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**Videodigest**: Automatic Video Summaries

**Videogrep**

**Some More Videogreping With Python**

**Videoparts**

**C-SPAN Excerpts**

**Cinemini**

**aeneas** is a Python/C library and a set of tools to automagically synchronize audio and text (aka forced alignment).

**lachesis** automates the segmentation of a transcript into closed captions (CCs).

This example demonstrates how to generate GIFs from automatically determined video highlights

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