Documentation
Table of contents

Enumeration VideoFrameQuality

VideoFrameQuality describes the quality of video frames.

  • JavaScript
  • Android
  • Objective-C
  • Swift
  • C++
enum EnumVideoFrameQuality {
   /**The frame quality is measured to be high.*/
   VFQ_HIGH = 0,
   /**The frame quality is measured to be low.*/
   VFQ_LOW = 1,
   /**The frame quality is unknown.*/
   VFQ_UNKNOWN = 2
}
@Retention(RetentionPolicy.CLASS)
public @interface EnumVideoFrameQuality {
   /**The frame quality is measured to be high.*/
   public static final int VFQ_HIGH = 0;
   /**The frame quality is measured to be low.*/
   public static final int VFQ_LOW = 1;
   /**The frame quality is unknown.*/
   public static final int VFQ_UNKNOWN = 2;
}
typedef NS_ENUM(NSInteger, DSVideoFrameQuality)
{
   /**The frame quality is measured to be high.*/
   VideoFrameQualityHigh,
   /**The frame quality is measured to be low.*/
   VideoFrameQualityLow,
   /**The frame quality is unknown.*/
   VideoFrameQualityUnknown
};
public enum VideoFrameQuality : Int
{
   /**The frame quality is measured to be high.*/
   high,
   /**The frame quality is measured to be low.*/
   low,
   /**The frame quality is unknown.*/
   unknown
}
typedef enum VideoFrameQuality {
   /**The frame quality is measured to be high.*/
   VFQ_HIGH,
   /**The frame quality is measured to be low.*/
   VFQ_LOW,
   /**The frame quality is unknown.*/
   VFQ_UNKNOWN
} VideoFrameQuality;

This page is compatible for:

Version 1.0

Is this page helpful?

YesYes NoNo

In this article:

latest version

    • Latest version (2.2.0)
    • Version 2.x
      • Version 2.0.30
      • Version 2.0.20
      • Version 2.0.10
      • Version 2.0.0
    Change +
    © 2003–2024 Dynamsoft. All rights reserved.
    Privacy Statement / Site Map / Home / Purchase / Support