I can’t believe I didn’t write about this before. I usually do this, at least 2 times per month, and hey, now it’s on the blog for my future reference.
Simple Scenario: Open a video file and export each frame as an image.
- The sample uses OpenCV. I wrote a lot how to install and use OpenCV.
- The video file must be in the same folder of the python file.
- Create a folder [IMG] in the same path to store the exported images.
Then you run it and have something like this
And a super simple piece of code
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|# Copyright (c) 2022|
|# Author : Bruno Capuano|
|# Create Time : 2022 January|
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|# – Open a video file and export each frame as an image.|
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|# Open Video File|
|video_capture = cv2.VideoCapture("Video.mp4")|
|# frame counter|
|i = 0|
|ret, frame = video_capture.read()|
|i = i + 1|
|imgNumber = str(i).zfill(5)|
|name = './img/frame_' + str(imgNumber) + '.jpg'|
|print ('Creating…' + name)|
|# writing the extracted images|
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