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video_upload.py
from objc_util import *
import photos
import time
assets=photos.get_assets(media_type='video')
options=ObjCClass('PHVideoRequestOptions').new()
options.version=1 #PHVideoRequestOptionsVersionOriginal, use 0 for edited versions.
image_manager=ObjCClass('PHImageManager').defaultManager()
handled_assets=[]
def handleAsset(_obj,asset, audioMix, info):
A=ObjCInstance(asset)
'''I am just appending to handled_assets to process later'''
handled_assets.append(A)
'''
# alternatively, handle inside handleAsset. maybe need a threading.Lock here to ensure you are not sending storbinaries in parallel
with open(str(A.resolvedURL().resourceSpecifier()),'rb') as fp:
fro.storbinary(......)
'''
handlerblock=ObjCBlock(handleAsset, argtypes=[c_void_p,]*4)
for A in assets:
#these are PHAssets
image_manager.requestAVAssetForVideo(A,
options=options,
resultHandler=handlerblock)
while len(handled_assets) < len(assets):
'''wait for the asynchronous process to complete'''
time.sleep(1)
just_testing=True
''' for testing purposes, just read the file in chunks, to ensure no memory leaks, etc. set to false, and set up your ftp client to actually upload'''
for A in handled_assets:
with open(str(A.resolvedURL().resourceSpecifier()),'rb') as fp:
if just_testing:
while fp.read(16*1024):
pass
print(fp.tell(), 'bytes read')
else:
filename=str(A.URL()).split('/')[-1]
ftp.storbinary('STOR '+filename,fp)
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