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Last updated: 2022-08-30 16:08:17

    Overview

    When using the data processing workflow feature, you usually need to set a series of parameters, which can be combined through a template. This simplifies your operations and allows you to reuse the configured parameters with no need to enter them repeatedly.

    For media processing features such as audio/video transcoding, audio/video splicing, video frame capturing, and video to animated image conversion, you need to specify a template when creating a job or workflow. The template page provides system templates, and you can also customize templates based on your business needs.

    System Templates

    The system combines common parameters in advance into system templates, so that you can use them directly. When creating a job or workflow, you can select such a template by the template name.

    1. Log in to the COS console.
    2. Select Bucket List on the left sidebar.
    3. Click the name of the bucket that you want to operate.
    4. On the left sidebar, select Data Processing Workflow > Common Configuration > Template to view templates of different processing types.

      Click View in the Operation column to view template details.
      Note:

      • Currently, the system provides 15 audio/video transcoding, 3 video frame capturing, and 18 video to animated image conversion templates.
      • You can view the information of system templates but cannot edit or delete them.

    System templates for audio/video transcoding

    Template ID Template Name Container Format Video Encoding Format Resolution Video Bitrate Audio Encoding Format Audio Bitrate
    t02db40900dc1c43ad9bdbd8acec6075c5 MP4-FLU MP4 H.264 640 * auto-scaled 512 Kbps AAC 128 Kbps
    t04e1ab86554984f1aa17c062fbf6c007c MP4-SD MP4 H.264 720 * auto-scaled 1024 Kbps AAC 128 Kbps
    t02d06d8ad881648e69f9ca95b2e7e4b6a MP4-HD MP4 H.264 1280 * auto-scaled 2000 Kbps AAC 128 Kbps
    t064fb9214850f49aaac44b5561a7b0b3b MP4-FHD MP4 H.264 1920 * auto-scaled 3500 Kbps AAC 128 Kbps
    t077211ea3e0e74168b8ed921fcb2d5a6b MP4-2K MP4 H.264 2048 * auto-scaled 4800 Kbps AAC 128 Kbps
    t0c9cfaffb5055467691b85eed1242cd03 FLV-FLU FLV H.264 640 * auto-scaled 512 Kbps AAC 128 Kbps
    t0b612860a293f410785b3e672465dca38 FLV-SD FLV H.264 720 * auto-scaled 1024 Kbps AAC 128 Kbps
    t0b6a845f5e42847bd810ee9cbf337f83c FLV-HD FLV H.264 1280 *auto-scaled 2000 Kbps AAC 128 Kbps
    t08571e1f229094eb79817f8474987a479 FLV-FHD FLV H.264 1920 * auto-scaled 3500 Kbps AAC 128 Kbps
    t0f52244b7f3c743eb9f9080b15e5fe2f8 FLV-2K FLV H.264 2048 * auto-scaled 4800 Kbps AAC 128 Kbps
    t06e5246d8bf694c88b16ae7512e83962a HLS-FLU M3U8 H.264 640 * auto-scaled 512 Kbps AAC 128 Kbps
    t03ed6a4e1b374429eadec266bd6859347 HLS-SD M3U8 H.264 720 * auto-scaled 1024 Kbps AAC 128 Kbps
    t0e09a9456d4124542b1f0e44d501d7182 HLS-HD M3U8 H.264 1280 * auto-scaled 2000 Kbps AAC 128 Kbps
    t088613dea8d564a9ba7e6b02cbd5de877 HLS-FHD M3U8 H.264 1920 * auto-scaled 3500 Kbps AAC 128 Kbps
    t08e7237a0975c427cabfa3d958f29aa58 HLS-2K M3U8 H.264 2048 * auto-scaled 4800 Kbps AAC 128 Kbps

