I am currently editing a music video that I am interested in running through the Google 'Deep Dream' neutral network algorithm. The goal is to produce very trippy visuals. The footage I am editing was shot in 4k.
I am looking for somebody to help me set up the Python scripting that will allow me to do this. I am a video editor with pretty much zero Python experience. I have had difficulty setting up Python prompts/scripts to extract 24 frames per second of my 4k video (not to mention having to run each of those individual images through the neural network at a certain opacity & then reforming as full video files.) I have a PC that is built for video gaming, and it has served me well for video editing. I am hoping to be able to process this footage I have through my GPU, potentially using Tensorflow.
My hope is to hire somebody who will set up a Python environment for me, on my personal computer, that allows me to do all of the above. I would love to be able to replicate this process independently after having the initial environment set up for me - I am hoping that processing video through neural networks can become a feather in my video editing cap.
I've seen tons of tutorials and examples of this video processing technique online, and my hope is that it should only take a brief bit of preparation for a Python-literate person out there to help me script this vision of mine into a reality. Ideally, I would love for somebody to walk me through not only processing these images through Google's DeepDream program and its tweakable perimeters, but through other algorithmic neural networks if possible (not sure if that is overly ambitious of me or not.)
Thanks for reading, I appreciate your time!