Python m3u8 parser
Python m3u8 parser.
The basic usage is to create a playlist object from uri, file path or directly from a string:
import m3u8 m3u8_obj = m3u8.load('http://videoserver.com/playlist.m3u8') # this could also be an absolute filename print m3u8_obj.segments print m3u8_obj.target_duration # if you already have the content as string, use m3u8_obj = m3u8.loads('#EXTM3U8 ... etc ... ')
All contribution is welcome, but we will merge a pull request if, and only if, it
- has tests
- follows the code conventions
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