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Quick and simple video obfuscation

Project description

Sanzan

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Quick and simple video obfuscation

Demo

Encrypted Video:

Encrypted

Decrypted Video:

Decrypted

Installation

pip install sanzan

Usage

Encryption

With password

sz -e original.mp4 -o encrypted.mp4 -pw <password>

With randomly generated key

sz -e original.mp4 -o encrypted.mp4

On streams

sz -e https://youtu.be/dQw4w9WgXcQ -o encrypted.mp4

Decryption

With password

sz -d encrypted.mp4 -o decrypted.mp4 -pw <password>

With keyfile

sz -d encrypted.mp4 -o decrypted.mp4 -k <keyfile>

More Usage

When encrypting, use the optional -k flag to specify the path of the generated keyfile.

sz -e original.mp4 -o encrypted.mp4 -k <generated keyfile>

Use the optional -p flag to view a real time preview of the output. This flag can be used alone or along with the -o argument.

sz -d encrypted.mp4 -o decrypted.mp4 -k <keyfile> -p

Use the optional -s flag to hide the progress bar. Might improve performance.

Note

  • cv2.waitKey is unable to maintain a consistent playback framerate for cv2.imshow.
  • Audio is not yet supported.

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