Create Black White Videos Using FFmpeg and Python Script Masks are a common tool for image processing. They also are widely used in FFmpeg in the form of *.png images. After trying many example scripts using ffmpeg I surrendered to Python in order the make a pure black and white video required masking.
Example of Special Effects Videos with Code A few examples of masking being used to create special effect videos. Soon to be added code for creating Segmented Art Videos.
Youtube Video Tool Creating a Custom Terminal Prompt
Custom terminal prompts are not only attractive and fun, but very practical. If you do terminal screen captures for YouTube or you have one or more VPS services a custom terminal prompt is extremely useful. Follow this link for viewing examples, videos and code examples.
If you do screen captures for YouTube this is a handy script to allow both full screen capture and a 1280x720 area capture. Using a microphone is easily set up by finding the proper parameters. How to detect the imput is in the link.
If you do screen captures for YouTube this an excelant way to do stop motion video. Just set your parameters for the proper capture area then drag and drop and screen capture. Then using FFmpeg join the captured images into a video.
FFMEG Tutorial Create Circular Videos for Overlays
Circular videos are fun and unique. They may be added ad an overlay with voice to a silent video. They also may be used as a stand alone video in Instagram or other social network. Perhaps even as a silent moving ad in the corner of an existing video.
An example of how Jupyter notebook can be used to create and edit YouTube Videos. The videos acn be edited with fades and crossovers and the notebook keeps the scrips for future use. The notebook can also be used to view the video results. This is nice for Experimental Videos. You may even download the notebook. YouTube-Video-Toolkit