The complete PySceneDetect Python API reference can be found in the PySceneDetect Manual which is located at:
There are two main modules:
Classes from main
- FrameTimecode - used to store timecodes as well as perform arithmetic on timecode values (addition/subtraction/comparison) with frame-accurate precision
- SceneManager - high-level manager to coordinate SceneDetector, VideoManager, and optionally, StatsManager objects
- VideoManager - used to load video(s) and provide seeking
- StatsManager - used to store/cache frame metrics to speed up subsequent scene detection runs on the same video, and optionally, save/load to/from a CSV file
- SceneDetector - base class used to implement detection algorithms (e.g. ContentDetector, ThresholdDetector)
SceneDetector objects available in the
- ThresholdDetector - detects fade-outs/fade-ins to/from black by looking at the intensity/brightness of the video
- ContentDetector - detects scene cuts/content changes by converting the video to the HSV colourspace
All functions are well documented with complete docstrs, and documentation can be found by calling help() from a Python REPL or browsing the complete PySceneDetect v0.5 API Reference below. Also note that auto-generated documentation (via the
pydoc command/module) can be generated.
The complete PySceneDetect Python API reference can be found here (link).