Inspect Workflow Operation
The inspect operation is used to inspect all tracks of a media package.
It tries to verify if they are valid media tracks.
The inspect operation will also set the duration and creation date of the
(if available) to the media package duration and media package creation date.
|Whether mediapackages with no media tracks should be accepted
|Whether the media inspection service should determine the exact frame count
|Whether to rewrite existing metadata
Accept No Media
If the configuration key
accept-no-mediais set to
false, the operation will fail if the media package does not
contain any media tracks. If this behavior is not appropriate, set
Accurate Frame Count
The media inspection service will provide the number of frames in case of video streams. Normally, this information is
extracted from the media file header. In case of incorrect media file headers, this information might not be accurate.
Using the configuration key
accurate-frame-count, the media inspection service can be forced to perform a full
decoding of the video stream. While this does result in an exact count of frames, this is expensive in terms of
The inspection service will try to fill empty metadata fields. It will not overwrite any existing values except when
you specify the option
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