    System templates for video frame capturing

    Template ID Template Name Frame Capturing Start Time Frame Capturing Interval Max Frame Count Per Video Output Image Size Output Format
    t01d40e440761448fc8c538fb8d5a5b81e snapshot_320 * 180_1 0s 2s 5 320 * 180 px JPEG
    t0a60a2bc71a4b40c7b3d7f7e8a2779a81 snapshot_640 * 360_2 0s 10s 5 640 * 360 px JPEG
    t07740e32081b44ad7a0aea03adcffd54a snapshot_1280 * 720_3 0s 10s 5 1280 * 720 px JPEG

    System templates for video to animated image conversion

    Template ID Template Name Transcoding Start Time Transcoding Duration Frame Extraction Method Output Animated Image Frame Rate Output Animated Image Size Output Format Output Animated Image Quality
    t04373959a69c04d47b62fd214dd13d8e9 gif_320 * 180_1 0s 600s Only keyframes are extracted Adaptive 320 * 180 px GIF \
    t0341b0ab2b8a340ff826e9cb4f3a7baea gif_320 * 180_2 0s 600s One frame is extracted every 10s Adaptive (0.1 FPS) 320 * 180 px GIF \
    t046b1d8e5bdf842c6a58d8028b48eafee gif_320 * 180_3 0s 600s Ten frames are extracted per second Adaptive (10 FPS) 320 * 180 px GIF \
    t0ef2077f215864c018a2fca73614ceca6 gif_640 * 360_4 0s 600s Only keyframes are extracted Adaptive 640 * 360 px GIF \
    t0d21406ca737a40869973a37a5daa349a gif_640 * 360_5 0s 600s One frame is extracted every 10s Adaptive (0.1 FPS) 640 * 360 px GIF \
    t0878a9c9c1f054cb5bca68b8b06e556c2 gif_640 * 360_6 0s 600s Ten frames are extracted per second Adaptive (10 FPS) 640 * 360 px GIF \
    t0dae821708cea4ba5b3e271810ac80a21 gif_1280 * 720_7 0s 600s Only keyframes are extracted Adaptive 1280 * 720 px GIF \
    t03fef67ad94d2466b9c0c89252ed72e87 gif_1280 * 720_8 0s 600s One frame is extracted every 10s Adaptive (0.1 FPS) 1280 * 720 px GIF \
    t030a64e9f9f5a4f53a9ef64bb7ce490b5 gif_1280 * 720_9 0s 600s Ten frames are extracted per second Adaptive (10 FPS) 1280 * 720 px GIF \
    t03b0e9eca4fc34e2cba9da89d9c7c13a2 webp_320 * 180_1 0s 60s Only keyframes are extracted Adaptive 320 * 180 px WEBP 75
    t016fcddf6bc3c44b793e9b7b07119b4ee webp_320 * 180_2 0s 600s One frame is extracted every 10s Adaptive (0.1 FPS) 320 * 180 px WEBP 75
    t0bf1f1ce6d2404b258c0f81fbb9aaece1 webp_320 * 180_3 0s 600s One frame is extracted every 10s Adaptive (10 FPS) 320 * 180 px WEBP 75
    t098d6d3fcfd2c45309a408594a42559f6 webp_640 * 360_4 0s 60s Only keyframes are extracted Adaptive 640 * 360 px WEBP 75
    t0169a6a9c2eec4b51972eb63bafcbf08d webp_640 * 360_5 0s 600s One frame is extracted every 10s Adaptive (0.1 FPS) 640 * 360 px WEBP 75
    t0ef9ba537011e4876b8777aebc19d10a5 webp_640 * 360_6 0s 600s One frame is extracted every 10s Adaptive (10 FPS) 640 * 360 px WEBP 75
    t02743d344b5e74c579e50e9e135b432b8 webp_1280 * 720_7 0s 60s Only keyframes are extracted Adaptive 1280 * 720 px WEBP 75
    t0dd27c136ff2741538bec96981e058868 webp_1280 * 720_8 0s 600s One frame is extracted every 10s Adaptive (0.1 FPS) 1280 * 720 px WEBP 75
    t00ad05235d67a45a9a697b553052b7346 webp_1280 * 720_9 0s 600s One frame is extracted every 10s Adaptive (10 FPS) 1280 * 720 px WEBP 75

    Custom Templates

    If system templates cannot meet your needs, use custom templates. Currently, you can create custom templates for audio/video transcoding, top speed codec transcoding, highlights generation, video frame capturing, video to animated image conversion, video watermark, audio/video splicing, voice/sound separation, video enhancement, super-resolution, image processing, and broadcast media format transcoding.

