Python Streaming

Open-source Python projects categorized as Streaming

Top 23 Python Streaming Projects

    Project mention: TwitchAdSolutions – Blocking Twitch Ads | | 2024-04-15

    It doesn't look like Streamlink is immune to the challenges of Twitch ads:

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  • river

    🌊 Online machine learning in Python

  • Project mention: River: Online Machine Learning in Python | | 2024-05-12
  • tribler

    Privacy enhanced BitTorrent client with P2P content discovery

  • Project mention: Tribler: An attack-resilient micro-economy for media | | 2024-04-25

    I noticed that too:

    But not much else about it. Would be interested to read more. Using torrent seeding as a form of Proof-of-Work that rewards tokens is actually an interesting use case for cryptocurrency, and not as energy-hungry.

  • vidgear

    A High-performance cross-platform Video Processing Python framework powerpacked with unique trailblazing features :fire:

  • Project mention: Why HTTP/3 is eating the world | | 2023-10-05

    My experience that played out over the last few weeks lead me to a similar belief, somewhat. For rather uninteresting reasons I decided I wanted to create mp4 videos of an animation programmatically, from scratch.

    The first solution suggested when googling around is to just create all the frames, save them to disk, and then let ffmpeg do its thing from there. I would have just gone with that for a one-off task, but it seems like a pretty bad solution if the video is long, or high res, or both. Plus, what I really wanted was to build something more "scalable/flexible".

    Maybe I didn't know the right keywords to search for, but there really didn't seem to be many options for creating frames, piping them straight to an encoder, and writing just the final video file to disk. The only one I found that seemed like it could maybe do it the way I had in mind was VidGear[1] (Python). I had figured that with the popularity of streaming, and video in general on the web, there would be so much more tooling for these sorts of things.

    I ended up digging way deeper into this than I had intended, and built myself something on top of Membrane[2] (Elixir)


  • smart_open

    Utils for streaming large files (S3, HDFS, gzip, bz2...)

  • yt-dlc

    media downloader and library for various sites.

  • Project mention: “YouTube-dlc” the fork of the port from “YouTube-dl” | | 2023-08-26
  • pathway

    Python ETL framework for stream processing, real-time analytics, LLM pipelines, and RAG.

  • Project mention: Show HN: Pathway – Build Mission Critical ETL and RAG in Python (NATO, F1 Used) | | 2024-06-13

    The main factor impacting the RAM requirement of the instance is the size of the data that you feed into it, especially if you need an in-memory index. (If you are curious about peak memory use etc., you can profile Pathway memory use in Grafana:

    One point to clarify is that "Pathway Community" is self-hosted, and the "8GB RAM - 4 cores" value is just a limit on the dimension of your own/cloud machine that the framework will effectively use. Currently, if you would like to get a "free" cloud machine to go with your project, we suggest going for "Pathway Scale" and reaching out through the #Developer Assist link - add a mention that you are interested in cloud credits. You can also go with 3rd party hosting providers like who have a (somewhat modest) free tier for Docker instances, or reasonably priced ones like

  • InfluxDB

    Power Real-Time Data Analytics at Scale. Get real-time insights from all types of time series data with InfluxDB. Ingest, query, and analyze billions of data points in real-time with unbounded cardinality.

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  • edl

    Inofficial Qualcomm Firehose / Sahara / Streaming / Diag Tools :)

  • Project mention: Rooting the Boox Tab Mini C | /r/Onyx_Boox | 2023-10-29

    Open up QFIL (which should have been installed as part of the QPST tool). Click "Configuration" -> "FireHose Configuration" and in the window which pops up change the "Device Type" to UFS as informed by the article here "". The article indicates that the device uses UFS2.1 as it's storage protocol. It also indicates that the device uses a Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ 662. In order to properly program the chip we need an appropriate programmer which is ``. The driver to communicate with the Qualcomm chip was originally found in a git thread ( attached to a comment as `` here: To use this change the "Select Build Type" to be "Flat Build" and then click "Browse" for the "Programmer Path" and point it to ``.

  • Twitch-Channel-Points-Miner-v2

    A simple script that will watch a stream for you and earn the channel points.

  • gridplayer

    Play videos side-by-side

  • streaming

    A Data Streaming Library for Efficient Neural Network Training (by mosaicml)

  • Project mention: FLaNK Stack Weekly 12 February 2024 | | 2024-02-12
  • hidamari

    Video wallpaper for Linux. Written in Python. 🐍

  • xbmc

    Prime Video Addon for Kodi Media Center (by Sandmann79)

  • kawaii-player

    Multimedia player, media library manager and portable media server with PC-To-PC casting feature.

  • zipfly

    Python Zip Stream

  • radio-active

    Play any radios around the globe right from the terminal :zap:

  • Project mention: radio-active: Play any radios from the terminal | | 2023-11-27
  • DXcam

    A Python high-performance screen capture library for Windows using Desktop Duplication API

  • Botflix

    🎥 Stream your favorite movie from the terminal!

  • python-tidal

    Python API for TIDAL music streaming service

  • Project mention: Tidal Web API? | /r/TIdaL | 2023-06-17

    Maybe this?

  • overpass

    A self-hosted live video streaming platform with Discord authentication, auto-recording and more! (by GOATS2K)

  • supysonic

    Supysonic is a Python implementation of the Subsonic server API.

  • excludarr

    Excludarr manages your libraries in Radarr/Sonarr. It keeps track of your library and checks if your movies and series are also available on a configured streaming provider. It can exclude the movies and series that are available on a configured streaming provider. But it can also re-add movies and series if they are not streaming anymore.

  • buildflow

    BuildFlow, is an open source framework for building large scale systems using Python. All you need to do is describe where your input is coming from and where your output should be written, and BuildFlow handles the rest. No configuration outside of the code is required.

  • SaaSHub

    SaaSHub - Software Alternatives and Reviews. SaaSHub helps you find the best software and product alternatives

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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).

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

Project Stars
1 streamlink 9,684
2 river 4,831
3 tribler 4,719
4 vidgear 3,249
5 smart_open 3,109
6 yt-dlc 2,846
7 pathway 2,690
8 edl 1,447
9 Twitch-Channel-Points-Miner-v2 1,198
10 gridplayer 1,073
11 streaming 986
12 hidamari 906
13 xbmc 749
14 kawaii-player 604
15 zipfly 521
16 radio-active 460
17 DXcam 443
18 Botflix 418
19 python-tidal 389
20 overpass 345
21 supysonic 257
22 excludarr 191
23 buildflow 190

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