Max is an application for creating high-quality audio files in various formats, from compact discs or files.
Gawker creates time-lapse movies using an iSight/DV camera. Images from your camera can be shared, allowing other users to record your image stream. Streams can also be combined to create a time-lapse movie with two locations side-by-side.
SPKML is a hybrid language being created initially as a web-based language that takes it's structure from existing language specifications, including: XML, XHTML, AIML (Artificial Intelligence Markup Language), and most importantly, PHP and all that works with HTML5 as well. The ability to be compiled into self executing cross-platorm bundles is part of the goal too...
Follow Me is a simple ear training application, it plays intervals you have to follow on the fretboard / keyboard / what-have-you.
BOMplayer is a Macintosh based program that gives users access their iTunes Music Library without using the standard 'point and click' mouse interface. It is particularly suited to lounge room music players and Mac mods.
SubSyncX is a utility to synchronize subtitles to a QuickTime supported movie. It is also possible to edit the subtitles.
This small project is meant to be a toy to play with the various system sounds that are built into Mac OS X.
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Perform iTunes search-as-you-type for songs/artists/albums, control playback, Enable or disable shuffle, browse your library, add songs to playlists via global hotkeys.
Designed for playing movies nicely for the person who likes to watch or present movies on their computer (such as the casual viewer or the video artist). Features full screen or border-less floating windows, on the fly playlist creation and more.
Quartz TV is a real-time video program for Mac OSX which pretends to be a TV studio, including video effects, titles, news tickers, and lower 3rd animations. Also, it can can import your own graphics, videos, and quartz composer files.
VChannel MacAudio tool for playback and capture sound in MacOS X
A "Universal" port of the open source "Crimson FX" program to Tiger. Crimson UFX can be used to add lightsaber effects to videos.
Canon DSLR, Hero GoPro and Sony F3 to MPEG2 35 MXF OP-Atom
This Mac OS application takes H.264 MOV and XDCAM EX 35 MOV material and exports them to Avid, puts consistent metadata in the MXF files for future re-link. Download the HTML help files for details in the link below. Tested cameras: Canon 5D, Canon 550D, Hero GoPro, Sony F3 with browser to MOV or MXF rewarp. - Supports 25p fps essence. - Can customize the Avid clip name and comment to the clip - Generates take names by file name order - Create sync point Avid locator - Use the Media Tool to get the new files into the bin. Download the help files for more info - https://sourceforge.net/projects/rlingest/files/Html%20help%20files/ Requirements: - Mac OS Lion 10.7 or greater - FFMPEG (with libx264) - http://ffmpeg.org - BMX Libs - https://sourceforge.net/projects/bmxlib - Sony XDCAM Browser (for Sony F3 files rewrap)
Cocoa Granite is an OpenGL abstraction layer framework for Mac OS X. The framework's main purpose is to provide Cocoa developers with clean Objective C interfaces for optimized OpenGL functionality.
Mac OS X frontend for the xine multimedia playback engine.
SimplyBurns is a Mac OS X application with a GUI, which allows the user to burn CD / DVD media.
iOS App that helps you memorize audio by repeating a portion
This app allows the user to select a song or audiobook in their iPhone or iPad library and choose a section of the song by selecting start and end times. This section is repeated over and over to assist the user in memorizing that section of the audio. Once memorized, they can easily move on to the next section, or increase the selection to include the next verse of the song, for example. Some advanced features will include tempo adjustment (with pitch compensation so it doesn't sound like chipmunks when sped up) and exporting sections of the song as separate mp3s.
Technical documentation for mobile phones
TechDoc is a distributed system composed of a number of applications: a central java based web application using a SQLite database to import Technical documentation from CSV files (catalogue + files) and an Android based app or an iPhone/iPad app to install in a mobile phone, which is synchronized with the central web application and is able to work off-line and show the catalogue and files (e.g. PDF files). iPhone/iPad app can be downloaded through the Apple App Store. The Android version is available in this site as well as in the Android Market.
An iTunes controller for Mac OS X
FFmpeg libraries for iOS
This is FFmpeg libraries compiled for iOS. If you want to build it yourself, see https://github.com/kewlbear/FFmpeg-iOS-build-script.
Music player - endlessly plays your music
This music player is supposed to be simple and all centered around an infinite intelligent queue (some other players call this PartyShuffle or DJ mode). You can manually add songs to it - but if you don't or the queue gets too short, it will automatically intelligently fill it with further songs. The intelligent queue decision currently is based on: * song ratings * context-based choices, e.g. related songs more likely Other features of this player: * open source, simplified BSD license * simple * support of most important sound formats. just uses FFmpeg * music database (optional) * audio volume normalization. own ReplayGain implementation * gapless playback * Last.fm scrobbling * AcoustID fingerprint * imports iTunes song ratings
Simple, robust, yet powerful movie player for Gnome desktop Environment.
A mirrorman is a face mirroring software (kind of joke software) for Macs with built-in iSight. The mirrorman captures an image by using iSight, and then shows it in half-tone over the desktop.