Given input image, we could generate ASCII art stored under text format in different languages (.txt)
Given input image, we could generate ASCII art stored under image formats in different languages (.png, .jpg, ...). In each format, there are 2 options: Black background and white characters, or vice versa
Given input video, we could generate ASCII art stored under video formats in different languages (.avi, .mp4, ...)
Video/image outputs could be in grayscale or color format. It is totally up to you.
Butter is a browser extension that skips sponsored content in YouTube videos. It does this by watching them before you do. Because you deserve butter.
Butter uses machine learning to detect sponsored content. Instead of looking at keywords or the metadata provided by Google, it analyzes the video content itself. This allows Butter to detect sponsored segments even if the creator doesn't mention them explicitly. Other browser extensions rely on manual, human work to achieve that, but Butter is not that smart.
Butter is an experiment that proved to be more useful than I expected, so I decided to share it.
- In chrome, go to:
- Select "Install unpacked extension".
- Select the
dist/ folder of this repository.
This is a freely available online course on neuroscience for people with a machine learning background. The aim is to bring together these two fields that have a shared goal in understanding intelligent processes. Rather than pushing for “neuroscience-inspired” ideas in machine learning, the idea is to broaden the conceptions of both fields to incorporate elements of the other in the hope that this will lead to new, creative thinking.
The course is given in person at the Department for Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Imperial College London, and made freely available online (although without the practical classes).
Each week there are a series of videos to watch on YouTube, and a set of exercises available as a Jupyter notebook that can be run locally or via Google Colab. Students at Imperial College can discuss on Teams, and for everyone else there is an open Discord server.
I learn much better from text than from videos.
Youtube-to-Webpage is a Perl script to create a webpage from a Youtube video with a transcript generated from the video's closed captions paired with screenshots of the video.
The project is built upon:
MediaCMS is a modern, fully featured open source video and media CMS. It is developed to meet the needs of modern web platforms for viewing and sharing media. It can be used to build a small to medium video and media portal within minutes.
It is built mostly using the modern stack Django + React and includes a REST API.
Designed for personal use only. If you want people to be able to create accounts, you can do that. If you want it to be "everybody but me can only watch thigns," you can do that. If you want the entire install to be private and requiring logins from everybody, you can do that, too.
Harmonoid is a new-generation personal media management application. It's a webapp but thankfully it's not more Electron webshit. Unfortunately, more Discord instead of documentation bullshit. Play and manage your music library. Uses mpv as its playback system. Metadata manager. Strictly follows Material design. Small, low memory usage.
All the talks at PyCon 2022 on Youtube.
U Can Beat Video Games is a YouTube channel for all of us! Have you ever wanted to get better at video games, but every video requires players to have super human abilities? On UCBVG, watch Kylo take on titles like Castlevania, Mega Man, or Zelda, and learn strategies that anyone can use for these games and more!
An online store selling recordings of the weird and offbeat, from Terence McKenna to John Lilly to Faustin Bray.
A fork of youtube-dlc with additional features and fixes. SponSkrub integration to remove sponsor sections in videos. Output file format sorting. Merges in some nifty options from other forks of the original youtube-dl. Adds a few new extractors.
Vileo is a simple video recording tool for recording your screen, your webcam or audio devices. It works from within your browser and can be started right away! Install a copy yourself or use the demo version (which is hosted as a Github Page, so it doesn't have much in the way of a back-end).
Live demo: https://lukasbach.github.io/vileo/
There is a native Arch Linux package, too.
A utility written in Python which lets you upload videos to a Peertube instance from the command line.
Repository containing useful links for all things Physical Security.
The basic concept is that users register channels where connected viewers can watch videos from different video hosts (e.g., YouTube, Twitch) and the playback is synchronized for all the viewers in the channel.
Each channel has a playlist where users can queue up videos to play, as well as an integrated chatroom for discussion.
The official server is located at https://cytu.be, but there are other public servers hosted for various communities.
Built using node.js, requires MySQL as its back-end.
Baresip is a portable and modular SIP User-Agent with audio and video support. Tries to be a Swiss Army knife for SIP and VoIP. Supports encryption. Has an embedded web server with an HTTP (REST?) API for controlling the utility. Modular architecture.
An extremely high resolution graphics-to-text art utility/library/converter. Aims to be much better than aalib or caca. You can even watch videos rendered into text in realtime. Tries to be cross-platform.
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