XMLTV obtains and processes TV listings data
XMLTV is a set of programs to process TV (tvguide) listings and help manage your TV viewing, storing listings in an XML-based format. There are utilities to download TV listings for many countries, filter programs and Perl libraries to process listings. Our code is now available on Github at https://github.com/XMLTV/xmltv and new issues should be reported at https://github.com/XMLTV/xmltv/issues
Vidiot is a non-linear video editor targeted for home video editing. It supports compositing (scaling/rotating/positioning), cropping, changing speed, adding transitions and titles, trimming, key frames, etc.
SPTK is a suite of speech signal processing tools for UNIX environments, e.g., LPC analysis, PARCOR analysis, LSP analysis, PARCOR synthesis filter, LSP synthesis filter, vector quantization techniques, and other extended versions of them.
Preinstalled virtual machines, scripts and Debian packages
The Dodger-Tools are compilation of preinstalled virtual machines (VM) with OpenSource operating systems, many different scripts and Debian packages for (e.g. audio/video compression, filesystem and file encryption, cloud backups, cron, 7-Zip, prallel execution of BASH scripts, archive management, Raspberry Pi, ...).
FFmpeg with HEVC (8/10 bit) and HE-AAC
This is a static FFmpeg build including x264 (8/10 bit), x265 (8/10 bit), vp9 (8/10 bit) and fdk_aac (HE-AAC) especially for anime encoding. It was originally created for use with the FFmpegYAG graphical user interface (http://sourceforge.net/projects/ffmpegyag/).
APODIO is a GNU/Linux platform containing audio, text-friendly, graphic and video tools. It can be used as a liveCD or be installed on a partition of your hard disk. http://apodio.org
MARF is a general cross-platform framework with a collection of algorithms for audio (voice, speech, and sound) and natural language text analysis and recognition along with sample applications (identification, NLP, etc.) of its use, implemented in Java.
YouTube Downloader - Cross Platform
YouTube-DL-PyTK (formerly known as YouTube-DL-GTK) is just a graphical launcher for the popular youtube downloader youtube-dl . Its purpose is simple; to facilitate the downloading of non-copyright-protected videos from certain internet websites including YouTube. It is written in Python, so it should run on Windows and Linux systems alike. I don't have access to an Apple computer to test it on OSX, but it might also work on that platform. It includes the Windows and Unix version of youtube-dl, so there's no need for you to go download it yourself for this to work. This little project packages everything you need to start using it in one package, and all the appropriate licensing information is located in the archive. If you have ran the installer on Windows, you can find the source code and all of the documentation in the installation folder.
A frontend with dialog box that draws (using ncurses) windows onto the screen and can burn data cds, music cds, supports burning DVD-images and data DVDs, support of ripping/encoding of all popular formats
dvd-slideshow makes a slideshow video that can be used to make flash video (FLV), MP4s, or a DVD with menus. You can add some nice effects like fades, crops, scrolls, or Ken Burns effects. Think of it as a command-line clone of iMovie.
mp3 library, advanced ID3V1 and ID3V2 tagger, player. Organize a large mp3 library, over 40,000 songs. Speech synthesis and tag backup utilities. Scripts to maintain and organize song files.
The videotrans project is a set of scripts that converts a movie file in any format that mplayer understands (AVI, etc) to a DVD compatible VOB file, including all the necessary conversions. Further, an automatic DVD menu generator is provided.
Small script to encode to H.264/AVC video
A small yet quite capable Bash shell script written for Linux for encoding video files to the H.264/AVC video format using ffmpeg and libx264. Targeted primarily at encoding of full-length feature films and film series but it can be used for other content as well.
kvcd4nix is a set of utilitys to create a kvcd videocd under *nix from any movie source. It makes it possible to `push` more than 2.5 hours of movie on one 80min. cdr at acceptable quality.
YouTube to DS(yt2ds) is a script that runs on Mac OS X, Linux and other UNIX-based systems that will automatically download a YouTube Video and convert it to DPG for playback on the DS application Moonshell and then transfer automatically to the DS
A wizard-style GUI frontend to MEncoder, for creating backup copies of DVD disks to XviD format. The wizard is designed to be very easy to use, no technical knowledge required. The optimal settings are autodetected and should produce high quality output.
Mass video digitization workflow management for archiving
Professional digital video archiving system solution, developed and used by the Austrian national audio/video archive, designed to handle vast amounts of video content from ingest to long-term storage, including analysis, transcoding and metadata.
Universal video transcoder
viDrop is free video transcoding software for GNU/Linux and Windows operating systems. With its help you can easily convert your favourite movies or videos into format, playable on your Smarthone, Tablet, MID, Portable Media Player etc.
Variations is a digital music library software system that provides online access to streaming audio and scanned score images with a flexible access control framework to ensure respect for intellectual property.
Command-line mass conversion of any directory tree of audio files.
BAC is a command-line tool that converts, to a target audio file format, all the audio files stored in a directory tree of any depth. Supported file formats are OGG, FLAC, MP3, AAC, ALAC, WAV, in all ways, and WMA as source. Main audio tags are preserved in the process, as well as most file name characters (white spaces, question marks etc). BAC runs on Linux and probably most UNIX-type OSes. On Windows, it must be operated from the Cygwin environment. It requires the following software to be installed: - flac and metaflac (flac files only) - vorbis-tools (ogg files only) - faac and faad (aac files only) - lame and madplay (mp3 files only) - alac-decoder and mpeg4ip-utils (ALAC decode) - ffmpeg (ALAC encode, wma decode) - mplayer (wma decode) - mp4v2-utils (AAC, ALAC, WAV decode) BAC is now optimized for multiprocessing on multicore systems: a tunable number of cores can be used for simultaneous conversions.
Simply convert your PDF files into audio books
Summary: Your eyes are tired of looking into the tablet or cell-phone screen reading ebooks? You have difficulty reading from LCD screen specially in a driving vehicle? This software is for you! It converts your PDF files to MP3 audio books. Special Features (Compared to similar projects): Each page is in a separate MP3 file. Created MP3 files have ID3v2 tags showing Book name and page number. Multi-threaded conversion, means all CPU cores will be used thus multiple times faster conversion.
Advanced shell script for video encoding
Advanced shell script for encoding DVDs, Blu-rays or video files to the H.264 format using the encoding utility MEncoder from the MPlayer project. Supports all the useful options an end-user would need to make a successful encode. The script is a CLI front-end to MEncoder and various audio encoders and container muxers. h264enc is no longer actively developed. Please ty out: https://sourceforge.net/projects/ffx264/ https://sourceforge.net/projects/ffhevc/
Create a .ISO image of your CD or DVD
Create a .ISO image from your CD or DVD to your computer, to make a backup for your DC or DVD.
MPlayer with all essential codes, encoders, decoders & filters. For LINUX users: just extract the source & run the 'install.sh' file from Terminal. For Windows users: Not Tested yet, but hope to work on MINGW32 in WinXP. Thanks from Chinmoy & Srijon
Software and HDL code for Elphel reconfigurable network cameras