames can vary.
<important>

FixedGOP must be set to true for fmp4 containers.</important>

    public String getFixedGOP() {
        return ;
    }
    
    
Applicable only when the value of Video:Codec is one of H.264, MPEG2, or VP8.

Whether to use a fixed value for FixedGOP. Valid values are true and false:

  • true: Elastic Transcoder uses the value of KeyframesMaxDist for the distance between key frames (the number of frames in a group of pictures, or GOP).
  • false: The distance between key frames can vary.
<important>

FixedGOP must be set to true for fmp4 containers.</important>

Constraints:
Pattern: (^true$)|(^false$)

Parameters:
fixedGOP Applicable only when the value of Video:Codec is one of H.264, MPEG2, or VP8.

Whether to use a fixed value for FixedGOP. Valid values are true and false:

  • true: Elastic Transcoder uses the value of KeyframesMaxDist for the distance between key frames (the number of frames in a group of pictures, or GOP).
  • false: The distance between key frames can vary.
<important>

FixedGOP must be set to true for fmp4 containers.</important>

    public void setFixedGOP(String fixedGOP) {
        this. = fixedGOP;
    }
    
    
Applicable only when the value of Video:Codec is one of H.264, MPEG2, or VP8.

Whether to use a fixed value for FixedGOP. Valid values are true and false:

  • true: Elastic Transcoder uses the value of KeyframesMaxDist for the distance between key frames (the number of frames in a group of pictures, or GOP).
  • false: The distance between key frames can vary.
<important>

FixedGOP must be set to true for fmp4 containers.</important>

Returns a reference to this object so that method calls can be chained together.

Constraints:
Pattern: (^true$)|(^false$)

Parameters:
fixedGOP Applicable only when the value of Video:Codec is one of H.264, MPEG2, or VP8.

Whether to use a fixed value for FixedGOP. Valid values are true and false:

  • true: Elastic Transcoder uses the value of KeyframesMaxDist for the distance between key frames (the number of frames in a group of pictures, or GOP).
  • false: The distance between key frames can vary.
<important>

FixedGOP must be set to true for fmp4 containers.</important>

Returns:
A reference to this updated object so that method calls can be chained together.
    public VideoParameters withFixedGOP(String fixedGOP) {
        this. = fixedGOP;
        return this;
    }

    
The bit rate of the video stream in the output file, in kilobits/second. Valid values depend on the values of Level and Profile. If you specify auto, Elastic Transcoder uses the detected bit rate of the input source. If you specify a value other than auto, we recommend that you specify a value less than or equal to the maximum H.264-compliant value listed for your level and profile:

Level - Maximum video bit rate in kilobits/second (baseline and main Profile) : maximum video bit rate in kilobits/second (high Profile)

  • 1 - 64 : 80
  • 1b - 128 : 160
  • 1.1 - 192 : 240
  • 1.2 - 384 : 480
  • 1.3 - 768 : 960
  • 2 - 2000 : 2500
  • 3 - 10000 : 12500
  • 3.1 - 14000 : 17500
  • 3.2 - 20000 : 25000
  • 4 - 20000 : 25000
  • 4.1 - 50000 : 62500

Constraints:
Pattern: (^\d{2,5}$)|(^auto$)

Returns:
The bit rate of the video stream in the output file, in kilobits/second. Valid values depend on the values of Level and Profile. If you specify auto, Elastic Transcoder uses the detected bit rate of the input source. If you specify a value other than auto, we recommend that you specify a value less than or equal to the maximum H.264-compliant value listed for your level and profile:

Level - Maximum video bit rate in kilobits/second (baseline and main Profile) : maximum video bit rate in kilobits/second (high Profile)

  • 1 - 64 : 80
  • 1b - 128 : 160
  • 1.1 - 192 : 240
  • 1.2 - 384 : 480
  • 1.3 - 768 : 960
  • 2 - 2000 : 2500
  • 3 - 10000 : 12500
  • 3.1 - 14000 : 17500
  • 3.2 - 20000 : 25000
  • 4 - 20000 : 25000
  • 4.1 - 50000 : 62500
    public String getBitRate() {
        return ;
    }
    
    
The bit rate of the video stream in the output file, in kilobits/second. Valid values depend on the values of Level and Profile. If you specify auto, Elastic Transcoder uses the detected bit rate of the input source. If you specify a value other than auto, we recommend that you specify a value less than or equal to the maximum H.264-compliant value listed for your level and profile:

Level - Maximum video bit rate in kilobits/second (baseline and main Profile) : maximum video bit rate in kilobits/second (high Profile)

  • 1 - 64 : 80
  • 1b - 128 : 160
  • 1.1 - 192 : 240
  • 1.2 - 384 : 480
  • 1.3 - 768 : 960
  • 2 - 2000 : 2500
  • 3 - 10000 : 12500
  • 3.1 - 14000 : 17500
  • 3.2 - 20000 : 25000
  • 4 - 20000 : 25000
  • 4.1 - 50000 : 62500

Constraints:
Pattern: (^\d{2,5}$)|(^auto$)

Parameters:
bitRate The bit rate of the video stream in the output file, in kilobits/second. Valid values depend on the values of Level and Profile. If you specify auto, Elastic Transcoder uses the detected bit rate of the input source. If you specify a value other than auto, we recommend that you specify a value less than or equal to the maximum H.264-compliant value listed for your level and profile:

Level - Maximum video bit rate in kilobits/second (baseline and main Profile) : maximum video bit rate in kilobits/second (high Profile)

  • 1 - 64 : 80
  • 1b - 128 : 160
  • 1.1 - 192 : 240
  • 1.2 - 384 : 480
  • 1.3 - 768 : 960
  • 2 - 2000 : 2500
  • 3 - 10000 : 12500
  • 3.1 - 14000 : 17500
  • 3.2 - 20000 : 25000
  • 4 - 20000 : 25000
  • 4.1 - 50000 : 62500
    public void setBitRate(String bitRate) {
        this. = bitRate;
    }
    
    
The bit rate of the video stream in the output file, in kilobits/second. Valid values depend on the values of Level and Profile. If you specify auto, Elastic Transcoder uses the detected bit rate of the input source. If you specify a value other than auto, we recommend that you specify a value less than or equal to the maximum H.264-compliant value listed for your level and profile:

Level - Maximum video bit rate in kilobits/second (baseline and main Profile) : maximum video bit rate in kilobits/second (high Profile)

  • 1 - 64 : 80
  • 1b - 128 : 160
  • 1.1 - 192 : 240
  • 1.2 - 384 : 480
  • 1.3 - 768 : 960
  • 2 - 2000 : 2500
  • 3 - 10000 : 12500
  • 3.1 - 14000 : 17500
  • 3.2 - 20000 : 25000
  • 4 - 20000 : 25000
  • 4.1 - 50000 : 62500

Returns a reference to this object so that method calls can be chained together.

Constraints:
Pattern: (^\d{2,5}$)|(^auto$)

Parameters:
bitRate The bit rate of the video stream in the output file, in kilobits/second. Valid values depend on the values of Level and Profile. If you specify auto, Elastic Transcoder uses the detected bit rate of the input source. If you specify a value other than auto, we recommend that you specify a value less than or equal to the maximum H.264-compliant value listed for your level and profile:

Level - Maximum video bit rate in kilobits/second (baseline and main Profile) : maximum video bit rate in kilobits/second (high Profile)

  • 1 - 64 : 80
  • 1b - 128 : 160
  • 1.1 - 192 : 240
  • 1.2 - 384 : 480
  • 1.3 - 768 : 960
  • 2 - 2000 : 2500
  • 3 - 10000 : 12500
  • 3.1 - 14000 : 17500
  • 3.2 - 20000 : 25000
  • 4 - 20000 : 25000
  • 4.1 - 50000 : 62500
Returns:
A reference to this updated object so that method calls can be chained together.
    public VideoParameters withBitRate(String bitRate) {
        this. = bitRate;
        return this;
    }

    
The frames per second for the video stream in the output file. Valid values include:

auto, 10, 15, 23.97, 24, 25, 29.97, 30, 60

If you specify auto, Elastic Transcoder uses the detected frame rate of the input source. If you specify a frame rate, we recommend that you perform the following calculation:

Frame rate = maximum recommended decoding speed in luma samples/second / (width in pixels * height in pixels)

where:

  • width in pixels and height in pixels represent the Resolution of the output video.
  • maximum recommended decoding speed in Luma samples/second is less than or equal to the maximum value listed in the following table, based on the value that you specified for Level.

