Code to make your own movie barcodes available

Posted to Coding  |  Nathan Yau

You know those compressed movie barcodes that we saw last week? Here’s a Python script by Benoît Romito to make your own. Run a .avi format movie through, and voila. Free gift idea: digitize some old home movies and make a personalized barcode for your family.

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