GES.OverlayClip

g GES.Clip GES.Clip GES.OperationClip GES.OperationClip GES.Clip->GES.OperationClip GES.Container GES.Container GES.Container->GES.Clip GES.Extractable GES.Extractable GES.TimelineElement GES.TimelineElement GES.Extractable->GES.TimelineElement GES.MetaContainer GES.MetaContainer GES.MetaContainer->GES.TimelineElement GES.OverlayClip GES.OverlayClip GES.OperationClip->GES.OverlayClip GES.TimelineElement->GES.Container GObject.GInterface GObject.GInterface GObject.GInterface->GES.Extractable GObject.GInterface->GES.MetaContainer GObject.InitiallyUnowned GObject.InitiallyUnowned GObject.InitiallyUnowned->GES.TimelineElement GObject.Object GObject.Object GObject.Object->GObject.InitiallyUnowned

Subclasses:GES.TextOverlayClip

Fields

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

Class Details

class GES.OverlayClip(**kwargs)
Bases:GES.OperationClip
Abstract:Yes
Structure:GES.OverlayClipClass

Overlays are objects which modify the underlying layer(s).

Examples of overlays include text, image watermarks, or audio dubbing.

Transitions, which change from one source to another over time, are not considered overlays.