The best free media player for video and DVDs
VLC is an open source cross-platform multimedia player and framework, which plays most multimedia files, DVDs, Audio CDs, VCDs, and various streaming protocols. VLC media player is simple, fast, and powerful. It plays everything, files, discs, webcams, devices, and streams. VLC plays most codecs (MPEG-2, DivX, H.264, MKV, WebM, WMV, MP3, etc.) so no codec packs are needed. It runs on all platforms: Windows, Linux, Mac OS X, Unix, etc. And VLC is hassle free with no spyware, no ads, and no user tracking.
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.
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.
LoadTube is a open source YouTube video downloader for iPhone. LoadTube can search for YouTube videos, download them to your iPhone and play downloaded videos.
a contributory, location-aware media platform for us all
This is Roundware V1. For V2, please see GitHub repository: https://github.com/hburgund/roundware-server Roundware is a client/server pair for creating participatory location-sensitive audio experiences. It was initially developed for the sound art installation ROUND, by Halsey Burgund, exhibited at the Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum. Development for version 2 has been handled privately for a variety of reasons, but will be released soon! Please contact us if you need code sooner.
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.