Source code for pptx.shapes.picture

# encoding: utf-8

"""Shapes based on the `p:pic` element, including Picture and Movie."""

from __future__ import (
    absolute_import, division, print_function, unicode_literals
)

from pptx.dml.line import LineFormat
from pptx.enum.shapes import MSO_SHAPE, MSO_SHAPE_TYPE, PP_MEDIA_TYPE
from pptx.shapes.base import BaseShape
from pptx.shared import ParentedElementProxy
from pptx.util import lazyproperty


class _BasePicture(BaseShape):
    """Base class for shapes based on a `p:pic` element."""

    def __init__(self, pic, parent):
        super(_BasePicture, self).__init__(pic, parent)
        self._pic = pic

    @property
    def crop_bottom(self):
        """|float| representing relative portion cropped from shape bottom.

        Read/write. 1.0 represents 100%. For example, 25% is represented by
        0.25. Negative values are valid as are values greater than 1.0.
        """
        return self._element.srcRect_b

    @crop_bottom.setter
    def crop_bottom(self, value):
        self._element.srcRect_b = value

    @property
    def crop_left(self):
        """|float| representing relative portion cropped from left of shape.

        Read/write. 1.0 represents 100%. A negative value extends the side
        beyond the image boundary.
        """
        return self._element.srcRect_l

    @crop_left.setter
    def crop_left(self, value):
        self._element.srcRect_l = value

    @property
    def crop_right(self):
        """|float| representing relative portion cropped from right of shape.

        Read/write. 1.0 represents 100%.
        """
        return self._element.srcRect_r

    @crop_right.setter
    def crop_right(self, value):
        self._element.srcRect_r = value

    @property
    def crop_top(self):
        """|float| representing relative portion cropped from shape top.

        Read/write. 1.0 represents 100%.
        """
        return self._element.srcRect_t

    @crop_top.setter
    def crop_top(self, value):
        self._element.srcRect_t = value

    def get_or_add_ln(self):
        """
        Return the `a:ln` element containing the line format properties XML
        for this `p:pic`-based shape.
        """
        return self._pic.get_or_add_ln()

    @lazyproperty
    def line(self):
        """
        An instance of |LineFormat|, providing access to the properties of
        the outline bordering this shape, such as its color and width.
        """
        return LineFormat(self)

    @property
    def ln(self):
        """
        The ``<a:ln>`` element containing the line format properties such as
        line color and width. |None| if no ``<a:ln>`` element is present.
        """
        return self._pic.ln


class Movie(_BasePicture):
    """A movie shape, one that places a video on a slide.

    Like |Picture|, a movie shape is based on the `p:pic` element. A movie is
    composed of a video and a *poster frame*, the placeholder image that
    represents the video before it is played.
    """

    @lazyproperty
    def media_format(self):
        """The |_MediaFormat| object for this movie.

        The |_MediaFormat| object provides access to formatting properties
        for the movie.
        """
        return _MediaFormat(self._element, self)

    @property
    def media_type(self):
        """Member of :ref:`PpMediaType` describing this shape.

        The return value is unconditionally `PP_MEDIA_TYPE.MOVIE` in this
        case.
        """
        return PP_MEDIA_TYPE.MOVIE

    @property
    def poster_frame(self):
        """Return |Image| object containing poster frame for this movie.

        Returns |None| if this movie has no poster frame (uncommon).
        """
        slide_part, rId = self.part, self._element.blip_rId
        if rId is None:
            return None
        return slide_part.get_image(rId)

    @property
    def shape_type(self):
        """Return member of :ref:`MsoShapeType` describing this shape.

        The return value is unconditionally ``MSO_SHAPE_TYPE.MEDIA`` in this
        case.
        """
        return MSO_SHAPE_TYPE.MEDIA


[docs]class Picture(_BasePicture): """A picture shape, one that places an image on a slide. Based on the `p:pic` element. """ @property def auto_shape_type(self): """Member of MSO_SHAPE indicating masking shape. A picture can be masked by any of the so-called "auto-shapes" available in PowerPoint, such as an ellipse or triangle. When a picture is masked by a shape, the shape assumes the same dimensions as the picture and the portion of the picture outside the shape boundaries does not appear. Note the default value for a newly-inserted picture is `MSO_AUTO_SHAPE_TYPE.RECTANGLE`, which performs no cropping because the extents of the rectangle exactly correspond to the extents of the picture. The available shapes correspond to the members of :ref:`MsoAutoShapeType`. The return value can also be |None|, indicating the picture either has no geometry (not expected) or has custom geometry, like a freeform shape. A picture with no geometry will have no visible representation on the slide, although it can be selected. This is because without geometry, there is no "inside-the-shape" for it to appear in. """ prstGeom = self._pic.spPr.prstGeom if prstGeom is None: # ---generally means cropped with freeform--- return None return prstGeom.prst @auto_shape_type.setter def auto_shape_type(self, member): MSO_SHAPE.validate(member) spPr = self._pic.spPr prstGeom = spPr.prstGeom if prstGeom is None: spPr._remove_custGeom() prstGeom = spPr._add_prstGeom() prstGeom.prst = member @property def image(self): """ An |Image| object providing access to the properties and bytes of the image in this picture shape. """ slide_part, rId = self.part, self._element.blip_rId if rId is None: raise ValueError('no embedded image') return slide_part.get_image(rId) @property def shape_type(self): """ Unique integer identifying the type of this shape, unconditionally ``MSO_SHAPE_TYPE.PICTURE`` in this case. """ return MSO_SHAPE_TYPE.PICTURE
class _MediaFormat(ParentedElementProxy): """Provides access to formatting properties for a Media object. Media format properties are things like start point, volume, and compression type. """