Customizable video storyboard generator with metadata report
Main documentation on Read the Docs: http://storyboard.rtfd.org
Caution: Development has been deferred indefinitely as of July 23, 2015. However, contributions are welcome, and the maintainer will review pull requests in a timely manner.
storyboard is an FFmpeg-based customizable video storyboard generator with metadata reporting directly embedded in the generated images. Reported metadata fields include, but are not limited to, title, filename, file size, SHA-1 digest, container format, duration, pixel dimension, display aspect ratio (DAR), scan type (progressive, interlaced, or telecined), frame rate, and per-stream metadata (type, codec, profile, dimensions, bitrate, etc.). Scroll down for a few sample storyboards.
Note that this README only provides an overview and summary of the topics listed below. For more details, follow the main article link in each section.
Main article: http://storyboard.rtfd.org/en/latest/index.html
storyboard was inspired by the storyboards I frequently encounter on video-sharing Internet forums, mostly generated by proprietary video players. Those storyboards often come with video/file metadata bundled, which I see as a great all-in-one solution for video sharing, saving one the labor of typing multiple console commands, copying and pasting output, and worrying about the forum’s crappy formatting. However, I, for one, dislike proprietary players. Also, those storyboards are usually ugly and uninformative, using stupid fonts and lacking crucial information that hackers look for (e.g., hash). Therefore, I developed this customizable storyboard generator for hackers.
Main article: http://storyboard.rtfd.org/en/latest/install.html
End users should use pip:
pip install storyboard
Developers should clone the git repo for docs, tests, and more.
Main article: http://storyboard.rtfd.org/en/latest/cli.html
This package installs two console scripts, metadata and storyboard. You may find documentation of both using the -h,--help option. Extensive documentation is also available for both:
By the way, the default invocation is really simple (for both): just supply one or more video paths.
Main article: http://storyboard.rtfd.org/en/latest/sample.html
Main article: http://storyboard.rtfd.org/en/latest/issue.html
Please use the GitHub issue tracker: https://github.com/zmwangx/storyboard/issues.
This package comes with SourceCodePro-Regular.otf as the default font, which is subject to the license of the Source Code Pro font family. See LICENSE.txt for details.
Source code in this package is released under the MIT license.
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