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Selector for Audio
public class AudioSelector
The AudioSelector type exposes the following members
Gets and sets the property CustomLanguageCode. Selects a specific language code from within an audio source, using the ISO 639-2 or ISO 639-3 three-letter language code
Gets and sets the property DefaultSelection.
Gets and sets the property ExternalAudioFileInput. Specifies audio data from an external file source.
Gets and sets the property LanguageCode. Selects a specific language code from within an audio source.
Gets and sets the property Offset. Specifies a time delta in milliseconds to offset the audio from the input video.
Gets and sets the property Pids. Selects a specific PID from within an audio source (e.g. 257 selects PID 0x101).
Gets and sets the property ProgramSelection. Use this setting for input streams that contain Dolby E, to have the service extract specific program data from the track. To select multiple programs, create multiple selectors with the same Track and different Program numbers. In the console, this setting is visible when you set Selector type to Track. Choose the program number from the dropdown list. If you are sending a JSON file, provide the program ID, which is part of the audio metadata. If your input file has incorrect metadata, you can choose All channels instead of a program number to have the service ignore the program IDs and include all the programs in the track.
Gets and sets the property RemixSettings. Use these settings to reorder the audio channels of one input to match those of another input. This allows you to combine the two files into a single output, one after the other.
Gets and sets the property SelectorType.
Gets and sets the property Tracks. Identify a track from the input audio to include in this selector by entering the track index number. To include several tracks in a single audio selector, specify multiple tracks as follows. Using the console, enter a comma-separated list. For examle, type "1,2,3" to include tracks 1 through 3. Specifying directly in your JSON job file, provide the track numbers in an array. For example, "tracks": [1,2,3].
Supported in: 1.3
Supported in: 4.5, 4.0, 3.5
Portable Class Library:
Supported in: Windows Store Apps
Supported in: Windows Phone 8.1
Supported in: Xamarin Android
Supported in: Xamarin iOS (Unified)
Supported in: Xamarin.Forms