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Pythonic bindings for FFmpeg's libraries. :
" PyAV is a Pythonic binding for the FFmpeg libraries. We aim to provide all of the power and control of the underlying library, but manage the gritty details as much as possible.

PyAV is for direct and precise access to your media via containers, streams, packets, codecs, and frames. It exposes a few transformations of that data, and helps you get your data to/from other packages (e.g. Numpy and Pillow).

This power does come with some responsibility as working with media is horrendously complicated and PyAV can't abstract it away or make all the best decisions for you. If the ffmpeg command does the job without you bending over backwards, PyAV is likely going to be more of a hindrance than a help.

But where you can't work without it, PyAV is a critical tool. "

compiled for Python3.8 armv7hl aarch64 rpm

sha256sum filename:
8c3d3269d21b92dcdf2ce8a60f873846026d4a0acb84d07283d05517d24efeea python3-PyAV-10.0.0-0.armv7hl.rpm
6fb2f13f97e1a087580f9c6e773879fc330876d1c6040979b1a2ad354a34cba3 python3-PyAV-10.0.0-0.aarch64.rpm


Application versions: 
File python3-pyav-10.0.0-0.armv7hl.rpm4.54 MB13/04/2023 - 19:01
File python3-pyav-10.0.0-0.aarch64.rpm4.64 MB13/04/2023 - 20:20