open web audio processing framework
TimeSide is a python framework enabling low and high level audio analysis, imaging, transcoding, streaming and labelling. Its high-level API is designed to enable complex processing on very large datasets of any audio or video assets with a plug-in architecture, a secure scalable backend and an extensible dynamic web frontend.
- Scaled audio computing (filtering, machine learning, etc)
- Web audio visualization
- Audio process prototyping
- Realtime and on-demand transcoding and streaming over the web
- Automatic segmentation and labelling synchronized with audio events
- Do asynchronous and fast audio processing with Python,
- Decode audio frames from any audio or video media format into numpy arrays,
- Analyze audio content with some state-of-the-art audio feature extraction libraries like Aubio, Yaafe and VAMP as well as some pure python processors
- Visualize sounds with various fancy waveforms, spectrograms and other cool graphers,
- Transcode audio data in various media formats and stream them through web apps,
- Serialize feature analysis data through various portable formats,
- Playback and interact on demand through a smart high-level HTML5 extensible player,
- Index, tag and annotate audio archives with semantic metadata (see Telemeta which embed TimeSide).
- Deploy and scale your own audio processing engine through any infrastructure
Funding and support
To fund the project and continue our fast development process, we need your explicit support. So if you use TimeSide in production or even in development, please let us know:
- star or fork the project on GitHub
- tweet something to @parisson_studio or @yomguy
- drop us an email <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Thanks for your help!
- Add Docker support for instant installation. This allows to run TimeSide now on any OS platform!
- Add Jupyter Notebook support for easy prototyping, experimenting and sharing (see the examples in the doc).
- Add an experimental web server and REST API based on Django REST Framework, Redis and Celery. This now provides a real web audio processing server with high scaling capabilities thanks to Docker (clustering) and Celery (multiprocessing).
- Start the development of a new player interface thanks to Angular and WavesJS.
- Huge cleanup of JS files. Please now use bower to get all JS dependencies as listed in settings.
- Add metadata export to Elan annotation files.
- Fix and improve some data structures in analyzer result containers.
- Many various bugfixes.
- fix django version to 1.6.10 (sync with Telemeta 1.5)
- Create a new module timeside.plugins and move processors therein: timeside.plugins.decoder,analyzer, timeside.plugins.encoder, timeside.plugins.fx
- WARNING: to properly manage the namespace packages structure, the TimeSide main module is now timeside.core and code should now be initialized with import timeside.core
- timeside.plugins is now a namespace package enabling external plugins to be automatically plugged into TimeSide (see for example timeside-diadems). This now makes TimeSide a real plugin host, yeah!
- A dummy timeside plugin will soon be provided for easy development start.
Move all analyzers developped by the partners of the Diadems project to a new repository: timeside-diadems
Many fixes for a better processing by Travis-CI
Add a dox file to test the docker building continously on various distributions
For older news, please visit: https://github.com/Parisson/TimeSide/blob/master/NEWS.rst
- General documentation : http://files.parisson.com/timeside/doc/
- Tutorials : http://files.parisson.com/timeside/doc/tutorials/index.html
- API : http://files.parisson.com/timeside/doc/api/index.html
- Publications : https://github.com/Parisson/Telemeta-doc
- Some online notebooks : http://mybinder.org/repo/thomasfillon/Timeside-demos
- Player / UI wiki : https://github.com/Parisson/TimeSide/wiki/Ui-Guide
- A player example : http://archives.crem-cnrs.fr/archives/items/CNRSMH_E_2004_017_001_01/
Thanks to Docker, TimeSide is now fully available for every platform as a docker image ready to work. The image includes all the necessary applications, modules and volumes to start your project in a few seconds.
Just install, Docker engine then pull the TimeSide image:
docker pull parisson/timeside:latest
That’s it! Now please go to the documentation to see how to use it.
If you need to user TimeSide outside a docker image please refer to the rules of the Dockerfile which is based on a Debian stable system. But we do not provide any kind of free support in this usercase anymore (the dependency list is now huge). To get commercial support in more various usecases, please reach the Parisson dev team.
Sponsors and Partners
- CNRS (National Center of Science Research, France)
- Huma-Num (big data equipment for digital humanities, ex TGE Adonis)
- CREM (french National Center of Ethomusicology Research, France)
- Université Pierre et Marie Curie (UPMC Paris, France)
- ANR (CONTINT 2012 project : DIADEMS)
- MNHN : Museum National d’Histoire Naturelle (Paris, France)
- Copyright (c) 2006, 2016 Parisson Sarl
- Copyright (c) 2006, 2016 Guillaume Pellerin
- Copyright (c) 2013, 2016 Thomas Fillon
- Copyright (c) 2010, 2014 Paul Brossier
- Copyright (c) 2013, 2014 Maxime Lecoz
- Copyright (c) 2013, 2014 David Doukhan
- Copyright (c) 2006, 2010 Olivier Guilyardi
TimeSide is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU Affero General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.
TimeSide is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU Affero General Public License for more details.
Read the LICENSE.txt file for more details.