    Audio/Video transcoding

    The audio/video transcoding feature converts an audio/video file bitstream. It changes parameters of the source bitstream, such as codec, resolution, and bitrate, to adapt to different devices and network conditions. You can customize the template parameters in a custom audio/video transcoding template.

    Directions

    1. Log in to the COS console.
    2. Select Bucket List on the left sidebar.
    3. Click the name of the bucket for video storage.
    4. On the left sidebar, select Data Processing Workflow > Common Configuration. Then, select the Template tab to go to the template configuration page.
    5. Select Audio/Video Transcoding and click Create Transcoding Template.
    6. In the Create Transcoding Template window, configure the following items:
    • Template Name: It can contain up to 64 letters, digits, underscores (_), hyphens (-), and asterisks (*).
    • Transcoding Type: You can select video or audio transcoding.
    • Container Format: Video transcoding supports the MP4, FLV, HLS, TS, MKV, and WebM formats. Audio transcoding supports the MP3, AAC, AMR, FLAC, and WebM formats.
    • Transcoding Duration: You can select the input file duration or customize the duration.
    • Audio/Video Parameters: You can customize audio/video parameters as needed.
    1. Click OK.
      After successfully creating the template, you can view, edit, or delete it in the custom template list.
      Note:

      You can use the template when creating an audio/video transcoding job or workflow.

    Top speed codec transcoding

    The top speed codec transcoding feature improves the subjective image quality of a video at a low bitrate. Compared with regular audio/video transcoding, it outputs smaller files and clearer video images and delivers a better visual experience with guaranteed low network resource usage. You can customize parameters such as codec, resolution, and bitrate in a custom top speed codec transcoding template.

    Directions

    1. Log in to the COS console.

    2. Select Bucket List on the left sidebar.

    3. Click the name of the bucket for video storage.

    4. On the left sidebar, select Data Processing Workflow > Common Configuration. Then, select the Template tab to go to the template configuration page.

    5. Select Top Speed Codec Transcoding and click Create Top Speed Codec Transcoding Template.

    6. In the Create Top Speed Codec Transcoding Template window, configure the following items:

    • Template Name: It can contain up to 64 letters, digits, underscores (_), hyphens (-), and asterisks (*).
    • Transcoding Type: It is video transcoding by default.
    • Container Format: Supported formats include MP4 and HLS.
    • Transcoding Duration: You can select the input file duration or customize the duration.
    • Audio/Video Parameters: You can customize audio/video parameters as needed.
    1. Click OK.
      After successfully creating the template, you can view, edit, or delete it in the custom template list.
      Note:

      You can use the template when creating a top speed codec transcoding job or workflow.

    Broadcast media format transcoding

    This feature processes special formats such as XAVC and ProRes.

    Directions

    1. Log in to the COS console.

    2. Select Bucket List on the left sidebar.

    3. Click the name of the bucket for video storage.

    4. On the left sidebar, select Data Processing Workflow > Common Configuration. Then, select the Template tab to go to the template configuration page.

    5. Select Broadcast Media Format Transcoding and click Create Broadcast Media Format Transcoding Template.

    6. In the Create Broadcast Media Format Transcoding Template window, configure the following items:

    • Template Name: It can contain up to 64 letters, digits, underscores (_), hyphens (-), and asterisks (*).
    • Preset Encoder Configuration: Select the default values of encoder parameters such as sample rate.
    • Container Format: Supported formats include MXF.
    • Transcoding Duration: You can select the input file duration or customize the duration.
    • Audio/Video Parameters: You can customize audio/video parameters as needed.
    1. Click OK.
      After successfully creating the template, you can view, edit, or delete it in the custom template list.
      Note:

      You can use the template when creating a broadcast media format transcoding job or workflow.

