@freaad the pull request I have logged here allows you to command the Bebop to start sending the stream. It does not require any additional libraries. If you simply want to view the images then you can use VLC to open the SDP file shown in the pull request (at the bottom) and you will see what the camera sees. If you want to further process the images then its relatively easy with the OpenCV python. @CaptainSaavik and I are talking about adding that functionality into pyparrot in a very accessible way… but if you want to get stuck in straight away you can do so with the cv2.VideoCapture(bebop.sdp) command and code like this (right at the bottom of that page).
Unfortunately, whilst it is simple in principle, it may not work that easily in practice. There appear to be a few issues associated with python, openCV and sdp files. If you have problems try here. If you still have problems my solution was to downgrade both python and openCV as I describe here. No idea why this works for me though.