Python & intensity shuttle question

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Israel Diaz Torralba

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Python & intensity shuttle question

PostTue Mar 14, 2017 3:33 pm


I not program in C++ or visual C.

Blackmagic have a dsk for Python? it is posible there are any tutorial for work with python.

Thank you.

Waqqas Sharif

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Re: Python & intensity shuttle question

PostThu Mar 16, 2017 11:16 am

Hello Israel,

Decklink SDK does not provide any Python wrapper, however, it should be possible to use the DeckLink SDK as it is possible to use any other C++ based library in Python.

If you require Python bindings then you may wish to investigate SWIG or Boost.Python.

The developer documentation presents examples in C++, however the content of the documentation is generic as it documents the interface and not a specific implementation.

Please see SDK manual sections "2.4.1 Capture" and "2.4.2 Playback" for a high-level overview of the steps required to perform capture and playback operations.

There is no python sample application which demonstrates using the DeckLink SDK to capture or playback video.


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