Videogrep 2.0 is out!

Here's a tutorial about how you can use it to automatically make supercuts on the command line:

I've also included a few examples of using videogrep from within python, like this script which makes supercuts from youtube searches:

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This looks wonderful! I must make some time to explore it.

@sam Oh dang, this is rad, and the result is pretty impressive!

A few misfires of course, but a strong opener, and some standout sections: Crash Crouse with John Green section starting at 0:59, exquisite paper-cutout-style illustrated ASMR-adjacent whispery section starting at 1:36, tired-of-capitalism two-chair bantery interview at 2:10.

Great results out of the gate, easy to see how with just a little editing you've got a really excellent supercut in no time. Slick!

@sam Oh, fantastic! Now Star Wars fans will finally be able to sieve out George Lucas' terrible dialogue lines! 😜 🍍 💫


Very cool!

In the name of reproducible Scientific Research, the NIST benchmark standard should be a unit test to replicate the Big Lebowski F'ing Short Version within +/- 1 F. :blobpopcorn:

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