    Highlights generation

    The highlights generation feature automatically extracts highlights from a video. You can use a custom template to set the highlights generation template name and specify the maximum duration, resolution, and format of the output highlight video.

    Directions

    1. Log in to the COS console.

    2. Select Bucket List on the left sidebar.

    3. Click the name of the bucket for video storage.

    4. On the left sidebar, select Data Processing Workflow > Common Configuration. Then, select the Template tab to go to the template configuration page.

    5. Select Highlights Generation and click Create Highlights Generation Template.

    6. In the Create Highlights Generation Template window, configure the following items:

      Note:

      Currently, highlights generation can be used only for landscape, food, street, and vlog scenarios and will support more scenarios in the future. If you want to customize this feature, contact us for assistance.

    • Template Name: It can contain up to 64 letters, digits, underscores (_), hyphens (-), and asterisks (*).
    • Container Format: Supported formats include MP4, FLV, HLS, TS, and MKV.
    • Highlight Video Duration: You can select the duration of the complete output highlight video after automatic analysis or customize the duration.
    • Audio/Video Parameters: You can customize audio/video parameters as needed.
    1. Click OK.
      After successfully creating the template, you can view, edit, or delete it in the custom template list.
      Note:

      You can use the template when creating a highlights generation job or workflow.

    Video frame capturing

    The video frame capturing feature captures the frames of a video at specified time points. The output screenshots are in JPG format by default. If you enable captured frame compression, screenshots can be output in HEIF or TPG format. You can customize the template name, frame capturing start time, frame capturing interval, captured frames, and output image size and format in a custom video frame capturing template.

    Directions

    1. Log in to the COS console.
    2. Select Bucket List on the left sidebar.
    3. Click the name of the bucket for video storage.
    4. On the left sidebar, select Data Processing Workflow > Common Configuration. Then, select the Template tab to go to the template configuration page.
    5. Select Video Frame Capturing and click Create Video Frame Capturing Template.
    6. In the Create Video Frame Capturing Template window, configure the following items:
    • Template Name: It can contain up to 64 letters, digits, underscores (_), hyphens (-), and asterisks (*).
    • Frame Capturing Start Time: You can select any time point within the full video length.
    • Frame Capturing Method:
      • All frames will be captured by default: Every video frame will be captured.
      • Custom Frame Capturing Interval: Frames will be captured at specified time intervals from the frame capturing start time to the end of the video.
      • Even Frame Capturing: Frames will be captured at even intervals calculated based on the specified number of captured frames from the frame capturing start time to the end of the video.
      • Capture Keyframes: Capture only keyframes.
    • Max Frame Count Per Video: This parameter is required if you select All frames will be captured by default, Custom Frame Capturing Interval, or Capture Keyframes as the frame capturing method.
    • Captured Frames: This parameter is required if you select Even Frame Capturing as the frame capturing method. Frames will be captured at even intervals calculated based on the specified number of frames captured from the frame capturing start time to the end of the video.
    • Output Image Size: The default output screenshot size is the same as that of the original video image. If you select custom image size, you must enter an integer between 128 and 4096 for the width and height respectively.
    • Video Frame Compression: If it is enabled, captured images can be compressed.
    1. Click OK.
      After successfully creating the template, you can view, edit, or delete it in the custom template list.
      Note:

      You can use the template when creating a video frame capturing job or workflow.

    Video to animated image conversion

    The video to animated image conversion feature converts a video to animated images. You can customize the template name, transcoding start time, transcoding duration, frame extraction method, output animated image frame rate, and output animated image size in a custom video to animated image conversion template.