The maximum recommended decoding speed in Luma samples/second for each level is described in the following list (Level - Decoding speed):

  • 1 - 380160
  • 1b - 380160
  • 1.1 - 76800
  • 1.2 - 1536000
  • 1.3 - 3041280
  • 2 - 3041280
  • 2.1 - 5068800
  • 2.2 - 5184000
  • 3 - 10368000
  • 3.1 - 27648000
  • 3.2 - 55296000
  • 4 - 62914560
  • 4.1 - 62914560

Constraints:
Pattern: (^auto$)|(^10$)|(^15$)|(^23.97$)|(^24$)|(^25$)|(^29.97$)|(^30$)|(^50$)|(^60$)

Returns:
The frames per second for the video stream in the output file. Valid values include:

auto, 10, 15, 23.97, 24, 25, 29.97, 30, 60

If you specify auto, Elastic Transcoder uses the detected frame rate of the input source. If you specify a frame rate, we recommend that you perform the following calculation:

Frame rate = maximum recommended decoding speed in luma samples/second / (width in pixels * height in pixels)

where:

  • width in pixels and height in pixels represent the Resolution of the output video.
  • maximum recommended decoding speed in Luma samples/second is less than or equal to the maximum value listed in the following table, based on the value that you specified for Level.

The maximum recommended decoding speed in Luma samples/second for each level is described in the following list (Level - Decoding speed):

  • 1 - 380160
  • 1b - 380160
  • 1.1 - 76800
  • 1.2 - 1536000
  • 1.3 - 3041280
  • 2 - 3041280
  • 2.1 - 5068800
  • 2.2 - 5184000
  • 3 - 10368000
  • 3.1 - 27648000
  • 3.2 - 55296000
  • 4 - 62914560
  • 4.1 - 62914560
    public String getFrameRate() {
        return ;
    }
    
    
The frames per second for the video stream in the output file. Valid values include:

auto, 10, 15, 23.97, 24, 25, 29.97, 30, 60

If you specify auto, Elastic Transcoder uses the detected frame rate of the input source. If you specify a frame rate, we recommend that you perform the following calculation:

Frame rate = maximum recommended decoding speed in luma samples/second / (width in pixels * height in pixels)

where:

  • width in pixels and height in pixels represent the Resolution of the output video.
  • maximum recommended decoding speed in Luma samples/second is less than or equal to the maximum value listed in the following table, based on the value that you specified for Level.

The maximum recommended decoding speed in Luma samples/second for each level is described in the following list (Level - Decoding speed):

  • 1 - 380160
  • 1b - 380160
  • 1.1 - 76800
  • 1.2 - 1536000
  • 1.3 - 3041280
  • 2 - 3041280
  • 2.1 - 5068800
  • 2.2 - 5184000
  • 3 - 10368000
  • 3.1 - 27648000
  • 3.2 - 55296000
  • 4 - 62914560
  • 4.1 - 62914560

Constraints:
Pattern: (^auto$)|(^10$)|(^15$)|(^23.97$)|(^24$)|(^25$)|(^29.97$)|(^30$)|(^50$)|(^60$)

Parameters:
frameRate The frames per second for the video stream in the output file. Valid values include:

auto, 10, 15, 23.97, 24, 25, 29.97, 30, 60

If you specify auto, Elastic Transcoder uses the detected frame rate of the input source. If you specify a frame rate, we recommend that you perform the following calculation:

Frame rate = maximum recommended decoding speed in luma samples/second / (width in pixels * height in pixels)

where:

  • width in pixels and height in pixels represent the Resolution of the output video.
  • maximum recommended decoding speed in Luma samples/second is less than or equal to the maximum value listed in the following table, based on the value that you specified for Level.

The maximum recommended decoding speed in Luma samples/second for each level is described in the following list (Level - Decoding speed):

  • 1 - 380160
  • 1b - 380160
  • 1.1 - 76800
  • 1.2 - 1536000
  • 1.3 - 3041280
  • 2 - 3041280
  • 2.1 - 5068800
  • 2.2 - 5184000
  • 3 - 10368000
  • 3.1 - 27648000
  • 3.2 - 55296000
  • 4 - 62914560
  • 4.1 - 62914560
    public void setFrameRate(String frameRate) {
        this. = frameRate;
    }
    
    
The frames per second for the video stream in the output file. Valid values include:

auto, 10, 15, 23.97, 24, 25, 29.97, 30, 60

If you specify auto, Elastic Transcoder uses the detected frame rate of the input source. If you specify a frame rate, we recommend that you perform the following calculation:

Frame rate = maximum recommended decoding speed in luma samples/second / (width in pixels * height in pixels)

where:

  • width in pixels and height in pixels represent the Resolution of the output video.
  • maximum recommended decoding speed in Luma samples/second is less than or equal to the maximum value listed in the following table, based on the value that you specified for Level.

The maximum recommended decoding speed in Luma samples/second for each level is described in the following list (Level - Decoding speed):

  • 1 - 380160
  • 1b - 380160
  • 1.1 - 76800
  • 1.2 - 1536000
  • 1.3 - 3041280
  • 2 - 3041280
  • 2.1 - 5068800
  • 2.2 - 5184000
  • 3 - 10368000
  • 3.1 - 27648000
  • 3.2 - 55296000
  • 4 - 62914560
  • 4.1 - 62914560

Returns a reference to this object so that method calls can be chained together.

Constraints:
Pattern: (^auto$)|(^10$)|(^15$)|(^23.97$)|(^24$)|(^25$)|(^29.97$)|(^30$)|(^50$)|(^60$)

Parameters:
frameRate The frames per second for the video stream in the output file. Valid values include:

auto, 10, 15, 23.97, 24, 25, 29.97, 30, 60

If you specify auto, Elastic Transcoder uses the detected frame rate of the input source. If you specify a frame rate, we recommend that you perform the following calculation:

Frame rate = maximum recommended decoding speed in luma samples/second / (width in pixels * height in pixels)

where:

  • width in pixels and height in pixels represent the Resolution of the output video.
  • maximum recommended decoding speed in Luma samples/second is less than or equal to the maximum value listed in the following table, based on the value that you specified for Level.

The maximum recommended decoding speed in Luma samples/second for each level is described in the following list (Level - Decoding speed):

  • 1 - 380160
  • 1b - 380160
  • 1.1 - 76800
  • 1.2 - 1536000
  • 1.3 - 3041280
  • 2 - 3041280
  • 2.1 - 5068800
  • 2.2 - 5184000
  • 3 - 10368000
  • 3.1 - 27648000
  • 3.2 - 55296000
  • 4 - 62914560
  • 4.1 - 62914560
Returns:
A reference to this updated object so that method calls can be chained together.
    public VideoParameters withFrameRate(String frameRate) {
        this. = frameRate;
        return this;
    }

    
If you specify auto for FrameRate, Elastic Transcoder uses the frame rate of the input video for the frame rate of the output video. Specify the maximum frame rate that you want Elastic Transcoder to use when the frame rate of the input video is greater than the desired maximum frame rate of the output video. Valid values include: 10, 15, 23.97, 24, 25, 29.97, 30, 60.

