GES.Group

g GES.MetaContainer GES.MetaContainer GES.TimelineElement GES.TimelineElement GES.MetaContainer->GES.TimelineElement GES.Container GES.Container GES.Group GES.Group GES.Container->GES.Group GObject.GInterface GObject.GInterface GObject.GInterface->GES.MetaContainer GES.Extractable GES.Extractable GObject.GInterface->GES.Extractable GObject.Object GObject.Object GObject.InitiallyUnowned GObject.InitiallyUnowned GObject.Object->GObject.InitiallyUnowned GES.TimelineElement->GES.Container GObject.InitiallyUnowned->GES.TimelineElement GES.Extractable->GES.TimelineElement

Subclasses:None

Fields

Inherited:GES.Container (2), GES.TimelineElement (1), GObject.Object (1), GES.MetaContainer (1)
Name Type Access Description
parent GES.Container r  

Class Details

class GES.Group(**kwargs)
Bases:GES.Container
Abstract:No
Structure:GES.GroupClass

A GES.Group is an object which controls one or more GES.Clips in one or more GES.Layer(s).

To instanciate a group, you should use the GES.Container.group method, this will be responsible for deciding what subclass of GES.Container should be instaciated to group the various GES.TimelineElement passed in parametter.

classmethod new()[source]
Returns:The new empty group.
Return type:GES.Group

Created a new empty GES.Group, if you want to group several container together, it is recommanded to use the GES.Container.group method so the proper subclass is selected.