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Tuesday, September 19, 2023

Python Scripts for Automated Youtube Videos Generation

Youtube Video Screenshot Capture at Particular Time

To take a screenshot of a YouTube video at a particular minute or second input by the user, you can use Python along with libraries like selenium to interact with the web page and Pillow (PIL) to capture and save the screenshot. Make sure you have these libraries installed. You'll also need a web driver for Selenium (e.g., ChromeDriver).

Here's a Python script to achieve this:

import time

from selenium import webdriver

from import By

from PIL import Image

# Function to take a screenshot of a YouTube video

def capture_youtube_screenshot(video_url, time_in_seconds, output_file):

    # Initialize the Chrome web driver

    driver = webdriver.Chrome(executable_path='path/to/chromedriver')


        # Open the YouTube video in the web driver


        # Convert time to minutes and seconds

        minutes = time_in_seconds // 60

        seconds = time_in_seconds % 60

        # Seek to the specified time in the video

        seek_bar = driver.find_element(By.CSS_SELECTOR, '.ytp-progress-bar-container')

        driver.execute_script(f"arguments[0].style.width = '{(time_in_seconds / (duration + 1)) * 100}%';", seek_bar)

        # Wait for the video to load and seek to the specified time

        time.sleep(5)  # Adjust this delay if needed

        # Take a screenshot

        screenshot = driver.get_screenshot_as_png()

        # Save the screenshot as an image file

        with open(output_file, 'wb') as f:


        print(f'Screenshot saved to {output_file}')


        # Close the web driver


if __name__ == "__main__":

    video_url = input("Enter the YouTube video URL: ")

    time_in_seconds = int(input("Enter the time in seconds to capture the screenshot: "))

    output_file = input("Enter the output file name (e.g., screenshot.png): ")

    # Call the function to capture the screenshot

    capture_youtube_screenshot(video_url, time_in_seconds, output_file)

Make sure to replace 'path/to/chromedriver' with the actual path to the ChromeDriver executable on your system. You can download ChromeDriver from the official website:

This code will open the specified YouTube video, seek to the specified time, take a screenshot, and save it as the specified output file.

Python Script for Making Videos from Multiple Videos

To create a Python script that allows you to input multiple video names, start and end times for trimming, and then compile the trimmed videos into a new one, you can use the moviepy library. Make sure you have this library installed:

from import ffmpeg_extract_subclip

from moviepy.editor import VideoFileClip

def trim_video(input_file, output_file, start_time, end_time):

    # Convert start_time and end_time to milliseconds

    start_time_ms = start_time * 1000

    end_time_ms = end_time * 1000

    # Trim the video using ffmpeg

    ffmpeg_extract_subclip(input_file, start_time_ms, end_time_ms, targetname=output_file)

def compile_videos(input_video_list, output_file):

    video_clips = []


    # Load each input video and add it to the list

    for video_file in input_video_list:

        video_clip = VideoFileClip(video_file)



    # Concatenate the video clips to create the final video

    final_video = VideoFileClip.empty()

    for clip in video_clips:

        final_video = final_video.append(clip)


    # Write the final video to the output file

    final_video.write_videofile(output_file, codec='libx264')

    print(f'Compiled video saved as {output_file}')

if __name__ == "__main__":

    input_video_list = []

    num_videos = int(input("Enter the number of videos to compile: "))

    for i in range(num_videos):

        video_name = input(f"Enter the name of video {i + 1}: ")


    start_time = float(input("Enter the start time (in seconds) for trimming: "))

    end_time = float(input("Enter the end time (in seconds) for trimming: "))

    output_file = input("Enter the output file name (e.g., compiled_video.mp4): ")

    # Trim each input video and compile them into a single video

    trimmed_videos = []

    for i, video_file in enumerate(input_video_list):

        trimmed_file = f"trimmed_video_{i}.mp4"

        trim_video(video_file, trimmed_file, start_time, end_time)


    compile_videos(trimmed_videos, output_file)

This script allows you to input the names of multiple videos, specify the start and end times for trimming, and then compiles the trimmed videos into a single output file.

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