resize(clip, newsize=None, height=None, width=None, apply_to_mask=True)[source]¶
Returns a video clip that is a resized version of the clip.
- Can be either
(width,height)in pixels or a float representing
A scaling factor, like 0.5
A function of time returning one of these.
width of the new clip in pixel. The height is then computed so that the width/height ratio is conserved.
height of the new clip in pixel. The width is then computed so that the width/height ratio is conserved.
>>> myClip.resize( (460,720) ) # New resolution: (460,720) >>> myClip.resize(0.6) # width and heigth multiplied by 0.6 >>> myClip.resize(width=800) # height computed automatically. >>> myClip.resize(lambda t : 1+0.02*t) # slow swelling of the clip