Python utility to capture android screen frames in real time and use with 3rd party libs like opencv.
Android Screen Buffer
Python package for streaming Android device's screen frames. This utility can be used to capture android screen frames in real time and use with 3rd party libs like opencv. Might be usefull in case you'd like to make processing or use screen frames in your python code (e.g to create reinforcement learning setups for android games).
How to install:
- First install and run minicap (thats really easy).
pip install asb
How to use:
from asb import AndroidScreenBuffer buff = AndroidScreenBuffer() buff.run() img = buff.get_last_frame() if img is not None: # Use image as you would like # e.g cv2.imshow('capture', img)
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