You can download Python 3 via the following URL: https://www.python.org/downloads/. Make sure that during the installation you select to add the Python install to your path so that you can easily run commands via the terminal. If the installation process doesn’t offer you that option it is most likely doing it automatically.
You can download ffmpeg via the following URL: https://ffmpeg.zeranoe.com/builds/. Unzip ffmpeg directly to your C:\ drive so that the resulting path and folder is C:\ffmpeg. Finally, you need to add the ffmpeg.exe to your environment variables. That will make it easy to call ffmpeg from within the terminal.
In order to do that, open the Start menu and right click on “Computer” and then click on “Properties”.
Select “Advanced system settings”:
Click on “Environment variables”:
Edit the Path variable:
Add C:\ffmpeg\bin at the end. Make sure that this path is separated by a semi-colon (;) from the previous folder.
Finally, you can install pip, the package manager for Python, using the following command:
And with pip installed, you can now install numpy as well:
pip install numpy