What would happen if you insert a word into the text?
Does anyone know of a way to select a list of files on Android and send that list as input to a script in Termux? That would open up quite a bit of automation possibilities
What scares me is the requirement to have ffmpeg and ffprobe installed and available of course. Had a painful experience installing ffmpeg on Jessie Light on a rpi in the past.
If you know a good and easy way, or have a link to such a way, to install these on Mac / Windows / Ubuntu I think adding it to your readme could help you gain traction outside of people who already have some of the capacities needed to do such edits.
Edit: precised that I'm not looking for a way to install ffmpeg, I was just suggesting that pointing to a way in the README would be an improvement IMHO.
Create a slideshow from a set of pictures with text overlay
Create a fast paced trailer or promo video
Create a tutorial video with help text
Simply convert a video to a GIF
Resize video to any size or framerate and with automatic letterbox/crop (e.g. if you need to upload a video somewhere but the site complains Video must be 1337x1000 30fps)
I wonder if animated GIFs will ever be replaced. Nothing beats the convenience of dropping in a GIF to express memes because embedded video clips still don't have that same easy workflow.
Hotlinking is endangered. Silently.
Edit: For a group of people that have critical thinking skills it's discouraging to see the same trite questions asked over and over again. The author of the project does not have to sell a use case. Use your imagination to create one. George Boole did not pitch the transistor.
Reddit scraper -> voice synthesizer -> Programmatic video editing tool -> youtube API
For extra credit add some kind of ML tool to identify "stories" in comments
Trash content, but a lot of people seem to watch it 
"Other channels do away with the human actors to create infinite reconfigurable versions of the same videos over and over again. What is occurring here is clearly automated. Stock animations, audio tracks, and lists of keywords being assembled in their thousands to produce an endless stream of videos. The above channel, Videogyan 3D Rhymes — Nursery Rhymes & Baby Songs, posts several videos a week, in increasingly byzantine combinations of keywords."
And then scrape youtube comments in videos posted on /r/videos and pass them as your own comment on the corresponding reddit posts.
They're low effort, sure. But it's a different format and allows me to do other things while hearing creepy stories or whatnot.
It's been going on for a few years, but seems to have gotten worse lately.
Put in your channel, upload your intro, outro, and paid testimonial for raid: shadow whatever, profit.
If you don't like that it's a wrapper, what is wrong with adding a wrapper that adds new functionality?