How Video Is Associated with Audio Rendition Groups - AWS Elemental Server

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How Video Is Associated with Audio Rendition Groups

The different “sets” of media are created as follows:

  • Create one “video-only” stream assembly containing only one video stream.

  • Create two or more “audio-only” stream assemblies, each containing only one audio stream.

  • Assign “audio group IDs” to the audio-only streams. To group several audio streams into one rendition group, assign the same audio group ID to the relevant audio streams. To group other audio streams into another rendition group, define a different audio group ID and assign it to the relevant audio streams.

  • Associate each video-only stream with its corresponding audio rendition group by assigning the desired audio group ID to that stream.

For example:

  • To group stream 3, 4 and 5 to one audio rendition group, set the audio group ID for each of these streams to “audio 1” or some other name of your choosing.

  • To group streams 6, 7 and 8 to another audio rendition group, set the ID for each of these streams to “audio 2” or some other name.

  • To associate video 1 with the first rendition group, set the “audio rendition sets ID” of that video to “audio 1”.

  • To associate video 2 with the other group, set the audio rendition sets ID to “audio 2.”