Tracking and blurring someone’s face¶
First we will need to track the face, i.e. to get two functions
fy such that
(fx(t),fy(t)) gives the position of the center of the head at time
t. This will be easily done with
manual_tracking. Then we will need to blur the area of the video around the center of the head.
import pickle from moviepy.editor import * from moviepy.video.tools.tracking import manual_tracking, to_fxfy # LOAD THE CLIP (subclip 6'51 - 7'01 of a chaplin movie) clip = VideoFileClip("../../videos/chaplin.mp4").subclip((6,51.7),(7,01.3)) # MANUAL TRACKING OF THE HEAD # the three next lines are for the manual tracking and its saving # to a file, it must be commented once the tracking has been done # (after the first run of the script for instance). # Note that we save the list (ti,xi,yi), not the functions fx and fy # (that we will need) because they have dependencies. #txy, (fx,fy) = manual_tracking(clip, fps=6) #with open("../../chaplin_txy.dat",'w+') as f: # pickle.dump(txy) # IF THE MANUAL TRACKING HAS BEEN PREVIOUSLY DONE, # LOAD THE TRACKING DATA AND CONVERT IT TO FUNCTIONS x(t),fy(t) with open("../../chaplin_txy.dat",'r') as f: fx,fy = to_fxfy( pickle.load(f) ) # BLUR CHAPLIN'S HEAD IN THE CLIP clip_blurred = clip.fx( vfx.headblur, fx, fy, 25) # Generate the text, put in on a grey background txt = TextClip("Hey you ! \n You're blurry!", color='grey70', size = clip.size, bg_color='grey20', font = "Century-Schoolbook-Italic", fontsize=40) # Concatenate the Chaplin clip with the text clip, add audio final = concatenate_videoclips([clip_blurred,txt.set_duration(3)]).\ set_audio(clip.audio) # We write the result to a file. Here we raise the bitrate so that # the final video is not too ugly. final.write_videofile('../../blurredChaplin.avi', bitrate="3000k")