Interface Overlay.AnimationStaticOrBuilder

public static interface Overlay.AnimationStaticOrBuilder extends MessageOrBuilder

Implements

MessageOrBuilder

Methods

getStartTimeOffset()

public abstract Duration getStartTimeOffset()

The time to start displaying the overlay object, in seconds. Default: 0

.google.protobuf.Duration start_time_offset = 2;

Returns
TypeDescription
Duration

The startTimeOffset.

getStartTimeOffsetOrBuilder()

public abstract DurationOrBuilder getStartTimeOffsetOrBuilder()

The time to start displaying the overlay object, in seconds. Default: 0

.google.protobuf.Duration start_time_offset = 2;

Returns
TypeDescription
DurationOrBuilder

getXy()

public abstract Overlay.NormalizedCoordinate getXy()

Normalized coordinates based on output video resolution. Valid values: 0.0\u20131.0. xy is the upper-left coordinate of the overlay object. For example, use the x and y coordinates {0,0} to position the top-left corner of the overlay animation in the top-left corner of the output video.

.google.cloud.video.transcoder.v1.Overlay.NormalizedCoordinate xy = 1;

Returns
TypeDescription
Overlay.NormalizedCoordinate

The xy.

getXyOrBuilder()

public abstract Overlay.NormalizedCoordinateOrBuilder getXyOrBuilder()

Normalized coordinates based on output video resolution. Valid values: 0.0\u20131.0. xy is the upper-left coordinate of the overlay object. For example, use the x and y coordinates {0,0} to position the top-left corner of the overlay animation in the top-left corner of the output video.

.google.cloud.video.transcoder.v1.Overlay.NormalizedCoordinate xy = 1;

Returns
TypeDescription
Overlay.NormalizedCoordinateOrBuilder

hasStartTimeOffset()

public abstract boolean hasStartTimeOffset()

The time to start displaying the overlay object, in seconds. Default: 0

.google.protobuf.Duration start_time_offset = 2;

Returns
TypeDescription
boolean

Whether the startTimeOffset field is set.

hasXy()

public abstract boolean hasXy()

Normalized coordinates based on output video resolution. Valid values: 0.0\u20131.0. xy is the upper-left coordinate of the overlay object. For example, use the x and y coordinates {0,0} to position the top-left corner of the overlay animation in the top-left corner of the output video.

.google.cloud.video.transcoder.v1.Overlay.NormalizedCoordinate xy = 1;

Returns
TypeDescription
boolean

Whether the xy field is set.