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Tiny Applications Collection (or tinyapps) is a set of small tools which make everyday use of a Unix-based system even more enjoyable. The idea is to allow users to share their own tools that they find useful in their everyday use, and look at what others are doing in case there's something that may be of use. Usually putting out one or two files involves too many steps for anyone to bother, but here, tinyapps is a perfect place for such applications!
Tivo2dvd creates and executes the series of commands required to access, format, and burn television shows from a Series II Tivo directly to a DVD. It supports processing multiple shows at once, to a DVD with menus.
Topvorbis is a simple cgi-script wich generates Charts from heard ogg/mp3 files.
Tunez is an MP3/Ogg Vorbis jukebox that works with a voting system. It is ideal for LAN parties since it allows all users to have input into what is played (or streamed).
Bunch of CGI (perl) scripts with a database backend to maintain indexes of tapes or other linear-time media with programmes on it, and identify broadcast programming worth adding automatically. Currently only supports UK listings from the Radio Times onli
A Perl script that takes VOB (DVD), DV, MOV, DivX files or VideoTV input and makes a Divx movie using transcode to encode it. Extensibly customizable, and interactive with voice support (using flite) to report progress.
Video Message Server is a free and open source solution aimed at providing a method of recording and delivering video content such as video messages in webmail or embedded video in a website. Implements an RTMP server using the Red5 library.
This script creates a series of html5 webpages from an existing directory structure containing video files. Primarily designed to steam to iOS devices and download video to Android devices. It may stream to other html5 devices.
The VisualART Interface will take/convert and deliver any file format to the best (streaming) format so it can be displayed completely platform independent. This happens seamlessly and realtime.
An ffmpeg GUI for video encoding. Supports DVD and files and converts to all formats allowed by ffmpeg, including the iPod, PSP, and other popular formats.
VoiFax is a program that manage voice/data/fax modem in the same manner of vgetty and mgetty.VoiFax is thinking for use in the small businness as in the enterprises. It is fully compatible with vgetty scripts and manage (via efax) modem fax 1.0/1.1/2.0
A collection of webpages and scripts to run a web based jukebox
Fast, web based perl mp3 player. Got a computer that can run a web server and perl ? Got it hooked to a stereo ? Want to control a remote mp3 player over a LAN ? You want WebPlayer.
ml_script provides a scripting interface for Winamp 5 media library. Currently, interfaces are available for Perl, Python and Ruby.
Simple Perl script for controlling XMMS from XChat. This requires the XMMSPipe plugin. Custom XChat and XMMS plugins are to be completed later, eliminating the need for XMMSPipe.
XMdaemon is a set of daemons to control, play, and timeshift a show from a XMPCR on a linux system. It consists of a xmdaemon, xmtimeshiftdaemon, xmcontroldaemon, and a Freevo plugin. All updates available at http://www.freevohelp.com/xmdaemon
ZOO! irc://zoo.dyndns.ws:6667/zoo - ZOO! is an online environnement for distants rendez-vous and multilingual discussions by chat, where automated translators, profiling agents, several textual databases and a search engine are fetched.
aranger.pl aims at organizing mp3 files automatically for you. The idea is that you should be able to run the script on a large amount of files to get them organized in a consistent manner according to your desires.
Fetch and store locally artists, albums and songs information from AMG site.
A GUI for dvd to matroska backups, bitterbpp uses autodetection and bits/pixel estimates to generate high quality output. It features multiple audio/subtitle track capabilities (direct copy and/or vorbis transcoding), and supports different video codecs.
cdr is a CD ripper for Linux. It's a simple program with a no-frills console interface. It does one thing well -- the user interface -- and leaves the rest to other components with the same philosophy.
cpShuffleSature randomly copies files. It copies music (MP3, OGG...), pictures, or films onto portable hardware devices which serve as a filesystem (such as I-Bead, iPod, MuVo, Archos...). It does no over- nor under-copy any file and has numerous options
Automates ripping CD's via a server script that listens for commands over TCP. Can rip to ogg, flac, and mp3. Can upload music to any machine when finished, and sends an email notification when finished. Designed to run on a machine that is headless,
Automated CD/DVD ripper program
After a catastrophic disk failure, I needed to re-rip several hundred CDs and DVDs. None of the available solutions worked quite the way I wanted them to work, so I decided to spend a little time making a script to remove as much pain as possible from the process. The idea here is to have a system which is comprised of three parts - a ripper daemon, an encoder daemon, and a frontend. I'm planning to use avahi to automate discovery of the backend pieces, udisk to automate discovery of optical drives, and perl to glue it all together. I'd like to make the backends modular, but for the time being, I'm going to be hard-coding the encode formats (mp3/mp4) and programs used (lame, handbrake-cli, cdparanoia).
dmcat - Digital Music CATalog