thinkitive-video-renderer

Thinkitive Video Renderer is a comprehensive documentation for the Thinkitive Video Renderer package which enables developers to render videos in various formats and apply customizable effects. This documentation serves as a guide for integrating and utilizing the Thinkitive Video Renderer package in your projects.

Installation

To install the Thinkitive Video Renderer package, follow the steps below:

  1. Open your terminal or command prompt.
  2. Navigate to your project directory.
  3. Run the following command to install the package:

“`bash
npm install thinkitive-video-renderer
“`

Getting Started

Before you start using the Thinkitive Video Renderer package, there are a few things you need to consider:

  • Ensure you have Node.js installed on your machine.
  • Make sure you have a valid license key for the Thinkitive Video Renderer package.

Usage

The Thinkitive Video Renderer package provides a simple and straightforward API for rendering videos. In order to use the package, follow the steps below:

  1. Import the required modules:

“`javascript
import VideoRenderer from ‘thinkitive-video-renderer’;
“`

  1. Create an instance of the VideoRenderer:

“`javascript
const videoRenderer = new VideoRenderer(‘your_license_key’);
“`

  1. Set the input video file:

“`javascript
videoRenderer.setInputFile(‘path/to/input/video.mp4’);
“`

  1. Set the output video file:

“`javascript
videoRenderer.setOutputFile(‘path/to/output/video.mp4’);
“`

  1. Apply any necessary customizable effects:

“`javascript
videoRenderer.applyEffect(‘effect_name’, { option1: value1, option2: value2 });
“`

  1. Start the video rendering process:

“`javascript
videoRenderer.render();
“`

Supported Effects

The Thinkitive Video Renderer package supports various effects that can be applied to the rendered videos. Some of the supported effects are:

  • Blur
  • Grayscale
  • Rotate
  • Resize

API Reference

The Thinkitive Video Renderer package provides the following methods:

  • setInputFile(filePath: string): void – Sets the input video file.
  • setOutputFile(filePath: string): void – Sets the output video file.
  • applyEffect(effectName: string, options: object): void – Applies a customizable effect with the specified options.
  • render(): Promise<void> – Starts the video rendering process.

Examples

Here are some examples demonstrating the usage of the Thinkitive Video Renderer package:

Example 1: Basic Usage

In this example, we will demonstrate the basic usage of the Thinkitive Video Renderer package:

  1. Import the required modules:

“`javascript
import VideoRenderer from ‘thinkitive-video-renderer’;
“`

  1. Create an instance of the VideoRenderer:

“`javascript
const videoRenderer = new VideoRenderer(‘your_license_key’);
“`

  1. Set the input and output video files:

“`javascript
videoRenderer.setInputFile(‘path/to/input/video.mp4’);
videoRenderer.setOutputFile(‘path/to/output/video.mp4’);
“`

  1. Start the video rendering process:

“`javascript
videoRenderer.render();
“`

Example 2: Applying Effects

In this example, we will demonstrate how to apply customizable effects using the Thinkitive Video Renderer package:

  1. Import the required modules:

“`javascript
import VideoRenderer from ‘thinkitive-video-renderer’;
“`

  1. Create an instance of the VideoRenderer:

“`javascript
const videoRenderer = new VideoRenderer(‘your_license_key’);
“`

  1. Set the input and output video files:

“`javascript
videoRenderer.setInputFile(‘path/to/input/video.mp4’);
videoRenderer.setOutputFile(‘path/to/output/video.mp4’);
“`

  1. Apply the ‘blur’ effect:

“`javascript
videoRenderer.applyEffect(‘blur’, { amount: 5 });
“`

  1. Start the video rendering process:

“`javascript
videoRenderer.render();
“`

Support

If you have any questions or issues regarding the Thinkitive Video Renderer package, please contact our support team at support@thinkitivevideorenderer.com.

Conclusion

The Thinkitive Video Renderer package provides a powerful solution for rendering videos with customizable effects. With its simple API and extensive documentation, you can easily integrate the package into your projects and enhance your video rendering capabilities.