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# !/usr/bin/python
# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
import os.path
import argparse
import numpy as np
from moviepy.editor import VideoFileClip, CompositeVideoClip
from import TextClip
from import AudioArrayClip
from import AudioFileClip
from mido import MidiFile, MetaMessage
Script written by jaflo
* MoviePy for video editing:
* OpenCV, Scipy, PIL, or Pillow for .resize()
* numpy for calculations:
* mido for MIDI file operations:
pip install moviepy numpy mido
usage: [-h] [-s SPEED] [-fo FADEOUT] [-r] [-m MAXSTACK]
input midi output
example: python dog.mp4 151186.mid megalovania.mp4
speedx, stretch, pitchshift from zulko (black magic if you ask me):
def speedx(snd_array, factor):
""" Speeds up / slows down a sound, by some factor. """
indices = np.round(np.arange(0, len(snd_array), factor))
indices = indices[indices < len(snd_array)].astype(int)
return snd_array[indices]
def stretch(snd_array, factor, window_size, h):
""" Stretches/shortens a sound, by some factor. """
phase = np.zeros(window_size)
hanning_window = np.hanning(window_size)
result = np.zeros(len(snd_array) / factor + window_size)
for i in np.arange(0, len(snd_array) - (window_size + h), h*factor):
# Two potentially overlapping subarrays
a1 = snd_array[i: i + window_size]
a2 = snd_array[i + h: i + window_size + h]
# The spectra of these arrays
s1 = np.fft.fft(hanning_window * a1)
s2 = np.fft.fft(hanning_window * a2)
# Rephase all frequencies
phase = (phase + np.angle(s2/s1)) % 2*np.pi
a2_rephased = np.fft.ifft(np.abs(s2)*np.exp(1j*phase))
i2 = int(i/factor)
result[i2: i2 + window_size] += hanning_window*a2_rephased.real
# normalize (16bit)
result = ((2**(16-4)) * result/result.max())
return result.astype('int16')
def pitchshift(snd_array, n, window_size=2**13, h=2**11):
""" Changes the pitch of a sound by ``n`` semitones. """
factor = 2**(1.0 * n / 12.0)
stretched = stretch(snd_array, 1.0/factor, window_size, h)
return speedx(stretched[window_size:], factor)
def splitshift(sound, n):
Split stereo channels and pitchshift each of them.
Then combine them and return an AudioArrayClip of the values.
pitchshift() returns int16, not float, so divide by 32768 (max val of int16).
sound1 = pitchshift(sound[:,0], n)
sound2 = pitchshift(sound[:,1], n)
combined = np.column_stack([sound1, sound2]).astype(float)/32768
return AudioArrayClip(combined, fps=44100)
def poop(source, destination, midi_file, stretch, fadeout, rebuild, max_stack):
Create multiple pitchshifted versions of source video and arrange them to
the pattern of the midi_file, also arrange the video if multiple notes play
at the same time.
print "Reading input files"
video = VideoFileClip(source, audio=False)
Non-main tracks are 30% the size of the main and have a white border and a
margin around them.
smaller = video.resize(0.3)\
.margin(mar=2, color=3*[255])\
.margin(mar=8, opacity=0)
audio = AudioFileClip(source, fps=44100)
mid = MidiFile(midi_file)
ignoredtracks = ["Percussion", "Bass"]
print "Analysing MIDI file"
notes = [] # the number of messages in each track
lowest = 127 # will contain the lowest note
highest = 0 # will contain the highest note
for i, track in enumerate(mid.tracks):
#if in ignoredtracks: continue
for message in track:
if message.type == "note_on":
lowest = min(lowest, message.note)
highest = max(highest, message.note)
notes[-1] += 1
The main track is the one featured in the center. It is probably the one
with the most notes. Also record the lowest, highest, and average note to
generate the appropriate pitches.
maintrack = max(enumerate(notes), key=lambda x: x[1])[0]
midpitch = int((lowest+highest)/2)
print "Main track is probably", str(maintrack)+":", mid.tracks[maintrack].name
mid.tracks.insert(0, mid.tracks.pop(maintrack)) # move main track to front
notes.insert(0, notes.pop(maintrack)) # move main note count to front
print sum(notes), "notes ranging from", lowest, "to", highest, "centering around", midpitch
print "Transposing audio"
sound = audio.to_soundarray(fps=44100) # source, original audio
tones = range(lowest-midpitch, highest-midpitch) # the range of pitches we need
pitches = [] # this will contain the final AudioFileClips
if not os.path.exists("pitches/"):
print "Creating folder for audio files"
for n in tones:
Pitches only need to be generated if they do not already exist or if
we force the creation of new ones. Save them in order in pitches.
