class aiogram.types.animation.Animation(*, file_id: str, file_unique_id: str, width: int, height: int, duration: int, thumbnail: PhotoSize | None = None, file_name: str | None = None, mime_type: str | None = None, file_size: int | None = None, **extra_data: Any)[source]#

This object represents an animation file (GIF or H.264/MPEG-4 AVC video without sound).


file_id: str#

Identifier for this file, which can be used to download or reuse the file

file_unique_id: str#

Unique identifier for this file, which is supposed to be the same over time and for different bots. Can’t be used to download or reuse the file.

width: int#

Video width as defined by sender

height: int#

Video height as defined by sender

duration: int#

Duration of the video in seconds as defined by sender

thumbnail: PhotoSize | None#

Optional. Animation thumbnail as defined by sender

file_name: str | None#

Optional. Original animation filename as defined by sender

mime_type: str | None#

Optional. MIME type of the file as defined by sender

file_size: int | None#

Optional. File size in bytes. It can be bigger than 2^31 and some programming languages may have difficulty/silent defects in interpreting it. But it has at most 52 significant bits, so a signed 64-bit integer or double-precision float type are safe for storing this value.