These instructions apply to pyglet 1.4.
pyglet is a pure python library, so no special steps are required for
installation. You can install it in a variety of ways, or simply copy the
pyglet folder directly into your project. If you’re unsure what to do,
the recommended method is to install it into your local
directory. pyglet is available on PyPI.
and can be installed like any other Python library via pip:
pip install pyglet --user
You can also clone the repository using git and install from source:
git clone https://github.com/pyglet/pyglet.git cd pyglet python setup.py install --user
To play compressed audio and video files (anything except for WAV), you will need FFmpeg.
Running the examples¶
The source code archives include examples. Archives are available on Github:
unzip pyglet-x.x.x.zip cd pyglet-x.x.x python examples/graphics.py
You mentioned above, you can also clone the repository using Git:
git clone https://github.com/pyglet/pyglet.git cd pyglet python example/graphics.py