On mobile, I enjoy opening links in NewPipe from web browser. And it works well — unless the URL is enclosed in parentheses of which the closing one is sometimes rendered as part of the URL.
YouTube itself seems to handle this case by somehow trimming the last “)” character on-the-go. While NewPipe regards such URLs as unsupported (says "Unsupported URL" in the front end, and `"No service ca
HTML5 <audio> or <video> player with support for MP4, WebM, and MP3 as well as HLS, Dash, YouTube, Facebook, SoundCloud and others with a common HTML5 MediaElement API, enabling a consistent UI in all browsers.
FFMPEG supports a "video file name" of image-%04d.png, and moviepy accepts this in VideoFileClip() which is great. But unfortunately it assumes 25 fps, and I don't see any way to change that. I can call clip=clip.set_fps(24) but that doesn't change the duration - I think it just skips frames.
It would be great if VideoFileClip could accept an optional fps arg for this case.