name = "pitches/"+source+"_"+str(n)+".mp3"
if not os.path.isfile(name) or rebuild:
print "Transposing pitch", n
splitshift(sound, n).write_audiofile(name)
pitches.append(AudioFileClip(name, fps=44100))
print "Adding video clips"
clips = [video.set_duration(1)] # to set the video size
positions = [("left", "bottom"), ("right", "bottom"), ("left", "top"),
("right", "top"), ("center", "bottom"), ("center", "top"),
("left", "center"), ("right", "center")] # non-main tracks
curpos is the current corner position on the screen and changes with each track.
cache is used to make a unique file name whenever a new temporary file is created.
endtime will be used at the end to set the end TextClip. It is the latest time any clip ends.
curpos = -2
cache = endtime = 0
for i, track in enumerate(mid.tracks):
#if in ignoredtracks: continue
print("Processing {} notes: {}".format(notes[i],
t = 1.0 # not 0 because we added one second of original video for size
opennotes = [] # will contain all notes that are still playing
curpos += 1
for message in track:
if not isinstance(message, MetaMessage):
message.time *= stretch
t += message.time
if message.type == "note_on":
Add a video clip with the appropriate starting time and
pitch. Also add an entry to opennotes (we don't know when
the note ends yet).
part = video
mainvid = i is 0# and len(opennotes) is 0
if not mainvid: part = smaller
part = part\
.set_audio(pitches[min(len(pitches)-1, max(0, message.note-lowest))])\
opennotes.append((message.note, len(clips), t))
If this isn't the main track, the video will be smaller and
placed at the edge. We'll get a position for each track.
If there is more than one video playing in this track, it
will be placed slighly closer to the center.
if not mainvid:
stackheight = 6
part = part.set_position(positions[curpos % len(positions)])
elif message.type == "note_off":
reference = message.note
index = 0
Find the note that ended in opennotes using the note.
Get the index and start time, remove it from opennotes.
for note in reversed(opennotes):
n, j, d = note
if n == reference:
index = j
Get the clip for the open note, set its time to the
difference between time now and start time. Have it fade out
and update the endtime if needed.
clips[index] = clips[index].set_duration((t-d)/1000+fadeout)
clips[index] = clips[index].crossfadeout(fadeout)
endtime = max(endtime, t/1000+fadeout)
if len(clips) == max_stack:
To save some memory, the clips in memory are emptied
whenever they reach a certain size. All clips that are closed
are merged into one file on disk.
upuntil = len(clips) # the first open note
if len(opennotes) > 0: _, upuntil, _ = opennotes[0]
stillopen = clips[upuntil:]
print "Stack reached", len(clips), "clips, merging", upuntil
Save a temporary file to disk with all clips we can safely
discard from clips.
newcache = destination+".temporary"+str(cache)+".mp4"
cache += 1
Shift all opennotes' indices down by the number of clips
merged and saved to disk. Set clips to be the new, merged
clip and any leftover clips.
for i, note in enumerate(opennotes):
n, j, d = note
opennotes[i] = (n, j-upuntil+1, d)
clips = [VideoFileClip(newcache)]+stillopen
end = TextClip("", font="Arial", color="white", fontsize=70)\
clips.append(end) # add an ending frame
Combine all leftover clips, write them to the final file and remove
temporary files created before.
print "Combining", len(clips), "clips"
final = CompositeVideoClip(clips).set_start(1)
clips = []
if cache == 1:
print "Removing one temporary file"
elif cache > 1:
print "Removing", cache, "temporary files"
for i in range(0, cache):
if __name__ == "__main__":
parser = argparse.ArgumentParser(description="Generate YouTube Poop from video and MIDI files!")
parser.add_argument("input", help="input video file")
parser.add_argument("midi", help="MIDI file")
parser.add_argument("output", help="output video file")
parser.add_argument("-s", "--speed", type=float, help="speed factor", default=1.5)
parser.add_argument("-fo", "--fadeout", type=float, help="fade out time in seconds", default=0.2)
parser.add_argument("-r", "--rebuild", help="force pitch rebuild", action="store_true")
parser.add_argument("-m", "--maxstack", type=int, help="maximum number of clips in memory", default=1000)
args = parser.parse_args()
poop(args.input, args.output, args.midi, args.speed, args.fadeout, args.rebuild, args.maxstack)
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