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Class: Aws::MediaConvert::Types::MxfSettings

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When passing MxfSettings as input to an Aws::Client method, you can use a vanilla Hash:

  afd_signaling: "NO_COPY", # accepts NO_COPY, COPY_FROM_VIDEO
  profile: "D_10", # accepts D_10, XDCAM, OP1A

MXF settings

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Optional. When you have AFD signaling set up in your output video stream, use this setting to choose whether to also include it in the MXF wrapper. Choose Don\'t copy (NO_COPY) to exclude AFD signaling from the MXF wrapper. Choose Copy from video stream (COPY_FROM_VIDEO) to copy the AFD values from the video stream for this output to the MXF wrapper. Regardless of which option you choose, the AFD values remain in the video stream. Related settings: To set up your output to include or exclude AFD values, see AfdSignaling, under VideoDescription. On the console, find AFD signaling under the output\'s video encoding settings.

Possible values:



  • (String)



Specify the MXF profile, also called shim, for this output. When you choose Auto, MediaConvert chooses a profile based on the video codec and resolution. For a list of codecs supported with each MXF profile, see For more information about the automatic selection behavior, see

Possible values:

  • D_10
  • OP1A


  • (String)

    Specify the MXF profile, also called shim, for this output.