Constraints:
Pattern: (^10$)|(^15$)|(^23.97$)|(^24$)|(^25$)|(^29.97$)|(^30$)|(^50$)|(^60$)

Returns:
If you specify auto for FrameRate, Elastic Transcoder uses the frame rate of the input video for the frame rate of the output video. Specify the maximum frame rate that you want Elastic Transcoder to use when the frame rate of the input video is greater than the desired maximum frame rate of the output video. Valid values include: 10, 15, 23.97, 24, 25, 29.97, 30, 60.
    public String getMaxFrameRate() {
        return ;
    }
    
    
If you specify auto for FrameRate, Elastic Transcoder uses the frame rate of the input video for the frame rate of the output video. Specify the maximum frame rate that you want Elastic Transcoder to use when the frame rate of the input video is greater than the desired maximum frame rate of the output video. Valid values include: 10, 15, 23.97, 24, 25, 29.97, 30, 60.

Constraints:
Pattern: (^10$)|(^15$)|(^23.97$)|(^24$)|(^25$)|(^29.97$)|(^30$)|(^50$)|(^60$)

Parameters:
maxFrameRate If you specify auto for FrameRate, Elastic Transcoder uses the frame rate of the input video for the frame rate of the output video. Specify the maximum frame rate that you want Elastic Transcoder to use when the frame rate of the input video is greater than the desired maximum frame rate of the output video. Valid values include: 10, 15, 23.97, 24, 25, 29.97, 30, 60.
    public void setMaxFrameRate(String maxFrameRate) {
        this. = maxFrameRate;
    }
    
    
If you specify auto for FrameRate, Elastic Transcoder uses the frame rate of the input video for the frame rate of the output video. Specify the maximum frame rate that you want Elastic Transcoder to use when the frame rate of the input video is greater than the desired maximum frame rate of the output video. Valid values include: 10, 15, 23.97, 24, 25, 29.97, 30, 60.

Returns a reference to this object so that method calls can be chained together.

Constraints:
Pattern: (^10$)|(^15$)|(^23.97$)|(^24$)|(^25$)|(^29.97$)|(^30$)|(^50$)|(^60$)

Parameters:
maxFrameRate If you specify auto for FrameRate, Elastic Transcoder uses the frame rate of the input video for the frame rate of the output video. Specify the maximum frame rate that you want Elastic Transcoder to use when the frame rate of the input video is greater than the desired maximum frame rate of the output video. Valid values include: 10, 15, 23.97, 24, 25, 29.97, 30, 60.
Returns:
A reference to this updated object so that method calls can be chained together.
    public VideoParameters withMaxFrameRate(String maxFrameRate) {
        this. = maxFrameRate;
        return this;
    }

    
<important>

To better control resolution and aspect ratio of output videos, we recommend that you use the values MaxWidth, MaxHeight, SizingPolicy, PaddingPolicy, and DisplayAspectRatio instead of Resolution and AspectRatio. The two groups of settings are mutually exclusive. Do not use them together. </important>

The width and height of the video in the output file, in pixels. Valid values are auto and width x height:

  • auto: Elastic Transcoder attempts to preserve the width and height of the input file, subject to the following rules.
  • width x height: The width and height of the output video in pixels.

Note the following about specifying the width and height:

  • The width must be an even integer between 128 and 4096, inclusive.
  • The height must be an even integer between 96 and 3072, inclusive.
  • If you specify a resolution that is less than the resolution of the input file, Elastic Transcoder rescales the output file to the lower resolution.
  • If you specify a resolution that is greater than the resolution of the input file, Elastic Transcoder rescales the output to the higher resolution.
  • We recommend that you specify a resolution for which the product of width and height is less than or equal to the applicable value in the following list (List - Max width x height value):
    • 1 - 25344
    • 1b - 25344
    • 1.1 - 101376
    • 1.2 - 101376
    • 1.3 - 101376
    • 2 - 101376
    • 2.1 - 202752
    • 2.2 - 404720
    • 3 - 404720
    • 3.1 - 921600
    • 3.2 - 1310720
    • 4 - 2097152
    • 4.1 - 2097152

Constraints:
Pattern: (^auto$)|(^\d{1,5}x\d{1,5}$)

Returns:
<important>

To better control resolution and aspect ratio of output videos, we recommend that you use the values MaxWidth, MaxHeight, SizingPolicy, PaddingPolicy, and DisplayAspectRatio instead of Resolution and AspectRatio. The two groups of settings are mutually exclusive. Do not use them together. </important>

The width and height of the video in the output file, in pixels. Valid values are auto and width x height:

  • auto: Elastic Transcoder attempts to preserve the width and height of the input file, subject to the following rules.
  • width x height: The width and height of the output video in pixels.

Note the following about specifying the width and height:

  • The width must be an even integer between 128 and 4096, inclusive.
  • The height must be an even integer between 96 and 3072, inclusive.
  • If you specify a resolution that is less than the resolution of the input file, Elastic Transcoder rescales the output file to the lower resolution.
  • If you specify a resolution that is greater than the resolution of the input file, Elastic Transcoder rescales the output to the higher resolution.
  • We recommend that you specify a resolution for which the product of width and height is less than or equal to the applicable value in the following list (List - Max width x height value):
    • 1 - 25344
    • 1b - 25344
    • 1.1 - 101376
    • 1.2 - 101376
    • 1.3 - 101376
    • 2 - 101376
    • 2.1 - 202752
    • 2.2 - 404720
    • 3 - 404720
    • 3.1 - 921600
    • 3.2 - 1310720
    • 4 - 2097152
    • 4.1 - 2097152
    public String getResolution() {
        return ;
    }
    
    
<important>

To better control resolution and aspect ratio of output videos, we recommend that you use the values MaxWidth, MaxHeight, SizingPolicy, PaddingPolicy, and DisplayAspectRatio instead of Resolution and AspectRatio. The two groups of settings are mutually exclusive. Do not use them together. </important>

The width and height of the video in the output file, in pixels. Valid values are auto and width x height:

  • auto: Elastic Transcoder attempts to preserve the width and height of the input file, subject to the following rules.
  • width x height: The width and height of the output video in pixels.

Note the following about specifying the width and height:

  • The width must be an even integer between 128 and 4096, inclusive.
  • The height must be an even integer between 96 and 3072, inclusive.
  • If you specify a resolution that is less than the resolution of the input file, Elastic Transcoder rescales the output file to the lower resolution.
  • If you specify a resolution that is greater than the resolution of the input file, Elastic Transcoder rescales the output to the higher resolution.
  • We recommend that you specify a resolution for which the product of width and height is less than or equal to the applicable value in the following list (List - Max width x height value):
    • 1 - 25344
    • 1b - 25344
    • 1.1 - 101376
    • 1.2 - 101376
    • 1.3 - 101376
    • 2 - 101376
    • 2.1 - 202752
    • 2.2 - 404720
    • 3 - 404720
    • 3.1 - 921600
    • 3.2 - 1310720
    • 4 - 2097152
    • 4.1 - 2097152

Constraints:
Pattern: (^auto$)|(^\d{1,5}x\d{1,5}$)

Parameters:
resolution <important>

To better control resolution and aspect ratio of output videos, we recommend that you use the values MaxWidth, MaxHeight, SizingPolicy, PaddingPolicy, and DisplayAspectRatio instead of Resolution and AspectRatio. The two groups of settings are mutually exclusive. Do not use them together. </important>

The width and height of the video in the output file, in pixels. Valid values are auto and width x height:

  • auto: Elastic Transcoder attempts to preserve the width and height of the input file, subject to the following rules.
  • width x height: The width and height of the output video in pixels.