    Directions

    1. Log in to the COS console.
    2. Select Bucket List on the left sidebar.
    3. Click the name of the bucket for video storage.
    4. On the left sidebar, select Data Processing Workflow > Common Configuration. Then, select the Template tab to go to the template configuration page.
    5. Select Video to Animated Image Conversion and click Create Video to Animated Image Conversion Template.
    6. In the Create Video to Animated Image Conversion Template window, configure the following items:
    • Template Name: It can contain up to 64 letters, digits, underscores (_), hyphens (-), and asterisks (*).
    • Transcoding Start Time: You can select any time point within the full video length.
    • Transcoding Duration: It specifies the duration of video transcoding after the transcoding start time. You can select Original Video Duration or Custom Duration.
    • Frame Extraction Method:
      • Extract all frames: Every video frame will be extracted.
      • Frame Extraction Frequency: You can set the number of frames to be extracted per second (an integer between 1 and 50).
      • Frame Extraction Interval: Frame will be extracted at the specified intervals in seconds.
      • Extract key frames only: The system will intelligently identify and extract the optimal set of frames based on AI understanding of the video content and output them as an animated image.
    • Output Animated Image Frame Rate: If Adaptive is selected, the system will automatically select an appropriate frame rate based on the settings of the above parameters. You can also select Custom Playback Frame Rate to restrict the frame rate to 1–60 FPS.
    • Output Animated Image Format: The output animated image is in GIF format by default. If you select the WEBP format, you need to select the animated image quality, which ranges from 1 to 99 and is 75 by default.
    • Output Animated Image Size: The default output animated image size is the same as that of the original video. If you select custom width and height, you must enter an integer between 128 and 4096 for the width and height respectively.
    1. Click OK.
      After successfully creating the template, you can view, edit, or delete it in the custom template list.
      Note:

      You can use the template when creating a video to animated image conversion job or workflow.

    Video watermark

    The video watermark feature adds a text or image watermark to a video during transcoding.

    Note:

    Currently, you can add up to three watermarks in the console or five via API at a time. To add more watermarks, contact us for assistance.

