I want to move an image in multiple steps, where the background is a video. Currently this is my code: Its a watermark that displays at the top left of the video, which quickly slides away to the left in a smooth fashion. However, I want it to “pop” out towards the right, before sliding all the way to the
According to the docs “If source is zero, this probe will be deactivated” But calling setSource(0) gives the following exception: Im running my code on raspberry pi 4 with Rpi Os Bullseye 64bit and PySide2 version 5.15.2. Example code: Answer The source object can be cleared like this: In C++, passing zero to a pointer argument means the function will
I have a function that returns a frame as result. I wanted to know how to make a video out of a for-loop with this function without saving every frame and then creating the video. What I have from now is something similar to: Then the video will be created as video.mp4 and I can access it on memory. I’m
I have been using pytube to create my youtube video downloader and after the video is done downloading and compiling and i play it, it plays for only a few seconds then just displays a still image while the audio continues in background These are the functions in file “module.py” And this is the “main.py” file: Answer I tried your
i’m trying to search songs based on song titles and artists names from youtube and trying to get the link of the 1st video that appeared in the search queue and download the video, but i’m facing this error. Can u help me to fix this error ? This is how I tried to implement….. [here, ‘titles’ is a list
I’m currently trying to play a sequence of ply models through open3d, but I’m having some issues with updating the geometry. Currently only the first image is shown, and the vis isn’t being updated. I’ve been trying to find some info on this, but most guides or other sections show that this should work? I’m not entirely sure what I’m
I try to merge 2 videos in Nuke. When I’m doing it in GUI everything is OK but when I’m doing it in python interpreter the result contains only the first frames of each video. What am I doing wrong in the code below? Answer Info for developers – ☢️ NUKE reads in video’s last frame value as 1 by
I was wondering what would happen if MPEG-4 tried to compress an image with completely random pixels. So I made an image with random pixels using Pillow in Python. The actual GIF: This isn’t animated as the animated one was too big. The colour of each pixel is completely random. As MPEG-4 should only blend in colours that are similar.
I am using python to do some basic image processing, and want to extend it to process a video frame by frame. I get the video as a blob from a server – .webm encoded – and have it in python as a byte string (b’x1aExdfxa3xa3Bx86x81x01Bxf7x81x01Bxf2x81x04Bxf3x81x08Bx82x88matroskaBx87x81x04Bx85x81x02x18Sx80gx01xffxffxffxffxffxffxffx15Ixa9fx99*xd7xb1x83x0fB@Mx80x86ChromeWAx86Chromex16Txaekxadxaexabxd7x81x01sxc5x87x04xe8xfcx16t^x8cx83x81x01x86x8fV_MPEG4/ISO/AVCxe0x88xb0x82x02x80xbax82x01xe0x1fCxb6ux01xffxffxffxffxffxff …). I know that there is cv.VideoCapture, which can do almost what I need.
I’ve installed ffprobe using the pip ffprobe command on my PC, and installed ffmpeg from here. However, I’m still having trouble running the code listed here. I try to use the following code unsuccessfully. Does anyone know what’s wrong? Am I not referencing the directories correctly? Do I need to make sure the .py and video files are in a