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Prerequisites

  1. Familiarity with Pipenv. See here for my post on Pipenv.

Getting started

Let’s create the hello-moviepy directory and install Pillow.

Annotating the video

As an example, here is a Gif of my video that I am editing:

Original video
  1. Viewing tasks and subtasks.
  2. Sorting subtasks.
  3. Opening the current goals.
Annotated video

Summary

Today’s post demonstrated how to use the MoviePy package to add some text captions to a video programmatically.

Resources and further reading

  1. The ABCs of Pipenv
  2. MoviePy TextClip docs
  3. Pipenv
  4. MoviePy
  5. GitHub — project code

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