    Directions

    1. Log in to the COS console.
    2. Select Bucket List on the left sidebar.
    3. Click the name of the bucket for video storage.
    4. On the left sidebar, select Data Processing Workflow > Common Configuration. Then, select the Template tab to go to the template configuration page.
    5. Select Video Watermark and click Create Video Watermark Template.
    6. In the Create Video Watermark Template window, configure the following items:
    • Common parameters
      • Template Name: It can contain up to 64 letters, digits, underscores (_), hyphens (-), and asterisks (*).
      • Watermark Type: Select image or text watermark.
      • Origin Point: Select the top-left, top-right, bottom-left, or bottom-right corner.
      • Opacity: Select a value between 1% and 100%.
      • Offset Method: The watermark offset is based on the origin point. You can select offset by ratio or fixed position.
      • Watermark Duration: Select Same as video duration or Specified period. If you select the latter, you can set the watermark start time and end time. If you set the start time only, the watermark will be displayed until the video ends by default.
    • Image watermark parameters
      • Select Image: If you select image watermark, you need to select its source. Currently, only a watermark image in the same bucket can be selected. If the bucket doesn't have desired images, you need to upload a new one.
      • Image Layer: Select whether to place the image on top of or underneath the video.
        • If the image is placed on top of the video, the effect is as shown below:
          img
        • If the image is placed underneath the video (as the background), the effect is as shown below:
          img
      • Watermark Dimensions:
        • Input image size: The original watermark image size will be retained without any processing. Note that if the watermark image is larger than the video image, the watermark cannot be completely displayed.
        • By ratio: You can set the percentage (1–100) of only the width or height or both of them. If the width or height is not set, it will be scaled proportionally. Suppose the width ratio is a and height ratio is b, then the watermark width will be w = W * a, and the watermark height will be h = H * b (here, W and H are the video width and height respectively).
        • Fixed size: You can specify the watermark width and height between 8 and 4096 px.
      • Offset Method (On top of video):
        • By ratio: You can set the percentage (0–100) of the width or height. As shown below, suppose the horizontal offset ratio is a and the vertical ratio is b, then the horizontal offset will be Dx = W * a, and the vertical offset will be Dy = H * b (here, W and H are the video width and height respectively).
        • Fixed position: Select a value between 0 and 4096 px. The horizontal offset is Dx, and the vertical offset is Dy.
      • Watermark Dimensions:
        • Input image size: The original watermark image size will be retained without any processing. Note that if the watermark image is smaller than the video image, the watermark cannot be completely displayed.
        • By ratio: You can set the percentage (100–300) of only the width or height or both of them. If the width or height is not set, it will be scaled proportionally. Suppose the width ratio is a and height ratio is b, then the watermark width will be w = W * a, and the watermark height will be h = H * b (here, W and H are the video width and height respectively).
      • Fixed size: You can specify the watermark width and height between 8 and 4096 px.
      • Offset Method (Underneath video):
        • By ratio: You can set the percentage (-300–0) of the width or height. As shown below, suppose the horizontal offset ratio is a and the vertical ratio is b, then the horizontal offset will be Dx = W * a, and the vertical offset will be Dy = H * b (here, W and H are the video width and height respectively).
        • Fixed position: Select a value between -4096 and 0 px. The horizontal offset is Dx, and the vertical offset is Dy.
    • Text watermark parameters
      • Watermark Text: It can contain up to 64 letters, digits, underscores (_), hyphens (-), and asterisks (*).
      • Font Size: Select a value between 5 and 100 px.
      • Font: Select Ariblk, Arial, Ahronbd, Helvetica, or HelveticaNeue.
      • Font Color: It is in the format of 0xRRGGBB.
    1. Click OK.
    • After successfully creating the template, you can view, edit, or delete it in the custom template list.
    • You can click Preview to view the position and dimensions of the watermark in videos of three common resolutions and quickly adjust the template.
    Note:

    You can use the template when creating an audio/video transcoding, SDR to HDR, video enhancement, or super-resolution job or workflow.

    Audio/Video splicing

    The video/audio splicing feature adds the specified video/audio segment at the beginning or end of a video/audio file to generate a new one.

    Directions

    1. Log in to the COS console.

    2. Select Bucket List on the left sidebar.

    3. Click the name of the bucket for video storage.

    4. On the left sidebar, select Data Processing Workflow > Common Configuration. Then, select the Template tab to go to the template configuration page.

    5. Select Audio/Video Splicing and click Create Audio/Video Splicing Template.

    6. In the Create Audio/Video Splicing Template window, configure the following items:

    • Template Name: It can contain up to 64 letters, digits, underscores (_), hyphens (-), and asterisks (*).
    • Container Format: Supported formats include AAC, MP3, MP4, FLV, HLS, and TS.
    • Splicing Position: Select whether to add the file at the beginning or end of the source file.
    • Other parameters: You can customize the audio/video parameters as needed.
    1. Click OK.
      After successfully creating the template, you can view, edit, or delete it in the custom template list.
      Note:

      You can use the template when creating an audio/video splicing job or workflow.

    Voice separation

    You can separate the same audio file into a voice file and a background sound file for subsequent video editing and playback.

    Directions

    1. Log in to the COS console.
    2. Select Bucket List on the left sidebar.
    3. Click the name of the bucket for video storage.
    4. On the left sidebar, select Data Processing Workflow > Common Configuration. Then, select the Template tab to go to the template configuration page.
    5. Select Voice Separation and click Create Voice Separation Template.
    6. In the Create Voice Separation Template window, configure the following items:
    • Template Name: It can contain up to 64 letters, digits, underscores (_), hyphens (-), and asterisks (*).
    • Output Audio Format: Supported formats include MP3, AAC, AMR, and FLAC.
    • Output Audio: Specify to output voice or background sound.
    • Sample Rate: Select an option as needed.
    • Audio Bitrate: Enter a value as needed.
    • Channels: Select an option as needed.
    1. Click OK.
      After successfully creating the template, you can view, edit, or delete it in the custom template list.
      Note:

      You can use the template when creating a voice separation job or workflow.

