You can use settings functions to configure custom transcoding templates, watermark templates, and MPS queues.

Custom transcoding template

  1. Log on to the Media Processing console.
  2. Click Settings.
  3. Select the region.
  4. Click Transcoding Templates, and click Create to create a custom transcoding template.

  5. Select the Output Format.

    Set the Template Name and File Format.



    Note For more information about the supported transcoding output formats, see Supported formats.
  6. Set the Video Parameters.

    Note If you select Disable Video, the output file does not include video information. This option is applicable when audio information is extracted from a video file. For more information about the video transcoding parameters, see Video parameters.
  7. Set the Audio Parameters.

    Note If you select Disable Video, the output file does not include video information. This option is applicable when audio information is extracted from a video file. For more information about the video transcoding parameters, see Audio parameters.
  8. Set the Conditional.

  9. Set the Container Parameters.

    The Container Parameters are set only when the output format is M3U8. You can set the slice duration of each TS file.



  10. Click OK. The template is created.

    You can view, edit, and delete transcoding parameter configurations in the transcoding template list.



Watermark transcoding template

  1. Click Watermark Templates > Create to create a watermark template.
    A maximum of 20 static images in PNG format can be added to an output video.

  2. Set the watermark template parameters.

    Note For more information about the watermark template parameters, see Watermark template parameters.
  3. Click OK, and the watermark template is created.

    You can view, edit, and delete parameter configurations in a watermark template in the watermark template list.



MPS queue

When a workflow is executed, it separates transcoding and other operation nodes into independent transcoding tasks, and puts them in MPS Queues. An MPS queue schedules and executes tasks. If an MPS queue is in the Pause status, tasks generated by all workflows using this MPS queue wait in the MPS Queues.