Posts by Muskan Bani

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Vectorization in Python

By Muskan Bani

This post will take you to the Vectorization part of Python. We are aware that a sizable amount of statistics must be handled by the majority of the software. Therefore, a computat.... Read More

Simplification of image with binarization in OpenCV Python

By Muskan Bani

This post will take you through the Simplification of images with binarization in OpenCV Python. Image binarization is turning a color image into a black-and-white one. Most comput.... Read More

Create a white background using OpenCV in Python

By Muskan Bani

This post follows up on the in-detail idea of Creating a White background using OpenCV in Python. Let us discuss the main idea behind it. We can make a white background image using.... Read More

Image Segmentation Using Color Spaces in OpenCV Python

By Muskan Bani

In this post, we will look at Image Segmentation in Python Using Color Spaces. Often based on the properties of the picture’s pixels, image segmentation is widely used in dig.... Read More

Divide an Image Into Equal Parts Using OpenCV in Python

By Muskan Bani

We’ll walk over how to divide a picture into equal halves using Python and OpenCV in this post. The Python package known as OpenCV enables us to utilize a variety of image-pr.... Read More

Extract image from video at given time using OpenCV in Python

By Muskan Bani

In this post, we will learn how to extract images from the video at a given time in Python using OpenCV. OpenCV is an open-source package that allows us to work on video, images, a.... Read More

Saving live video frames – Python OpenCV

By Muskan Bani

In this tutorial, we will see how we save frames of a live video using OpenCV in Python. A video is simply images or frames moving one after another at a specified frequency. We ge.... Read More

Cut or trim a video using moviepy in Python

By Muskan Bani

There are many resources to edit or trim a video on our PC but is there any way to cut out a portion of a video in Python? The answer is yes, and it can be done just by four lines .... Read More

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