video-frame-selector library released

The video-frame-selector Python 3 library is now available:

With this library you can present frames obtained from video files or a webcam to an image analysis framework, such as detectron2, and react to the generated predictions. For instance, you might want to trawl through a video from a trail camera and generate either JPG images or a shortened video that contains only the frames that show actual animal. Or you might only look for a specific animal, rather than all of them (e.g., only NZ pests such as rats or stoats). Frames that are to be kept can also be cropped to the smallest area that encompasses all the detected bounding boxes (you can enforce a margin around the cropped content and/or a minimum width/height).