Aspose.Slides for Python 23.3 Release Notes

KeySummaryCategoryRelated Documentation
SLIDESPYNET-89Use Aspose.Slides for Net 23.3 featuresEnhancement
SLIDESPYNET-74Shapes from an SVG image are imported as a black rectangleBug

Public API Changes

Animation timing settings: Rewind when done playing - Timing.rewind has been added

The ITiming.rewind attribute has been added to specify whether an effect will rewind after playing.

Rewind when done playing


with slides.Presentation("demo.pptx") as presentation:
    #  Gets the effects sequence for the first slide
    effectsSequence = presentation.slides[0].timeline.main_sequence

    # Gets the first effect of the main sequence.
    effect = effectsSequence[0]

    # Turns the effect Timing/Rewind on.
    effect.timing.rewind = True

Trim Video Settings: VideoFrame trim_from_end and trim_from_start have been added

VideoFrame.trim_from_end and VideoFrame.trim_from_start have been added to manage Trim Video settings.

Trim Video settings


with slides.Presentation() as pres:
    slide = pres.slides[0]
    with open("video.mp4", "rb") as in_file:
        video = pres.videos.add_video(in_file)

    videoFrame = slide.shapes.add_video_frame(0, 0, 100, 100, video)

    # sets the trimming start time to 1sec
    videoFrame.trim_from_start = 1000

    # sets the triming end time to 2sec
    videoFrame.trim_from_end = 2000

ChartDataPoint.index property has been added

To allow you determine what parent’s children collection this data point applies to, the ChartDataPoint.index property has been added.


with slides.Presentation("pres.pptx") as presentation:
    chart = presentation.slides[0].shapes[0]
    for dataPoint in chart.chart_data.series[0].data_points:
        print(f"Point with index {dataPoint.index} is applied to {dataPoint.value}")