Performant pythonic wrapper of unnecessarily painful opencv functionality (by ES-Alexander)

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  • [Discussion] Any other ways to find convergence of pixels by color?
    2 projects | /r/opencv | 10 Jan 2023
    If that’s of interest, OpenCV provides a detailed stitching example, although my revision is likely a fair amount easier to follow and understand (but it’s been optimised for video, so if you’re wanting to use it with minimal modification you’ll need to provide your images in a sequence where each image has overlap with the one before it, not in a random order).
  • Image stitching
    3 projects | /r/learnpython | 12 Mar 2022
  • Removing sections of video that matches a certain frame.
    3 projects | /r/learnpython | 30 Sep 2021
    My guess would be this will be much easier to get up and running if you use the VideoReader class from (my OpenCV wrapper library) pythonic-cv, since it allows easily iterating directly through videos, processing frames, skipping frames if you want to, and accessing the fps and current timestamp as properties (assuming your videos are in a format that specifies its fps, and allows frame jumping).
  • How to encode, send, receive and decode and display a video stream using python?
    2 projects | /r/learnpython | 28 Sep 2021
    Indeed, both ffmpeg and gstreamer are known for their efficiency and power with handling all sorts of video and image streaming pipelines, but are unfortunately also known for having rather steep initial learning curves. If you have an alternative that's "good enough" for your purposes then I'd say stick with that unless/until you require better performance. I'd help but don't have the time at the moment unfortunately. I'm hoping at some point to integrate easy streaming into pythonic-cv, but I'm booked up with work and other projects at the moment.
  • I need to take a screenshot of specific area in a different screen
    2 projects | /r/learnpython | 23 Jun 2021
    In case you end up going the way of more in-depth image processing stuff with OpenCV (e.g. machine learning models, or things like game automation) my library pythonic-cv makes it easier to efficiently process video streams from cameras or video files, and has mss integration to support using your screen as a video stream input :-)
  • Just About Performance! [Question]
    2 projects | /r/opencv | 23 Jun 2021
    That was one of the main reasons I made my library pythonic-cv - I had solved the problem once (not super well), and realised I was going to have to do it again repeatedly, and thought that was a waste of time. While I was at it I added some additional nice features like iterating over a camera/video stream, using a context manager to handle cleaning it up/releasing it afterwards, and convenient processing and threaded recording loops. I've recently also added mss integration so you can use your screen as a video input in the same way as a camera or video file.
  • [QUESTION][PYTHON] Matching in a specific region of an image
    2 projects | /r/opencv | 21 Jun 2021
    You mentioned trying to process the screen as a video source, so you might be interested in my library pythonic-cv - It's got mss integration, you'd likely be most interested in the LockedScreen class, which has the same interface as LockedCamera.
  • [Question] Action Recognition in a video with Python
    2 projects | /r/opencv | 1 Jun 2021
    If it's at all relevant, I've since generalised and improved the video-processing boilerplate code I used there and turned it into my library pythonic-cv, which basically simplifies the process of setting up and working with OpenCV video streams (from cameras, video files, or your screen), and provides some extra efficiency benefits if you're wanting to view and/or save a stream as you process it.
  • Strange PIL error
    2 projects | /r/learnpython | 1 Jun 2021
    If you're interested in doing this as a realtime processing thing, you might be interested in my library pythonic-cv, which provides a pythonic and efficient wrapper for OpenCV video streams and allows using mss as a backend, which means you get to focus on the processing instead of setting up the video stuff.
  • Are there any project ideas, which produces some cool visuals?
    2 projects | /r/learnpython | 18 Apr 2021
    As a bit of fun, have a look at my kaleidoscope generator, and this example I posted about when releasing my library pythonic-cv.
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ES-Alexander/pythonic-cv is an open source project licensed under MIT License which is an OSI approved license.

The primary programming language of pythonic-cv is Python.

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