Python Anime

Open-source Python projects categorized as Anime

Top 23 Python Anime Projects

  • nyaa

    Bittorrent software for cats

  • manga-image-translator

    Translate manga/image 一键翻译各类图片内文字

    Project mention: [DISC] - The angel who came to pick me up is a Gal (Oneshot by Shiraishi Kouhei) | /r/manga | 2023-09-06

    OCR works pretty good., and are all pretty nice.

  • Mergify

    Updating dependencies is time-consuming.. Solutions like Dependabot or Renovate update but don't merge dependencies. You need to do it manually while it could be fully automated! Add a Merge Queue to your workflow and stop caring about PR management & merging. Try Mergify for free.

  • anime-downloader

    A simple but powerful anime downloader and streamer.

  • Anime2Sketch

    A sketch extractor for anime/illustration.

  • BallonsTranslator

    深度学习辅助漫画翻译工具, 支持一键机翻和简单的图像/文本编辑 | Yet another computer-aided comic/manga translation tool powered by deeplearning

    Project mention: Ch. 57 English Translation | /r/InterspeciesReviewers | 2023-04-29


  • QualityScaler

    QualityScaler - image/video deeplearning upscaling for any GPU

    Project mention: QualityScaler 2.4 - image/video AI upscaler app | /r/madeinpython | 2023-09-03
  • Hama.bundle

    Plex HTTP Anidb Metadata Agent (HAMA)

    Project mention: Help Ordering Dragon Ball | /r/PleX | 2023-07-11
  • InfluxDB

    Collect and Analyze Billions of Data Points in Real Time. Manage all types of time series data in a single, purpose-built database. Run at any scale in any environment in the cloud, on-premises, or at the edge.

  • animdl

    A highly efficient, fast, powerful and light-weight anime downloader and streamer for your favorite anime.

    Project mention: Does anyone have anime websites recommendations without ads? | /r/anime | 2023-07-10

    If you're tech-savvy, you can try animdl, which is a command line tool. No browser, no ads. To directly stream with the default provider AllAnime: animdl stream 'Your Anime Name'

  • Monkey-DL (Anime Downloader)

    Bulk download your favourite anime episodes from your favourite anime websites

  • talking-head-anime-3-demo

    Demo Programs for the "Talking Head(?) Anime from a Single Image 3: Now the Body Too" Project

    Project mention: What would I use to create a chatbot but with an animated face of a man i created with Stable Diffusion - and also do it from my local pc, not any other websites etc. Anyone have any ideas on this? | /r/StableDiffusion | 2023-06-05

    Talking Head. This is the visual of converting the image into an animated character. This is honestly the hard part. There's vmagicmirror for 3d model vrm/vroid characters. And for anime characters there's talking head anime 3 if you modify it a bit. But other than that there's basically nothing. Some online services can do it for you but not local/offline.

  • Search Engine Parser

    Lightweight package to query popular search engines and scrape for result titles, links and descriptions

  • Face-tracking-with-Anime-characters

    Hello! I have made a Python project where YURI from the game doki doki literature club accesses the webcam and stares directly into the players soul. Hope you enjoy!

    Project mention: Science Fair Project Ideas For My Sister | /r/gatech | 2022-10-12

    You can also see a fun face tracking project I made, but computer vision might be too much for middle school

  • Chocolate

    The future of media manager

    Project mention: Chocolate: Open-Source Media Manager | /r/hypeurls | 2023-04-15
  • Yuno

    Yuno is context based search engine for anime.

  • anime-face-detector

    Anime Face Detector using mmdet and mmpose

  • PlexAniSync

    Sync Plex anime library to AniList

    Project mention: [Jellyfin] Suivi et synchronisation aniliste | /r/enfrancais | 2023-05-17
  • AMSA

    A Plex anime agent using TVDB and AniDB data

    Project mention: Create a new library for Anime or keep within TV library? | /r/PleX | 2023-05-10

    I have my TV library pointed at /media/tv obviously, and the anime shows are "loose" in there. I read that the ordering and stuff can be different, and it has been when i've used Sonarr, but then I found this: Plex Anime Multi-source Agent, and thought I could create a new library.