Note the following about specifying the width and height:

  • The width must be an even integer between 128 and 4096, inclusive.
  • The height must be an even integer between 96 and 3072, inclusive.
  • If you specify a resolution that is less than the resolution of the input file, Elastic Transcoder rescales the output file to the lower resolution.
  • If you specify a resolution that is greater than the resolution of the input file, Elastic Transcoder rescales the output to the higher resolution.
  • We recommend that you specify a resolution for which the product of width and height is less than or equal to the applicable value in the following list (List - Max width x height value):
    • 1 - 25344
    • 1b - 25344
    • 1.1 - 101376
    • 1.2 - 101376
    • 1.3 - 101376
    • 2 - 101376
    • 2.1 - 202752
    • 2.2 - 404720
    • 3 - 404720
    • 3.1 - 921600
    • 3.2 - 1310720
    • 4 - 2097152
    • 4.1 - 2097152
    public void setResolution(String resolution) {
        this. = resolution;
    }
    
    
<important>

To better control resolution and aspect ratio of output videos, we recommend that you use the values MaxWidth, MaxHeight, SizingPolicy, PaddingPolicy, and DisplayAspectRatio instead of Resolution and AspectRatio. The two groups of settings are mutually exclusive. Do not use them together. </important>

The width and height of the video in the output file, in pixels. Valid values are auto and width x height:

  • auto: Elastic Transcoder attempts to preserve the width and height of the input file, subject to the following rules.
  • width x height: The width and height of the output video in pixels.

Note the following about specifying the width and height:

  • The width must be an even integer between 128 and 4096, inclusive.
  • The height must be an even integer between 96 and 3072, inclusive.
  • If you specify a resolution that is less than the resolution of the input file, Elastic Transcoder rescales the output file to the lower resolution.
  • If you specify a resolution that is greater than the resolution of the input file, Elastic Transcoder rescales the output to the higher resolution.
  • We recommend that you specify a resolution for which the product of width and height is less than or equal to the applicable value in the following list (List - Max width x height value):
    • 1 - 25344
    • 1b - 25344
    • 1.1 - 101376
    • 1.2 - 101376
    • 1.3 - 101376
    • 2 - 101376
    • 2.1 - 202752
    • 2.2 - 404720
    • 3 - 404720
    • 3.1 - 921600
    • 3.2 - 1310720
    • 4 - 2097152
    • 4.1 - 2097152

Returns a reference to this object so that method calls can be chained together.

Constraints:
Pattern: (^auto$)|(^\d{1,5}x\d{1,5}$)

Parameters:
resolution <important>

To better control resolution and aspect ratio of output videos, we recommend that you use the values MaxWidth, MaxHeight, SizingPolicy, PaddingPolicy, and DisplayAspectRatio instead of Resolution and AspectRatio. The two groups of settings are mutually exclusive. Do not use them together. </important>

The width and height of the video in the output file, in pixels. Valid values are auto and width x height:

  • auto: Elastic Transcoder attempts to preserve the width and height of the input file, subject to the following rules.
  • width x height: The width and height of the output video in pixels.

Note the following about specifying the width and height:

  • The width must be an even integer between 128 and 4096, inclusive.
  • The height must be an even integer between 96 and 3072, inclusive.
  • If you specify a resolution that is less than the resolution of the input file, Elastic Transcoder rescales the output file to the lower resolution.
  • If you specify a resolution that is greater than the resolution of the input file, Elastic Transcoder rescales the output to the higher resolution.
  • We recommend that you specify a resolution for which the product of width and height is less than or equal to the applicable value in the following list (List - Max width x height value):
    • 1 - 25344
    • 1b - 25344
    • 1.1 - 101376
    • 1.2 - 101376
    • 1.3 - 101376
    • 2 - 101376
    • 2.1 - 202752
    • 2.2 - 404720
    • 3 - 404720
    • 3.1 - 921600
    • 3.2 - 1310720
    • 4 - 2097152
    • 4.1 - 2097152
Returns:
A reference to this updated object so that method calls can be chained together.
    public VideoParameters withResolution(String resolution) {
        this. = resolution;
        return this;
    }

    
<important>

To better control resolution and aspect ratio of output videos, we recommend that you use the values MaxWidth, MaxHeight, SizingPolicy, PaddingPolicy, and DisplayAspectRatio instead of Resolution and AspectRatio. The two groups of settings are mutually exclusive. Do not use them together. </important>

The display aspect ratio of the video in the output file. Valid values include:

auto, 1:1, 4:3, 3:2, 16:9

If you specify auto, Elastic Transcoder tries to preserve the aspect ratio of the input file.

If you specify an aspect ratio for the output file that differs from aspect ratio of the input file, Elastic Transcoder adds pillarboxing (black bars on the sides) or letterboxing (black bars on the top and bottom) to maintain the aspect ratio of the active region of the video.

Constraints:
Pattern: (^auto$)|(^1:1$)|(^4:3$)|(^3:2$)|(^16:9$)

Returns:
<important>

To better control resolution and aspect ratio of output videos, we recommend that you use the values MaxWidth, MaxHeight, SizingPolicy, PaddingPolicy, and DisplayAspectRatio instead of Resolution and AspectRatio. The two groups of settings are mutually exclusive. Do not use them together. </important>

The display aspect ratio of the video in the output file. Valid values include:

auto, 1:1, 4:3, 3:2, 16:9

If you specify auto, Elastic Transcoder tries to preserve the aspect ratio of the input file.

If you specify an aspect ratio for the output file that differs from aspect ratio of the input file, Elastic Transcoder adds pillarboxing (black bars on the sides) or letterboxing (black bars on the top and bottom) to maintain the aspect ratio of the active region of the video.

    public String getAspectRatio() {
        return ;
    }
    
    
<important>

To better control resolution and aspect ratio of output videos, we recommend that you use the values MaxWidth, MaxHeight, SizingPolicy, PaddingPolicy, and DisplayAspectRatio instead of Resolution and AspectRatio. The two groups of settings are mutually exclusive. Do not use them together. </important>

The display aspect ratio of the video in the output file. Valid values include:

auto, 1:1, 4:3, 3:2, 16:9

If you specify auto, Elastic Transcoder tries to preserve the aspect ratio of the input file.

If you specify an aspect ratio for the output file that differs from aspect ratio of the input file, Elastic Transcoder adds pillarboxing (black bars on the sides) or letterboxing (black bars on the top and bottom) to maintain the aspect ratio of the active region of the video.

Constraints:
Pattern: (^auto$)|(^1:1$)|(^4:3$)|(^3:2$)|(^16:9$)

Parameters:
aspectRatio <important>

To better control resolution and aspect ratio of output videos, we recommend that you use the values MaxWidth, MaxHeight, SizingPolicy, PaddingPolicy, and DisplayAspectRatio instead of Resolution and AspectRatio. The two groups of settings are mutually exclusive. Do not use them together. </important>

The display aspect ratio of the video in the output file. Valid values include:

auto, 1:1, 4:3, 3:2, 16:9

If you specify auto, Elastic Transcoder tries to preserve the aspect ratio of the input file.

If you specify an aspect ratio for the output file that differs from aspect ratio of the input file, Elastic Transcoder adds pillarboxing (black bars on the sides) or letterboxing (black bars on the top and bottom) to maintain the aspect ratio of the active region of the video.

    public void setAspectRatio(String aspectRatio) {
        this. = aspectRatio;
    }
    
    
<important>

To better control resolution and aspect ratio of output videos, we recommend that you use the values MaxWidth, MaxHeight, SizingPolicy, PaddingPolicy, and DisplayAspectRatio instead of Resolution and AspectRatio. The two groups of settings are mutually exclusive. Do not use them together. </important>

The display aspect ratio of the video in the output file. Valid values include:

auto, 1:1, 4:3, 3:2, 16:9

If you specify auto, Elastic Transcoder tries to preserve the aspect ratio of the input file.

