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|slide-detector.py||1 anno fa|
Detect and extract slides in a video.
Slides are frames in the video that stay the same for several frames in
a row. They are dumped into the current directory with filenames of the
MM:SS is the timestamp of the first
frame showing the slide.
Usage: ./slide-detector.py VIDEO [x y w h] [slide_time_millis]
VIDEO is the video file. If you want to crop the video before
analysis, the next four arguments are the (x, y) coordinates of the
top-left of the crop rectangle and the (w, h) of its size (width and
slide_time_millis is how long a slide has to be on the
screen for it to count as a slide (default is
3000 = 3 seconds).
There’s no command-line option for it, but at the top of the file,
UI = False option. When
False the analysis is run at full
True, the video is shown (in multiple windows showing the
different stages of the analysis) at approximately 1x and the following
keyboard commands are available which can help figure out the proper
crop values and test:
x: rewind/fast-forward by 100 frames (usually ~3 seconds).
d: move the top-left corner by 10px and print the new x/y value.
D: move the top-left corner by 1px and print the new x/y value.
l: move the bottom-right corner by 10px and print the new w/h value.
L: move the bottom-right corner by 1px and print the new w/h value.