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Use tshark, calling it from python and using the -export-objects <protocol>,<destdir> argument to specific which protocol objects, "http" in your case and the destination directory. The python code will also have to provide the name of the capture file to read as a r argument.

Use tshark, calling it from python and using the -export-objects <protocol>,<destdir> argument to specific specify which protocol objects, "http" in your case and the destination directory. The python code will also have to provide the name of the capture file to read as a r argument.
Use tshark, calling it from python and using the -export-objects <protocol>,<destdir> argument to specify which protocol objects, "http" in your case and the destination directory. The python code will also have to provide the name of the capture file to read as a r-r argument.
Use tshark, calling it from python and using the -export-objects --export-objects <protocol>,<destdir> argument to specify which protocol objects, "http" in your case and the destination directory. The python code will also have to provide the name of the capture file to read as a -r argument.