If you specify an aspect ratio for the output file that differs from aspect ratio of the input file, Elastic Transcoder adds pillarboxing (black bars on the sides) or letterboxing (black bars on the top and bottom) to maintain the aspect ratio of the active region of the video.

Returns a reference to this object so that method calls can be chained together.

Constraints:
Pattern: (^auto$)|(^1:1$)|(^4:3$)|(^3:2$)|(^16:9$)

Parameters:
aspectRatio <important>

To better control resolution and aspect ratio of output videos, we recommend that you use the values MaxWidth, MaxHeight, SizingPolicy, PaddingPolicy, and DisplayAspectRatio instead of Resolution and AspectRatio. The two groups of settings are mutually exclusive. Do not use them together. </important>

The display aspect ratio of the video in the output file. Valid values include:

auto, 1:1, 4:3, 3:2, 16:9

If you specify auto, Elastic Transcoder tries to preserve the aspect ratio of the input file.

If you specify an aspect ratio for the output file that differs from aspect ratio of the input file, Elastic Transcoder adds pillarboxing (black bars on the sides) or letterboxing (black bars on the top and bottom) to maintain the aspect ratio of the active region of the video.

Returns:
A reference to this updated object so that method calls can be chained together.
    public VideoParameters withAspectRatio(String aspectRatio) {
        this. = aspectRatio;
        return this;
    }

    
The maximum width of the output video in pixels. If you specify auto, Elastic Transcoder uses 1920 (Full HD) as the default value. If you specify a numeric value, enter an even integer between 128 and 4096.

Constraints:
Pattern: (^auto$)|(^\d{2,4}$)

Returns:
The maximum width of the output video in pixels. If you specify auto, Elastic Transcoder uses 1920 (Full HD) as the default value. If you specify a numeric value, enter an even integer between 128 and 4096.
    public String getMaxWidth() {
        return ;
    }
    
    
The maximum width of the output video in pixels. If you specify auto, Elastic Transcoder uses 1920 (Full HD) as the default value. If you specify a numeric value, enter an even integer between 128 and 4096.

Constraints:
Pattern: (^auto$)|(^\d{2,4}$)

Parameters:
maxWidth The maximum width of the output video in pixels. If you specify auto, Elastic Transcoder uses 1920 (Full HD) as the default value. If you specify a numeric value, enter an even integer between 128 and 4096.
    public void setMaxWidth(String maxWidth) {
        this. = maxWidth;
    }
    
    
The maximum width of the output video in pixels. If you specify auto, Elastic Transcoder uses 1920 (Full HD) as the default value. If you specify a numeric value, enter an even integer between 128 and 4096.

Returns a reference to this object so that method calls can be chained together.

Constraints:
Pattern: (^auto$)|(^\d{2,4}$)

Parameters:
maxWidth The maximum width of the output video in pixels. If you specify auto, Elastic Transcoder uses 1920 (Full HD) as the default value. If you specify a numeric value, enter an even integer between 128 and 4096.
Returns:
A reference to this updated object so that method calls can be chained together.
    public VideoParameters withMaxWidth(String maxWidth) {
        this. = maxWidth;
        return this;
    }

    
The maximum height of the output video in pixels. If you specify auto, Elastic Transcoder uses 1080 (Full HD) as the default value. If you specify a numeric value, enter an even integer between 96 and 3072.

Constraints:
Pattern: (^auto$)|(^\d{2,4}$)

Returns:
The maximum height of the output video in pixels. If you specify auto, Elastic Transcoder uses 1080 (Full HD) as the default value. If you specify a numeric value, enter an even integer between 96 and 3072.
    public String getMaxHeight() {
        return ;
    }
    
    
The maximum height of the output video in pixels. If you specify auto, Elastic Transcoder uses 1080 (Full HD) as the default value. If you specify a numeric value, enter an even integer between 96 and 3072.

Constraints:
Pattern: (^auto$)|(^\d{2,4}$)

Parameters:
maxHeight The maximum height of the output video in pixels. If you specify auto, Elastic Transcoder uses 1080 (Full HD) as the default value. If you specify a numeric value, enter an even integer between 96 and 3072.
    public void setMaxHeight(String maxHeight) {
        this. = maxHeight;
    }
    
    
The maximum height of the output video in pixels. If you specify auto, Elastic Transcoder uses 1080 (Full HD) as the default value. If you specify a numeric value, enter an even integer between 96 and 3072.

Returns a reference to this object so that method calls can be chained together.

Constraints:
Pattern: (^auto$)|(^\d{2,4}$)

Parameters:
maxHeight The maximum height of the output video in pixels. If you specify auto, Elastic Transcoder uses 1080 (Full HD) as the default value. If you specify a numeric value, enter an even integer between 96 and 3072.
Returns:
A reference to this updated object so that method calls can be chained together.
    public VideoParameters withMaxHeight(String maxHeight) {
        this. = maxHeight;
        return this;
    }

    
The value that Elastic Transcoder adds to the metadata in the output file.

Constraints:
Pattern: (^auto$)|(^1:1$)|(^4:3$)|(^3:2$)|(^16:9$)

Returns:
The value that Elastic Transcoder adds to the metadata in the output file.
    public String getDisplayAspectRatio() {
        return ;
    }
    
    
The value that Elastic Transcoder adds to the metadata in the output file.

Constraints:
Pattern: (^auto$)|(^1:1$)|(^4:3$)|(^3:2$)|(^16:9$)

Parameters:
displayAspectRatio The value that Elastic Transcoder adds to the metadata in the output file.
    public void setDisplayAspectRatio(String displayAspectRatio) {
        this. = displayAspectRatio;
    }
    
    
The value that Elastic Transcoder adds to the metadata in the output file.

Returns a reference to this object so that method calls can be chained together.

Constraints:
Pattern: (^auto$)|(^1:1$)|(^4:3$)|(^3:2$)|(^16:9$)

Parameters:
displayAspectRatio The value that Elastic Transcoder adds to the metadata in the output file.
Returns:
A reference to this updated object so that method calls can be chained together.
    public VideoParameters withDisplayAspectRatio(String displayAspectRatio) {
        this. = displayAspectRatio;
        return this;
    }

    
Specify one of the following values to control scaling of the output video:

  • Fit: Elastic Transcoder scales the output video so it matches the value that you specified in either MaxWidth or MaxHeight without exceeding the other value.
  • Fill: Elastic Transcoder scales the output video so it matches the value that you specified in either MaxWidth or MaxHeight and matches or exceeds the other value. Elastic Transcoder centers the output video and then crops it in the dimension (if any) that exceeds the maximum value.
  • Stretch: Elastic Transcoder stretches the output video to match the values that you specified for MaxWidth and MaxHeight. If the relative proportions of the input video and the output video are different, the output video will be distorted.
  • Keep: Elastic Transcoder does not scale the output video. If either dimension of the input video exceeds the values that you specified for MaxWidth and MaxHeight, Elastic Transcoder crops the output video.
  • ShrinkToFit: Elastic Transcoder scales the output video down so that its dimensions match the values that you specified for at least one of MaxWidth and MaxHeight without exceeding either value. If you specify this option, Elastic Transcoder does not scale the video up.
  • ShrinkToFill: Elastic Transcoder scales the output video down so that its dimensions match the values that you specified for at least one of MaxWidth and MaxHeight without dropping below either value. If you specify this option, Elastic Transcoder does not scale the video up.

