AddAudioEffect methods just like
MediaElement. (Although for some reason it has a method named
ClearEffects rather than
RemoveAllEffects. Both do the same thing.) It exposes simpler overloads that require only the
string ID of the effect, if you want the effect to be required and you don’t need to pass any settings. Therefore, you can replace the preceding example’s two lines of trimming code with the following line of code to add video stabilization to the source video file instead:
// Apply the video stabilization effecttranscoder.AddVideoEffect(VideoEffects.VideoStabilization);
The ability to insert effects makes the transcoding process completely extensible ...