rpeg — 2012-04-29T13:41:31-04:00 — #1
usmangt — 2012-06-03T08:01:23-04:00 — #2
Python is a very powerful programming language. I myself use python for doing some system administration task in Linux. There are a lots of Python tutorial available on the internet.
One book which i think is really good for learning Python is "Dive into Python", which i found is really good.
As far for doing some audio/video stuff in Python there are two multimedia framework which i know.
GStreamer, which i have learned and one can do a lot of cool stuff with it. I also comes with Python bindings so that the developers can write programs/applications.
You can look at the book "Python Multimedia:Beginner's Guide" which is really good and also the GStreamer website for good tutorials.
VLC media Player, is also v.good (TBH i not used it too much) and also can write programs in Python.
stomme_poes — 2012-06-07T15:39:09-04:00 — #3
Someone was asking around about specifically video and Python over in the Python Community group on Linkedin. If you want I can try to dig that up. It wasn't music/MIDI, but sometimes video libs keep their audio stuff separate anyway.