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== Composite Video Source ==
 
== Composite Video Source ==
 
Applicable device : XMP-2400
 
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The following code shows how to display video sourced from the composite video capture hardware.
 
The following code shows how to display video sourced from the composite video capture hardware.
  

Revision as of 17:13, 22 June 2017

A-SMIL players may support showing video from external source if the appropriate hardware is available. To display the video content, play it using a <video> whose source is "adapi:capture".

Composite Video Source

Applicable device : XMP-2400

The following code shows how to display video sourced from the composite video capture hardware.

  <video src="adapi:capture">
    <param name="adapi:videoInput" value="composite" />
  </video>

The video input media item can be placed in a playlist and used similar to the video object (see SMIL Media Objects).

Several parameters are available when displaying from the composite video source.

  • adapi:videoInput: must be "composite" for the composite video source
  • adapi:videoFormat: encoding format of the video source. Can be one of the following values: auto (auto detection), NTSC_M, NTSC_M_Japan, PAL_BG, PAL_M, PAL_N, PAL_Nc. If unspecified, default value is "auto".
  • adapi:videoAspectRatio: display aspect ratio the video source. Can be one of the following values: auto (auto detection), 4:3, 16:9. If unspecified, default value is "auto".

Built-in Camera

The following code shows how to display video sourced from the device's built-in camera.

  <video src="adapi:capture">
    <param name="adapi:videoInput" value="camera" />
  </video>

The video input media item can be placed in a playlist and used similar to the video object (see SMIL Media Objects).

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