The following operators can be applied to a
|object||Converts the stream from interlaced to progressive frames.|
|object||Removes pixels from an input stream.|
|object||Resizes an input stream relative to the output stream dimensions.|
|object||Positions an input stream relative to the output stream dimensions.|
|object||Rotates an input stream.|
|object||Sets the opacity of an input stream.|
|array||Lists the input streams overlaid onto an output stream.|
method used to deinterlace a
|Combines both fields into a frame (60i to 30p).|
|Blends both fields after vertical interpolation to frame height (60i to 30p).|
|Inverse telecine (60i to 24p).|
|Interpolates both fields (60i to 60p).|
|Weston three field algorithm (60i to 30p).|
Removes pixels from the
right edges of the stored image.
video stream relative to the target image dimensions.
|number||Horizontal scaling factor. A value of 1.0 represents 100% of the target image width.|
|number||Vertical scaling factor. A value of 1.0 represents 100% of the target image height.|
|enum||Resizing interpolator: |
mode specifies the method used to scale the source image to the target image dimensions.
|Resizes to the target dimensions ignoring the source aspect ratio.|
|Preserves the source image aspect ratio by cropping pixels outside the target dimensions.|
|Preserves the source image aspect ratio by masking any unfilled target pixels.|
video stream by the specified angle in degrees.
video stream relative to the target image dimension.
|number||Horizontal translation factor. A value of 1.0 represents 100% of the target image width.|
|number||Vertical translation factor. A value of 1.0 represents 100% of the target image height.|
Sets the normalized opacity of a
video stream. A value of 1.0 represents 100% opacity.
video streams. Each element of the array supports the following properties:
|string||Identifies the input stream.|
|object||Input stream configuration properties.|
|array||List of filters applied to the input stream.|
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