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The HighlightCam API lets you submit your own videos for summarization, shortening them to any desired fraction of the original video. Our algorithm picks out the parts that are most interesting, taking into account motion and audio criteria, and discards all the rest.

Quick StartRequirements:

A registered account at HighlightCam (http://highlightcam.com/accounts/register/?next=/) Download the API example client: http://code.google.com/p/highlightcam-api/downloads/list You must have Python 2.x installed to use this client. (http://www.activestate.com/activepython/downloads/) (Tested with Python 2.5.)

Then in the directory where you saved and decompressed the API client, type

python highlightcam_api_client.py -i http://videos.highlightcam.com.s3.amazonaws.com/video_e074e9c88302437080a9b6c57200601e.flv -u -p -k 2

This submits a video (in fact, the BunnyCam video from our front page) for highlighting, with a target length of 2% of the original. Status messages will flash across your screen for 1-2 minutes, concluding with

Processing finished with status code 0
Video successfully highlighted! if everything went well (or an error message otherwise). URLs for the highlight .flv and .gif are also printed to your screen.

A successfully highlighted video can be watched immediately at http://highlightcam.com/home/ in your "API" channel (which is created the first time you use the API).

We ask that you download the files that result from your API calls immediately, if you wish to keep them. This service is not intended for long-term hosting. Please contact us if you wish to make other arrangements.

See Documentation for more information about command-line parameters, using the client as a Python module, and writing your own client.

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api highlightcam media python video videosummarization

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