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[ aws . mediaconnect ]

add-flow-media-streams

Description

Adds media streams to an existing flow. After you add a media stream to a flow, you can associate it with a source and/or an output that uses the ST 2110 JPEG XS or CDI protocol.

See also: AWS API Documentation

See 'aws help' for descriptions of global parameters.

Synopsis

  add-flow-media-streams
--flow-arn <value>
--media-streams <value>
[--cli-input-json <value>]
[--generate-cli-skeleton <value>]

Options

--flow-arn (string) The Amazon Resource Name (ARN) of the flow.

--media-streams (list) The media streams that you want to add to the flow.(structure)

The media stream that you want to add to the flow.

Attributes -> (structure)

The attributes that you want to assign to the new media stream.

Fmtp -> (structure)

The settings that you want to use to define the media stream.

ChannelOrder -> (string)

The format of the audio channel.

Colorimetry -> (string)

The format that is used for the representation of color.

ExactFramerate -> (string)

The frame rate for the video stream, in frames/second. For example: 60000/1001. If you specify a whole number, MediaConnect uses a ratio of N/1. For example, if you specify 60, MediaConnect uses 60/1 as the exactFramerate.

Par -> (string)

The pixel aspect ratio (PAR) of the video.

Range -> (string)

The encoding range of the video.

ScanMode -> (string)

The type of compression that was used to smooth the video’s appearance.

Tcs -> (string)

The transfer characteristic system (TCS) that is used in the video.

Lang -> (string)

The audio language, in a format that is recognized by the receiver.

ClockRate -> (integer)

The sample rate (in Hz) for the stream. If the media stream type is video or ancillary data, set this value to 90000. If the media stream type is audio, set this value to either 48000 or 96000.

Description -> (string)

A description that can help you quickly identify what your media stream is used for.

MediaStreamId -> (integer)

A unique identifier for the media stream.

MediaStreamName -> (string)

A name that helps you distinguish one media stream from another.

MediaStreamType -> (string)

The type of media stream.

VideoFormat -> (string)

The resolution of the video.

Shorthand Syntax:

Attributes={Fmtp={ChannelOrder=string,Colorimetry=string,ExactFramerate=string,Par=string,Range=string,ScanMode=string,Tcs=string},Lang=string},ClockRate=integer,Description=string,MediaStreamId=integer,MediaStreamName=string,MediaStreamType=string,VideoFormat=string ...

JSON Syntax:

[
  {
    "Attributes": {
      "Fmtp": {
        "ChannelOrder": "string",
        "Colorimetry": "BT601"|"BT709"|"BT2020"|"BT2100"|"ST2065-1"|"ST2065-3"|"XYZ",
        "ExactFramerate": "string",
        "Par": "string",
        "Range": "NARROW"|"FULL"|"FULLPROTECT",
        "ScanMode": "progressive"|"interlace"|"progressive-segmented-frame",
        "Tcs": "SDR"|"PQ"|"HLG"|"LINEAR"|"BT2100LINPQ"|"BT2100LINHLG"|"ST2065-1"|"ST428-1"|"DENSITY"
      },
      "Lang": "string"
    },
    "ClockRate": integer,
    "Description": "string",
    "MediaStreamId": integer,
    "MediaStreamName": "string",
    "MediaStreamType": "video"|"audio"|"ancillary-data",
    "VideoFormat": "string"
  }
  ...
]

--cli-input-json (string) Performs service operation based on the JSON string provided. The JSON string follows the format provided by --generate-cli-skeleton. If other arguments are provided on the command line, the CLI values will override the JSON-provided values. It is not possible to pass arbitrary binary values using a JSON-provided value as the string will be taken literally.

--generate-cli-skeleton (string) Prints a JSON skeleton to standard output without sending an API request. If provided with no value or the value input, prints a sample input JSON that can be used as an argument for --cli-input-json. If provided with the value output, it validates the command inputs and returns a sample output JSON for that command.

See 'aws help' for descriptions of global parameters.

Output

FlowArn -> (string)

The ARN of the flow that you added media streams to.

MediaStreams -> (list)

The media streams that you added to the flow.

(structure)

A single track or stream of media that contains video, audio, or ancillary data. After you add a media stream to a flow, you can associate it with sources and outputs on that flow, as long as they use the CDI protocol or the ST 2110 JPEG XS protocol. Each source or output can consist of one or many media streams.

Attributes -> (structure)

Attributes that are related to the media stream.

Fmtp -> (structure)

A set of parameters that define the media stream.

ChannelOrder -> (string)

The format of the audio channel.

Colorimetry -> (string)

The format that is used for the representation of color.

ExactFramerate -> (string)

The frame rate for the video stream, in frames/second. For example: 60000/1001. If you specify a whole number, MediaConnect uses a ratio of N/1. For example, if you specify 60, MediaConnect uses 60/1 as the exactFramerate.

Par -> (string)

The pixel aspect ratio (PAR) of the video.

Range -> (string)

The encoding range of the video.

ScanMode -> (string)

The type of compression that was used to smooth the video’s appearance

Tcs -> (string)

The transfer characteristic system (TCS) that is used in the video.

Lang -> (string)

The audio language, in a format that is recognized by the receiver.

ClockRate -> (integer)

The sample rate for the stream. This value is measured in Hz.

Description -> (string)

A description that can help you quickly identify what your media stream is used for.

Fmt -> (integer)

The format type number (sometimes referred to as RTP payload type) of the media stream. MediaConnect assigns this value to the media stream. For ST 2110 JPEG XS outputs, you need to provide this value to the receiver.

MediaStreamId -> (integer)

A unique identifier for the media stream.

MediaStreamName -> (string)

A name that helps you distinguish one media stream from another.

MediaStreamType -> (string)

The type of media stream.

VideoFormat -> (string)

The resolution of the video.