On Thu, Jul 12, 2012 at 6:38 AM, Otto Fajardo
I don't remember very well, but I think that one disadvantage of pyglet could be that it does not allow to seek precisely to a frame number, but it does seeking with time or something like this, that happens to be not very precise. For my application I need to retrieve a frame in the sequence with precision ...
By the way, there is also ffms, based in ffmpegsource, and also does the job. This for python 2.7, for 2.6 there is pyffmpeg.
2012/7/12 Brian Holt
I've been using Pyglet to do the same job... Here is a gist: gist.github.com/3097115
If its useful, I could put in a PR.
I think it would be great to have enhanced support for videos. Otto: I would definitely like to see ffmpeg support. Do you have any comments about the two wrappers in addition to version support? Brian: I think a Pyglet plugin would be useful even if it has the problems that Otto mentions. These video backends tend to be pretty difficult to install on certain systems, so anything to lower the barrier for entry would be good. -Tony