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Python VLC MediaPlayer – Toggle Teletext

  • Last Updated : 18 Aug, 2020

In this article we will see how we can get toggle the teletext in the MediaPlayer object in the python vlc module. VLC media player is a free and open-source portable cross-platform media player software and streaming media server developed by the VideoLAN project. MediPlyer object is the basic object in vlc module for playing the video. We can create a MediaPlayer object with the help of MediaPlayer method. Toggle teletext i.e transparent status on video output.

In order to do this we will use toggle_teletext method with the MediaPlayer object

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Syntax : media_player.toggle_teletext()



Argument : It takes no argument

Return : It returns None

Below is the implementation




# importing vlc module
import vlc
  
# importing time module
import time
  
  
# creating vlc media player object
media_player = vlc.MediaPlayer()
  
# media resource locator
mrl = "death_note.mkv"
  
# setting mrl to the media player
media_player.set_mrl(mrl)
  
  
# toggle teletext
media_player.toggle_teletext()
  
# start playing video
media_player.play()
  
# wait so the video can be played for 5 seconds
# irrespective for length of video
time.sleep(1)

Output :

Another example
Below is the implementation




# importing vlc module
import vlc
  
# importing time module
import time
  
# creating vlc media player object
media_player = vlc.MediaPlayer()
  
# media resource locator
mrl = "1.mp4"
  
# setting mrl to the media player
media_player.set_mrl(mrl)
  
# toggle teletext
media_player.toggle_teletext()
  
  
# start playing video
media_player.play()
  
# wait so the video can be played for 5 seconds
# irrespective for length of video
time.sleep(1)

Output :




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