Constraints:
Pattern: (^Fit$)|(^Fill$)|(^Stretch$)|(^Keep$)|(^ShrinkToFit$)|(^ShrinkToFill$)

Returns:
Specify one of the following values to control scaling of the output video:

  • Fit: Elastic Transcoder scales the output video so it matches the value that you specified in either MaxWidth or MaxHeight without exceeding the other value.
  • Fill: Elastic Transcoder scales the output video so it matches the value that you specified in either MaxWidth or MaxHeight and matches or exceeds the other value. Elastic Transcoder centers the output video and then crops it in the dimension (if any) that exceeds the maximum value.
  • Stretch: Elastic Transcoder stretches the output video to match the values that you specified for MaxWidth and MaxHeight. If the relative proportions of the input video and the output video are different, the output video will be distorted.
  • Keep: Elastic Transcoder does not scale the output video. If either dimension of the input video exceeds the values that you specified for MaxWidth and MaxHeight, Elastic Transcoder crops the output video.
  • ShrinkToFit: Elastic Transcoder scales the output video down so that its dimensions match the values that you specified for at least one of MaxWidth and MaxHeight without exceeding either value. If you specify this option, Elastic Transcoder does not scale the video up.
  • ShrinkToFill: Elastic Transcoder scales the output video down so that its dimensions match the values that you specified for at least one of MaxWidth and MaxHeight without dropping below either value. If you specify this option, Elastic Transcoder does not scale the video up.
    public String getSizingPolicy() {
        return ;
    }
    
    
Specify one of the following values to control scaling of the output video:

  • Fit: Elastic Transcoder scales the output video so it matches the value that you specified in either MaxWidth or MaxHeight without exceeding the other value.
  • Fill: Elastic Transcoder scales the output video so it matches the value that you specified in either MaxWidth or MaxHeight and matches or exceeds the other value. Elastic Transcoder centers the output video and then crops it in the dimension (if any) that exceeds the maximum value.
  • Stretch: Elastic Transcoder stretches the output video to match the values that you specified for MaxWidth and MaxHeight. If the relative proportions of the input video and the output video are different, the output video will be distorted.
  • Keep: Elastic Transcoder does not scale the output video. If either dimension of the input video exceeds the values that you specified for MaxWidth and MaxHeight, Elastic Transcoder crops the output video.
  • ShrinkToFit: Elastic Transcoder scales the output video down so that its dimensions match the values that you specified for at least one of MaxWidth and MaxHeight without exceeding either value. If you specify this option, Elastic Transcoder does not scale the video up.
  • ShrinkToFill: Elastic Transcoder scales the output video down so that its dimensions match the values that you specified for at least one of MaxWidth and MaxHeight without dropping below either value. If you specify this option, Elastic Transcoder does not scale the video up.

Constraints:
Pattern: (^Fit$)|(^Fill$)|(^Stretch$)|(^Keep$)|(^ShrinkToFit$)|(^ShrinkToFill$)

Parameters:
sizingPolicy Specify one of the following values to control scaling of the output video:

  • Fit: Elastic Transcoder scales the output video so it matches the value that you specified in either MaxWidth or MaxHeight without exceeding the other value.
  • Fill: Elastic Transcoder scales the output video so it matches the value that you specified in either MaxWidth or MaxHeight and matches or exceeds the other value. Elastic Transcoder centers the output video and then crops it in the dimension (if any) that exceeds the maximum value.
  • Stretch: Elastic Transcoder stretches the output video to match the values that you specified for MaxWidth and MaxHeight. If the relative proportions of the input video and the output video are different, the output video will be distorted.
  • Keep: Elastic Transcoder does not scale the output video. If either dimension of the input video exceeds the values that you specified for MaxWidth and MaxHeight, Elastic Transcoder crops the output video.
  • ShrinkToFit: Elastic Transcoder scales the output video down so that its dimensions match the values that you specified for at least one of MaxWidth and MaxHeight without exceeding either value. If you specify this option, Elastic Transcoder does not scale the video up.
  • ShrinkToFill: Elastic Transcoder scales the output video down so that its dimensions match the values that you specified for at least one of MaxWidth and MaxHeight without dropping below either value. If you specify this option, Elastic Transcoder does not scale the video up.
    public void setSizingPolicy(String sizingPolicy) {
        this. = sizingPolicy;
    }
    
    
Specify one of the following values to control scaling of the output video:

  • Fit: Elastic Transcoder scales the output video so it matches the value that you specified in either MaxWidth or MaxHeight without exceeding the other value.
  • Fill: Elastic Transcoder scales the output video so it matches the value that you specified in either MaxWidth or MaxHeight and matches or exceeds the other value. Elastic Transcoder centers the output video and then crops it in the dimension (if any) that exceeds the maximum value.
  • Stretch: Elastic Transcoder stretches the output video to match the values that you specified for MaxWidth and MaxHeight. If the relative proportions of the input video and the output video are different, the output video will be distorted.
  • Keep: Elastic Transcoder does not scale the output video. If either dimension of the input video exceeds the values that you specified for MaxWidth and MaxHeight, Elastic Transcoder crops the output video.
  • ShrinkToFit: Elastic Transcoder scales the output video down so that its dimensions match the values that you specified for at least one of MaxWidth and MaxHeight without exceeding either value. If you specify this option, Elastic Transcoder does not scale the video up.
  • ShrinkToFill: Elastic Transcoder scales the output video down so that its dimensions match the values that you specified for at least one of MaxWidth and MaxHeight without dropping below either value. If you specify this option, Elastic Transcoder does not scale the video up.

Returns a reference to this object so that method calls can be chained together.

Constraints:
Pattern: (^Fit$)|(^Fill$)|(^Stretch$)|(^Keep$)|(^ShrinkToFit$)|(^ShrinkToFill$)

Parameters:
sizingPolicy Specify one of the following values to control scaling of the output video:

  • Fit: Elastic Transcoder scales the output video so it matches the value that you specified in either MaxWidth or MaxHeight without exceeding the other value.
  • Fill: Elastic Transcoder scales the output video so it matches the value that you specified in either MaxWidth or MaxHeight and matches or exceeds the other value. Elastic Transcoder centers the output video and then crops it in the dimension (if any) that exceeds the maximum value.
  • Stretch: Elastic Transcoder stretches the output video to match the values that you specified for MaxWidth and MaxHeight. If the relative proportions of the input video and the output video are different, the output video will be distorted.
  • Keep: Elastic Transcoder does not scale the output video. If either dimension of the input video exceeds the values that you specified for MaxWidth and MaxHeight, Elastic Transcoder crops the output video.
  • ShrinkToFit: Elastic Transcoder scales the output video down so that its dimensions match the values that you specified for at least one of MaxWidth and MaxHeight without exceeding either value. If you specify this option, Elastic Transcoder does not scale the video up.
  • ShrinkToFill: Elastic Transcoder scales the output video down so that its dimensions match the values that you specified for at least one of MaxWidth and MaxHeight without dropping below either value. If you specify this option, Elastic Transcoder does not scale the video up.
Returns:
A reference to this updated object so that method calls can be chained together.
    public VideoParameters withSizingPolicy(String sizingPolicy) {
        this. = sizingPolicy;
        return this;
    }

    
When you set PaddingPolicy to Pad, Elastic Transcoder may add black bars to the top and bottom and/or left and right sides of the output video to make the total size of the output video match the values that you specified for MaxWidth and MaxHeight.

