Not really at the moment, no. If you run it on the same server or network that your Stash instance is running, you can open it from there in your phone, but for now it’ll look pretty bad on a phone-sized screen, haven’t put any effort on making the UI work well on small screens.
I found a bug in the preview clips section (step 5). If you watch the last clip and let it finish playing it crashes and shows the text “Sorry something went wrong” and the only way to return is to refresh the page which loses all progress.
Basically, being able to create compilations from videos directly on your hard drive. For now, this means having to create the markers inside my app instead of Stash. The rest of the process should be pretty much the same, however. Currently this means:
You pick a folder where all the videos that should be part of the compilation are located
You go through the videos, set markers that should be included in the video (that’s what I’m currently working on)
The rest should be pretty much the same as doing it with Stash.
This should make the barrier to entry a bit lower. Also, I think this warrants a name change, since ‘stash-compilation-maker’ is no longer really accurate. I’m open to suggestions.
By the way, it would be really helpful if you could share some ideas on how this should look from a user’s perspective. Do you pick a song and then arrange the clips to fit the duration of the song? That currently seems like the most straight-forward solution to me, because the other way around would mean picking markers and clips and having to aim for the right duration to match the song, which does not sound fun.
As for syncing to a BPM… no idea how to even approach that, at the moment.
Then, Option A. - It chooses random video clips and throws them together.
OR Option B. It runs them through some magic video classifier to determine which parts of the video are what. Then you tell it that you want the video to be X% blowjobs, X% riding, etc.
The problem is that it takes FOOOOOOOOOOOOORRRRRRRRRREEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEVER to figure out what is actually in those videos. Which is where the ability to manually label sections would be incredibly useful!