  • jikanpy

    Python wrapper for the Jikan API

  • AIwaifu

    Open-Waifu open-sourced finetunable customizable simpable AI waifu inspired by neuro-sama

    Project mention: an AI waifu who can chat in English and speak to you in Japanese! with animation (also lewdable) | /r/AnimeResearch | 2023-04-09

    Repo Link:

  • RealScaler

    RealScaler - image/video AI upscaler app (Real-ESRGAN)

    Project mention: QualityScaler & RealESRScaler 9.0 | image/video AI upscaler apps | /r/itchio | 2022-12-21
  • CoreProject

    A modern anime streaming site

    Project mention: How I recreated `svelte` `blur` effect using `alpine.js` and `tailwind.css` | /r/django | 2023-06-22

    Hi, Great question. Actually i used django + alpinejs to create this effect. If you go to the repo mentioned in the blog, you can see the full backend :)

  • encode-scripts

    Scripts of our encodes

    Project mention: Google Quietly Added HEVC Support in Chrome | | 2022-10-25

    This'll be long-winded excitement to talk about the weird little community, but I think a lot of that depends on the circles you run in and the content you consume.

    There is surely a lot of low-effort GUI handbrake encodes online. But most of the """well-respected""" piracy groups put a surprising amount of effort into filtering and such to correct artifacts, both due to the compression and due to the source material itself.

    A lot of these people are using tools like VapourSynth with a variety of scripts they've put together and x264 or x265 directly rather than ffmpeg. You can see a couple of guides written about some of the processes they perform:

    - <> (all video content)

    - <> (anime-focused)

    And some links to the kinds of filtering code pirates write for movies/tv/anime:

    - <> (MANY VapourSynth and AviSynth scripts for both live-action content and anime)

    - <>

    And while not directly related to the encoding side of things, but if any of that is interesting, in addition to the encoding side of things, pirate fansubs also get pretty complex, particularly for anime since, unlike the unstyled SRT subs most people come across for foreign movies online, anime fansubs tend to use ASS [1] subtitles with lots of styling to accomplish things like cleanly replacing Japanese text in a letter someone is reading or adding non-distracting subtitles for background text (e.g., signs on buildings, etc).

    To do a lot of that, though, these subtitles often pack fonts into the video container to allow the media player to render things as expected without resorting to "hardsubbing" (i.e., pre-rendering the subtitles into the video itself)—which is one of many reasons container formats like Matroska (MKV) is so popular in those communities.

    An interesting thing to see come out of that is that I have noticed some fansubbing groups move to proper build tools, like Gradle, to automate portions of their workflows. As an example, SubKt, a Gradle plugin, allows them to essentially have CI/CD for their subtitling projects by doing integrity checks on the fonts, linting the subtitles/fonts to ensure the selected fonts actually have glyphs for all the text, templating and merging so that different team members can work on things like the script/timing while another does styling, and then packaging and publishing tasks to bundle everything up into an MKV at the end and upload the result to torrent sites.

    If any of that is interesting, here are some links to SubKt + some real-world finished projects making use of it:

    - <>

  • nyaadownloader

    ⚡️ A tool to download multiple torrents or transfer magnets from

    Project mention: NyaaDownloader - A tool to download multiple torrents from Nyaa at a time! (with a graphical user interface) | /r/trackers | 2022-10-09

    LINK :

  • Sonar

    Write Clean Python Code. Always.. Sonar helps you commit clean code every time. With over 225 unique rules to find Python bugs, code smells & vulnerabilities, Sonar finds the issues while you focus on the work.

NOTE: The open source projects on this list are ordered by number of github stars. The number of mentions indicates repo mentiontions in the last 12 Months or since we started tracking (Dec 2020). The latest post mention was on 2023-09-06.

Python Anime related posts


What are some of the best open-source Anime projects in Python? This list will help you:

Project Stars
1 nyaa 3,110
2 manga-image-translator 2,428
3 anime-downloader 1,898
4 Anime2Sketch 1,811
5 BallonsTranslator 1,370
6 QualityScaler 1,320
7 Hama.bundle 1,129
8 animdl 1,020
9 Monkey-DL (Anime Downloader) 774
10 talking-head-anime-3-demo 728
11 Search Engine Parser 406
12 Face-tracking-with-Anime-characters 390
13 Chocolate 389
14 Yuno 365
15 anime-face-detector 303
16 PlexAniSync 230
17 AMSA 223
18 jikanpy 195
19 AIwaifu 176
20 RealScaler 127
21 CoreProject 91
22 encode-scripts 84
23 nyaadownloader 79
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