    Video enhancement

    The video enhancement feature uses AI to improve the video quality and enhance the video colors and details visually.

    Directions

    1. Log in to the COS console.

    2. Select Bucket List on the left sidebar.

    3. Click the name of the bucket for video storage.

    4. On the left sidebar, select Data Processing Workflow > Common Configuration. Then, select the Template tab to go to the template configuration page.

    5. Select Video Enhancement and click Create Video Enhancement Template.

    6. In the Create Video Enhancement Template window, configure the following items:

      Note:

      • Currently, video enhancement supports color and detail enhancement. Other features will be provided in the future.
      • The input video for enhancement must be shorter than 30 minutes.
    • Template Name: It can contain up to 64 letters, digits, underscores (_), hyphens (-), and asterisks (*).
    • Color Enhancement: Select automatic system analysis for color enhancement or customize the color enhancement parameters.
    • Detail Enhancement: Select automatic system analysis for detail enhancement or customize the detail enhancement parameters.
    1. Click OK.
      After successfully creating the template, you can view, edit, or delete it in the custom template list.
      Note:

      You can use the template when creating a video enhancement job or workflow.

    Super-resolution

    The super-resolution feature reconstructs the details and local features of an image by recognizing its content and contour so as to generate a high-resolution image through a series of low-resolution images.

    Directions

    1. Log in to the COS console.

    2. Select Bucket List on the left sidebar.

    3. Click the name of the bucket for video storage.

    4. On the left sidebar, select Data Processing Workflow > Common Configuration. Then, select the Template tab to go to the template configuration page.

    5. Select Super-Resolution and click Create Super-Resolution Template.

    6. In the Create Super-Resolution Template window, configure the following items:

    • Template Name: It can contain up to 64 letters, digits, underscores (_), hyphens (-), and asterisks (*).
    • Version: Select Basic or Enhanced. The latter delivers greater image reconstruction and restoration effects.
    • Target Resolution: Select the output resolution.
    • Target Zoom: After it is enabled, the output video will be zoom to the selected target resolution or three times the input video resolution.
    1. Click OK.
      After successfully creating the template, you can view, edit, or delete it in the custom template list.
      Note:

      You can use the template when creating a super-resolution job or workflow.

    Image processing

    Image processing is a rich-featured, cost-effective, and high-reliability image processing service provided by CI. It supports flexible image editing, such as rotation, cropping, transcoding, and zooming. It provides multiple image downsizing solutions like Guetzli compression, TPG transcoding, and HEIF transcoding, as well as diversified copyright protection solutions like image/text/blind watermarking. This meets your image processing needs in different business scenarios.

    Directions

    1. Log in to the COS console.

    2. Select Bucket List on the left sidebar.

    3. Click the name of the bucket for video storage.

    4. On the left sidebar, select Data Processing Workflow > Common Configuration. Then, select the Template tab to go to the template configuration page.

    5. Select Video Processing and click Create Video Processing Template.

    6. In the Create Video Processing Template window, configure the following items:

    • Template Name: It can contain up to 64 letters, digits, underscores (_), hyphens (-), and asterisks (*).
    • Editing Mode: Select Basic or Enhanced. The latter delivers greater image reconstruction and restoration effects.
    • Basic Processing: Select the output target resolution.
    • Text Watermark: After it is enabled, you can add a single or tiled watermark to the image.
    • Image Watermark: After it is enabled, you can add an animated or static watermark at the specified position on the image.
    • Preview: You can preview the processing effect.
    1. Click OK.
      After successfully creating the template, you can view, edit, or delete it in the custom template list.
      Note:

      You can use the template when creating an image processing job or workflow.

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