FFmpeg::Stream is an audio or video stream from a (multi)media file. SYNOPSIS $ff = FFmpeg->new(); #see FFmpeg
FFmpeg::Stream is an audio or video stream from a (multi)media file.
$ff = FFmpeg->new(); #see FFmpeg
$sg = $ff->create_streamgroup(); #see FFmpeg
$st = ($sg->streams()); #this is a FFmpeg::Stream
FFmpeg::Stream objects are not instantiated. Rather, objects are instantiated from FFmpeg::Stream's subclasses FFmpeg::Stream::Video for video streams, FFmpeg::Stream::Audio for audio streams, and FFmpeg::Stream::Data for streams containing neither audio nor video data. Streams identified in the file whose content type cannot be determined are represented by FFmpeg::Stream::Unknown objects.
Access FFmpeg::Stream objects using methods in FFmpeg::StreamGroup. See FFmpeg::StreamGroup for more information.
This class has attributes applicable to any stream type in a multimedia stream, or stream group. FFmpeg-Perl represents multimedia stream group information in a FFmpeg::StreamGroup object, which is a composite of FFmpeg::Stream objects.
FFmpeg::Stream objects don't do much. They just keep track of the media stream's ID within the multimedia stream group, and hold an instance to a FFmpeg::Codec object if the codec of the stream was deducible. See FFmpeg::Codec for more information about how codecs are represented.
tags ffmpeg stream stream objects see ffmpeg ffmpeg streamgroup multimedia stream stream group more information ffmpeg codec are represented streamgroup see objects are for more
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