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Download Aspose.Tasks Cloud SDK to Process Project® Formats

Aspose.Tasks Cloud is a REST API for manipulating and converting Microsoft Project® documents hosted on cloud platforms. It allows you to work with all aspects of a Project® document as well as offers a wide range of export options allowing developers to convert Microsoft Project® documents a number of industry standard formats.

Open NuGet package manager, search for Aspose.Tasks-Cloud and install. You may also use the following command from the Package Manager Console.

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.NET Cloud REST API for Video Processing

Version 18.2.1 Nuget GitHub

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This video manipulation REST API helps your cloud-based applications to retrieve video files hosted on the cloud & modify them from within your C# & .NET apps.

Video Processing Features

  • Video conversion from AVI to MP4 format.
  • Add image or text watermark in the video clip.
  • Add multiple audio tracks to a video clip.
  • Change video resolution, aspect ratio, bit-rate & FPS.
  • Combine multiple video clips & join them together.
  • Change video encoding by applying various codecs.
  • Programmatically change the video playback speed.
  • Drop video volume level to 50% of the current volume.
  • Extract a video frame and save it as a thumbnail image.
  • Extract a clip from the video file and save it as a separate video.
  • Fetch all properties of a particular video file.
  • Fetch video files from the web and upload them to cloud storage.

Supported Video Formats

Audio Video Interleave: AVI
Animate Video: FLV
iTunes Video: M4V
MPEG-4 Video: MP4
Apple QuickTime: MOV
Windows Media Video: WMV

Supported Video Codecs

  • H.263/MPEG-4 Part 2 (DivX Pro Codec, Xvid)
  • Google (On2) (VP6, VP6-E, VP6-S, VP7, VP8, VP9, libtheora)
  • Microsoft codecs (WMV (including WMV 7, WMV 8, and WMV 9), MS MPEG-4v3)
  • H.262/MPEG-2 (x262)
  • H.264/MPEG-4 AVC (x264, QuickTime H.264, DivX Pro Codec)
  • H.265/MPEG-H HEVC (x265)

Various Settings

Resolution: up to 4K (3840 x 2160), Chroma subsampling: 4:2:0, 4:2:2, Color depth: 8 bit, 10 bit

Supported Audio Codecs

AAC, AC-3, MP3, Opus, WMA

Get Started

You do not need to install anything to get started with Aspose.Video Cloud SDK for .NET. Just create an account at Aspose for Cloud and get your application information.

Simply execute Install-Package Aspose.Video-Cloud from the Package Manager Console in Visual Studio to fetch & reference Aspose.Video assembly in your project. If you already have Aspose.Video Cloud SDK for .NET and want to upgrade it, please execute Update-Package Aspose.Video-Cloud to get the latest version.

Please check the GitHub Repository for other common usage scenarios.

Use C# to Get Information about a Hosted AVI File

The following code sample demonstrates, how to fetch information of a cloud hosted AVI video file using C# code:

var localName = "sample.avi";
var remoteName = "TestGetVideo.avi";
var fullName = Path.Combine(this.dataFolder, remoteName);

this.StorageApi.PutCreate(fullName, null, null, File.ReadAllBytes(BaseTestContext.GetDataDir() + localName));
var request = new GetVideoRequest(remoteName, this.dataFolder);
var actual = this.VideoApi.GetVideo(request);

Convert AVI to MP4 Video File using C# Code

The following C# code sample elaborates, how to convert a video AVI file to MP4 video file in the cloud:

var localName = "sample.avi";
var remoteName = "toconvert.avi";
var fullName = Path.Combine(this.dataFolder, remoteName);
var resultPath = Path.Combine(this.dataFolder, "converted.mp4");
ConvertOptions options = new ConvertOptions();

this.StorageApi.PutCreate(fullName, null, null, File.ReadAllBytes(BaseTestContext.GetDataDir() + localName));

var request = new PostConvertVideoRequest(remoteName, "mp4", resultPath, options, this.dataFolder);
var actual = this.VideoApi.PostConvertVideo(request);

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