Constraints:
Pattern: (^Pad$)|(^NoPad$)

Returns:
When you set PaddingPolicy to Pad, Elastic Transcoder may add black bars to the top and bottom and/or left and right sides of the output video to make the total size of the output video match the values that you specified for MaxWidth and MaxHeight.
    public String getPaddingPolicy() {
        return ;
    }
    
    
When you set PaddingPolicy to Pad, Elastic Transcoder may add black bars to the top and bottom and/or left and right sides of the output video to make the total size of the output video match the values that you specified for MaxWidth and MaxHeight.

Constraints:
Pattern: (^Pad$)|(^NoPad$)

Parameters:
paddingPolicy When you set PaddingPolicy to Pad, Elastic Transcoder may add black bars to the top and bottom and/or left and right sides of the output video to make the total size of the output video match the values that you specified for MaxWidth and MaxHeight.
    public void setPaddingPolicy(String paddingPolicy) {
        this. = paddingPolicy;
    }
    
    
When you set PaddingPolicy to Pad, Elastic Transcoder may add black bars to the top and bottom and/or left and right sides of the output video to make the total size of the output video match the values that you specified for MaxWidth and MaxHeight.

Returns a reference to this object so that method calls can be chained together.

Constraints:
Pattern: (^Pad$)|(^NoPad$)

Parameters:
paddingPolicy When you set PaddingPolicy to Pad, Elastic Transcoder may add black bars to the top and bottom and/or left and right sides of the output video to make the total size of the output video match the values that you specified for MaxWidth and MaxHeight.
Returns:
A reference to this updated object so that method calls can be chained together.
    public VideoParameters withPaddingPolicy(String paddingPolicy) {
        this. = paddingPolicy;
        return this;
    }

    
Settings for the size, location, and opacity of graphics that you want Elastic Transcoder to overlay over videos that are transcoded using this preset. You can specify settings for up to four watermarks. Watermarks appear in the specified size and location, and with the specified opacity for the duration of the transcoded video.

Watermarks can be in .png or .jpg format. If you want to display a watermark that is not rectangular, use the .png format, which supports transparency.

When you create a job that uses this preset, you specify the .png or .jpg graphics that you want Elastic Transcoder to include in the transcoded videos. You can specify fewer graphics in the job than you specify watermark settings in the preset, which allows you to use the same preset for up to four watermarks that have different dimensions.

Returns:
Settings for the size, location, and opacity of graphics that you want Elastic Transcoder to overlay over videos that are transcoded using this preset. You can specify settings for up to four watermarks. Watermarks appear in the specified size and location, and with the specified opacity for the duration of the transcoded video.

Watermarks can be in .png or .jpg format. If you want to display a watermark that is not rectangular, use the .png format, which supports transparency.

When you create a job that uses this preset, you specify the .png or .jpg graphics that you want Elastic Transcoder to include in the transcoded videos. You can specify fewer graphics in the job than you specify watermark settings in the preset, which allows you to use the same preset for up to four watermarks that have different dimensions.

        if ( == null) {
              .setAutoConstruct(true);
        }
        return ;
    }
    
    
Settings for the size, location, and opacity of graphics that you want Elastic Transcoder to overlay over videos that are transcoded using this preset. You can specify settings for up to four watermarks. Watermarks appear in the specified size and location, and with the specified opacity for the duration of the transcoded video.

Watermarks can be in .png or .jpg format. If you want to display a watermark that is not rectangular, use the .png format, which supports transparency.

When you create a job that uses this preset, you specify the .png or .jpg graphics that you want Elastic Transcoder to include in the transcoded videos. You can specify fewer graphics in the job than you specify watermark settings in the preset, which allows you to use the same preset for up to four watermarks that have different dimensions.

Parameters:
watermarks Settings for the size, location, and opacity of graphics that you want Elastic Transcoder to overlay over videos that are transcoded using this preset. You can specify settings for up to four watermarks. Watermarks appear in the specified size and location, and with the specified opacity for the duration of the transcoded video.

Watermarks can be in .png or .jpg format. If you want to display a watermark that is not rectangular, use the .png format, which supports transparency.

When you create a job that uses this preset, you specify the .png or .jpg graphics that you want Elastic Transcoder to include in the transcoded videos. You can specify fewer graphics in the job than you specify watermark settings in the preset, which allows you to use the same preset for up to four watermarks that have different dimensions.

    public void setWatermarks(java.util.Collection<PresetWatermarkwatermarks) {
        if (watermarks == null) {
            this. = null;
            return;
        }
        watermarksCopy.addAll(watermarks);
        this. = watermarksCopy;
    }
    
    
Settings for the size, location, and opacity of graphics that you want Elastic Transcoder to overlay over videos that are transcoded using this preset. You can specify settings for up to four watermarks. Watermarks appear in the specified size and location, and with the specified opacity for the duration of the transcoded video.

Watermarks can be in .png or .jpg format. If you want to display a watermark that is not rectangular, use the .png format, which supports transparency.

When you create a job that uses this preset, you specify the .png or .jpg graphics that you want Elastic Transcoder to include in the transcoded videos. You can specify fewer graphics in the job than you specify watermark settings in the preset, which allows you to use the same preset for up to four watermarks that have different dimensions.

NOTE: This method appends the values to the existing list (if any). Use setWatermarks(java.util.Collection) or withWatermarks(java.util.Collection) if you want to override the existing values.

Returns a reference to this object so that method calls can be chained together.

Parameters:
watermarks Settings for the size, location, and opacity of graphics that you want Elastic Transcoder to overlay over videos that are transcoded using this preset. You can specify settings for up to four watermarks. Watermarks appear in the specified size and location, and with the specified opacity for the duration of the transcoded video.

Watermarks can be in .png or .jpg format. If you want to display a watermark that is not rectangular, use the .png format, which supports transparency.

When you create a job that uses this preset, you specify the .png or .jpg graphics that you want Elastic Transcoder to include in the transcoded videos. You can specify fewer graphics in the job than you specify watermark settings in the preset, which allows you to use the same preset for up to four watermarks that have different dimensions.

Returns:
A reference to this updated object so that method calls can be chained together.
    public VideoParameters withWatermarks(PresetWatermark... watermarks) {
        if (getWatermarks() == nullsetWatermarks(new java.util.ArrayList<PresetWatermark>(watermarks.length));
        for (PresetWatermark value : watermarks) {
            getWatermarks().add(value);
        }
        return this;
    }
    
    
Settings for the size, location, and opacity of graphics that you want Elastic Transcoder to overlay over videos that are transcoded using this preset. You can specify settings for up to four watermarks. Watermarks appear in the specified size and location, and with the specified opacity for the duration of the transcoded video.

Watermarks can be in .png or .jpg format. If you want to display a watermark that is not rectangular, use the .png format, which supports transparency.

When you create a job that uses this preset, you specify the .png or .jpg graphics that you want Elastic Transcoder to include in the transcoded videos. You can specify fewer graphics in the job than you specify watermark settings in the preset, which allows you to use the same preset for up to four watermarks that have different dimensions.

Returns a reference to this object so that method calls can be chained together.

Parameters:
watermarks Settings for the size, location, and opacity of graphics that you want Elastic Transcoder to overlay over videos that are transcoded using this preset. You can specify settings for up to four watermarks. Watermarks appear in the specified size and location, and with the specified opacity for the duration of the transcoded video.

Watermarks can be in .png or .jpg format. If you want to display a watermark that is not rectangular, use the .png format, which supports transparency.

When you create a job that uses this preset, you specify the .png or .jpg graphics that you want Elastic Transcoder to include in the transcoded videos. You can specify fewer graphics in the job than you specify watermark settings in the preset, which allows you to use the same preset for up to four watermarks that have different dimensions.

