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This is a python API which allows you to check for swear words in a youtube video, srt file, text file, custom source with multi language support. There are additional features like getting youtube transcript of a video, srt parser etc.

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Profanity Police

This is a python API which allows you to check for swear words in a youtube video, srt file, text file, custom source with multi language support. There are additional features like getting youtube transcript of a video, srt parser etc.

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Install

Install package using pip

pip install profanity-police

If you want to use it from source, you'll have to install the dependencies manually:

pip install -r requirements.txt

API

Youtube

Basic implementation to check for swear words in a youtube video in a particular language

from profanity_police.transcript_checker import TranscriptChecker

checker = TranscriptChecker()
print(checker.check_transcript(source = "youtube", url = "https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vev2ybF2Z6g", language_code = "en"))
# video id can be passed directly instead of url if needed
# print(checker.check_transcript(source = "youtube", video_id = "Vev2ybF2Z6g", language_code = "hi"))

This would print something like this:-

[
   {
      "text":"The whole fucking bruhaha was happening..",
      "start":298.91,
      "duration":2.06,
      "found":[
         "fucking"
      ]
   },
   {
      "text":"What the fuck is happening?",
      "start":330.99,
      "duration":0.91,
      "found":[
         "fuck"
      ]
   },
   {
      "text":"Shit scripts how do you say it's shit?",
      "start":1218.77,
      "duration":1.63,
      "found":[
         "shit"
      ]
   }
]

The duration is depicted in seconds.

Get youtube transcript for a video

from profanity_police.youtube import YoutubeTranscript

y_transcript = YoutubeTranscript(url = "https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vev2ybF2Z6g")
# Get the original transcripts available for a video
y_transcript.get_original_languages()

# Get the languages to which the video can be translated to
y_transcript.get_translation_languages()

transcript_en = y_transcript.get_transcript(language_code = "en-GB")
transcript_fr = y_transcript.get_transcript(language_code = "fr")
transcript_hi = y_transcript.get_transcript(language_code = "hi")

Custom File

SRT file

from profanity_police.transcript_checker import TranscriptChecker

checker = TranscriptChecker()
swear_phrases = checker.check_transcript(source = "file", file_path = "sample_srt_files/panchayat_episode_6.srt", file_type = "srt", language_code = "en")
print(swear_phrases)

Text file

from profanity_police.transcript_checker import TranscriptChecker

checker = TranscriptChecker()

swear_phrases = checker.check_transcript(source = "file", file_path = "y", file_type = "txt", language_code = "en")
print(swear_phrases)

Additional APIs

Custom checker

from profanity_police.checker import Checker
checker = Checker()
transcript = [{"text": "What is your name?"}, {"text": "shut the fuck up"}]
language_code = "en"
# `transcript` needs to be a list of dictionaries with one mandatory key - `text` 
swear_words_in_transcript = checker.check_swear_word(transcript, language_code)

SRT text Extractor

from profanity_police.srt_extractor import SrtExtractor
file_path = "sample_srt_files/panchayat_episode_3.srt"
transcript = SrtExtractor().extract_text(file_path)
"""
transcript is a list of dictionary with the below format
[
    {"text": "what is your name?", "start": 10, "end": 12}
]
start and end are in seconds
"""

Languages

For swear word checker

NameCode
Englishen
Frenchfr
Hindihi
Italianit
Koreanko
Portuguesept
Russianru
Spanishes

For youtube translation:- All languages supported by youtube.

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