Class CfnChannel.VideoSelectorProperty.Jsii$Proxy

All Implemented Interfaces:
Enclosing interface:

@Stability(Stable) @Internal public static final class CfnChannel.VideoSelectorProperty.Jsii$Proxy extends implements CfnChannel.VideoSelectorProperty
An implementation for CfnChannel.VideoSelectorProperty
  • Constructor Details

    • Jsii$Proxy

      protected Jsii$Proxy( objRef)
      Constructor that initializes the object based on values retrieved from the JsiiObject.
      objRef - Reference to the JSII managed object.
    • Jsii$Proxy

      protected Jsii$Proxy(CfnChannel.VideoSelectorProperty.Builder builder)
      Constructor that initializes the object based on literal property values passed by the CfnChannel.VideoSelectorProperty.Builder.
  • Method Details

    • getColorSpace

      public final String getColorSpace()
      Description copied from interface: CfnChannel.VideoSelectorProperty
      Specifies the color space of an input.

      This setting works in tandem with colorSpaceConversion to determine if MediaLive will perform any conversion.

      Specified by:
      getColorSpace in interface CfnChannel.VideoSelectorProperty
    • getColorSpaceSettings

      public final Object getColorSpaceSettings()
      Description copied from interface: CfnChannel.VideoSelectorProperty
      Settings to configure color space settings in the incoming video.
      Specified by:
      getColorSpaceSettings in interface CfnChannel.VideoSelectorProperty
    • getColorSpaceUsage

      public final String getColorSpaceUsage()
      Description copied from interface: CfnChannel.VideoSelectorProperty
      Applies only if colorSpace is a value other than Follow.

      This field controls how the value in the colorSpace field is used. Fallback means that when the input does include color space data, that data is used, but when the input has no color space data, the value in colorSpace is used. Choose fallback if your input is sometimes missing color space data, but when it does have color space data, that data is correct. Force means to always use the value in colorSpace. Choose force if your input usually has no color space data or might have unreliable color space data.

      Specified by:
      getColorSpaceUsage in interface CfnChannel.VideoSelectorProperty
    • getSelectorSettings

      public final Object getSelectorSettings()
      Description copied from interface: CfnChannel.VideoSelectorProperty
      Information about the video to select from the content.
      Specified by:
      getSelectorSettings in interface CfnChannel.VideoSelectorProperty
    • $jsii$toJson

      @Internal public com.fasterxml.jackson.databind.JsonNode $jsii$toJson()
      Specified by:
      $jsii$toJson in interface
    • equals

      public final boolean equals(Object o)
      equals in class Object
    • hashCode

      public final int hashCode()
      hashCode in class Object