Returns:
A reference to this updated object so that method calls can be chained together.
        if (watermarks == null) {
            this. = null;
        } else {
            watermarksCopy.addAll(watermarks);
            this. = watermarksCopy;
        }
        return this;
    }

    
Returns a string representation of this object; useful for testing and debugging.

Returns:
A string representation of this object.
See also:
java.lang.Object.toString()
    @Override
    public String toString() {
        StringBuilder sb = new StringBuilder();
        sb.append("{");
        if (getCodec() != nullsb.append("Codec: " + getCodec() + ",");
        if (getCodecOptions() != nullsb.append("CodecOptions: " + getCodecOptions() + ",");
        if (getKeyframesMaxDist() != nullsb.append("KeyframesMaxDist: " + getKeyframesMaxDist() + ",");
        if (getFixedGOP() != nullsb.append("FixedGOP: " + getFixedGOP() + ",");
        if (getBitRate() != nullsb.append("BitRate: " + getBitRate() + ",");
        if (getFrameRate() != nullsb.append("FrameRate: " + getFrameRate() + ",");
        if (getMaxFrameRate() != nullsb.append("MaxFrameRate: " + getMaxFrameRate() + ",");
        if (getResolution() != nullsb.append("Resolution: " + getResolution() + ",");
        if (getAspectRatio() != nullsb.append("AspectRatio: " + getAspectRatio() + ",");
        if (getMaxWidth() != nullsb.append("MaxWidth: " + getMaxWidth() + ",");
        if (getMaxHeight() != nullsb.append("MaxHeight: " + getMaxHeight() + ",");
        if (getDisplayAspectRatio() != nullsb.append("DisplayAspectRatio: " + getDisplayAspectRatio() + ",");
        if (getSizingPolicy() != nullsb.append("SizingPolicy: " + getSizingPolicy() + ",");
        if (getPaddingPolicy() != nullsb.append("PaddingPolicy: " + getPaddingPolicy() + ",");
        if (getWatermarks() != nullsb.append("Watermarks: " + getWatermarks() );
        sb.append("}");
        return sb.toString();
    }
    
    @Override
    public int hashCode() {
        final int prime = 31;
        int hashCode = 1;
        
        hashCode = prime * hashCode + ((getCodec() == null) ? 0 : getCodec().hashCode()); 
        hashCode = prime * hashCode + ((getCodecOptions() == null) ? 0 : getCodecOptions().hashCode()); 
        hashCode = prime * hashCode + ((getKeyframesMaxDist() == null) ? 0 : getKeyframesMaxDist().hashCode()); 
        hashCode = prime * hashCode + ((getFixedGOP() == null) ? 0 : getFixedGOP().hashCode()); 
        hashCode = prime * hashCode + ((getBitRate() == null) ? 0 : getBitRate().hashCode()); 
        hashCode = prime * hashCode + ((getFrameRate() == null) ? 0 : getFrameRate().hashCode()); 
        hashCode = prime * hashCode + ((getMaxFrameRate() == null) ? 0 : getMaxFrameRate().hashCode()); 
        hashCode = prime * hashCode + ((getResolution() == null) ? 0 : getResolution().hashCode()); 
        hashCode = prime * hashCode + ((getAspectRatio() == null) ? 0 : getAspectRatio().hashCode()); 
        hashCode = prime * hashCode + ((getMaxWidth() == null) ? 0 : getMaxWidth().hashCode()); 
        hashCode = prime * hashCode + ((getMaxHeight() == null) ? 0 : getMaxHeight().hashCode()); 
        hashCode = prime * hashCode + ((getDisplayAspectRatio() == null) ? 0 : getDisplayAspectRatio().hashCode()); 
        hashCode = prime * hashCode + ((getSizingPolicy() == null) ? 0 : getSizingPolicy().hashCode()); 
        hashCode = prime * hashCode + ((getPaddingPolicy() == null) ? 0 : getPaddingPolicy().hashCode()); 
        hashCode = prime * hashCode + ((getWatermarks() == null) ? 0 : getWatermarks().hashCode()); 
        return hashCode;
    }
    
    @Override
    public boolean equals(Object obj) {
        if (this == objreturn true;
        if (obj == nullreturn false;
        if (obj instanceof VideoParameters == falsereturn false;
        VideoParameters other = (VideoParameters)obj;
        
        if (other.getCodec() == null ^ this.getCodec() == nullreturn false;
        if (other.getCodec() != null && other.getCodec().equals(this.getCodec()) == falsereturn false
        if (other.getCodecOptions() == null ^ this.getCodecOptions() == nullreturn false;
        if (other.getCodecOptions() != null && other.getCodecOptions().equals(this.getCodecOptions()) == falsereturn false
        if (other.getKeyframesMaxDist() == null ^ this.getKeyframesMaxDist() == nullreturn false;
        if (other.getKeyframesMaxDist() != null && other.getKeyframesMaxDist().equals(this.getKeyframesMaxDist()) == falsereturn false
        if (other.getFixedGOP() == null ^ this.getFixedGOP() == nullreturn false;
        if (other.getFixedGOP() != null && other.getFixedGOP().equals(this.getFixedGOP()) == falsereturn false
        if (other.getBitRate() == null ^ this.getBitRate() == nullreturn false;
        if (other.getBitRate() != null && other.getBitRate().equals(this.getBitRate()) == falsereturn false
        if (other.getFrameRate() == null ^ this.getFrameRate() == nullreturn false;
        if (other.getFrameRate() != null && other.getFrameRate().equals(this.getFrameRate()) == falsereturn false
        if (other.getMaxFrameRate() == null ^ this.getMaxFrameRate() == nullreturn false;
        if (other.getMaxFrameRate() != null && other.getMaxFrameRate().equals(this.getMaxFrameRate()) == falsereturn false
        if (other.getResolution() == null ^ this.getResolution() == nullreturn false;
        if (other.getResolution() != null && other.getResolution().equals(this.getResolution()) == falsereturn false
        if (other.getAspectRatio() == null ^ this.getAspectRatio() == nullreturn false;
        if (other.getAspectRatio() != null && other.getAspectRatio().equals(this.getAspectRatio()) == falsereturn false
        if (other.getMaxWidth() == null ^ this.getMaxWidth() == nullreturn false;
        if (other.getMaxWidth() != null && other.getMaxWidth().equals(this.getMaxWidth()) == falsereturn false
        if (other.getMaxHeight() == null ^ this.getMaxHeight() == nullreturn false;
        if (other.getMaxHeight() != null && other.getMaxHeight().equals(this.getMaxHeight()) == falsereturn false
        if (other.getDisplayAspectRatio() == null ^ this.getDisplayAspectRatio() == nullreturn false;
        if (other.getDisplayAspectRatio() != null && other.getDisplayAspectRatio().equals(this.getDisplayAspectRatio()) == falsereturn false
        if (other.getSizingPolicy() == null ^ this.getSizingPolicy() == nullreturn false;
        if (other.getSizingPolicy() != null && other.getSizingPolicy().equals(this.getSizingPolicy()) == falsereturn false
        if (other.getPaddingPolicy() == null ^ this.getPaddingPolicy() == nullreturn false;
        if (other.getPaddingPolicy() != null && other.getPaddingPolicy().equals(this.getPaddingPolicy()) == falsereturn false
        if (other.getWatermarks() == null ^ this.getWatermarks() == nullreturn false;
        if (other.getWatermarks() != null && other.getWatermarks().equals(this.getWatermarks()) == falsereturn false
        return true;
    }
    
    @Override
    public VideoParameters clone() {
        try {
            return (VideoParameterssuper.clone();
        
        } catch (CloneNotSupportedException e) {
            throw new IllegalStateException(
                    "Got a CloneNotSupportedException from Object.clone() "
                    + "even though we're Cloneable!",
                    e);
        }
        
    }
}
    
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