Java access to USB, currently using kernel 2.4 Linux-USB support. There is a "core" API for accessing USB devices, and simple tools including a USB viewer in Swing. Applications are being developed separately, including digital camera support.
Remember when you wrote your games in Pascal? Well continue that fine tradition by using JEDI-SDL! Which works with Delphi, Kylix, Free Pascal, Gnu Pascal and TMT Pascal. Cross-platform game develpment has never been easier!
A simple and intuitive tool to improve live performances. MIDI routing
MidiLayer is a simple and easy to use application designed to enhance your live performances. Manage slots and channels, adjust the velocity and the volume, customize the note range and connect with modulation wheels and other types of controllers, all with the help of MidiLayer.
Designed for the Sony Playstation 2, Argon, allows you to play multimedia files like XVID, DivX, and MP3. It is based off of the Simple Media Player (SMS) and offers an interface similar to that of the Playstation 3/PSP.
GEM (Graphics Environment for Multimedia) is a library to be used with Miller Puckette's Max-like realtime-computermusic-software "Pure Data" (Pd), which allows to draw and control openGL- and pixel-graphics (like video) in realtime from within Pd.
Plarpebu is a java karaoke player that runs on any architecture that can run java. It plays both midi (.mid and .kar) and mp3+cdg files. Check project web site at : http://miageprojet.unice.fr/twiki/bin/view/Fun/ScreenshotsPage for full info.
XBMP (XBox Media Player) has been discontinued as replaced by XBMC (xbmc.org)
A cool visual effects program that runs on almost every multimedia players.
An open-source software to map Myo data into OSC and MIDI messages.
MyoMapper, an open-source software to rescale and centre and map Myo data into OSC and MIDI messages.
A tool written in Java that help you to extract your songs and videos from your iPod to your PC.
sc68 is an Atari ST and Amiga music player
sc68 is an Atari ST and Amiga music player. The sc68 is a Atari-ST and Amiga music player. It comes as a command line music player as well as libraries for developers and various plugins for well know programs.
WOMP! is a micro linux distribution focussed on multimedia for playing DivX MPEG mp3 ogg jpeg gif etc. It runs on a bootable CD without installing anything on the computer.
Quick(Qt) Online Music Player
Quick(Qt) Online Music Player - one player for different online music hostings. qomp's main features: * search and play music from several online music hostings (Yande.Music, myzuka.ru, pleer.com); * play music from local filesystem; * Last.fm scrobbling; * MPRIS support(Linux only); * System tray integration; * proxy-server support; * playlists support; * crossplatform (Windows, OS X, Linux, Android).
Kreogit Mu is a cross-platform music management app.
μ is a cross-platform application for media file managing.
DuMP3 is a duplicate and similar file finder.
DuMP3 is a duplicate and similar file finder. It finds exact duplicate binaries by hash, similar text files by substring content, images (JPG, BMP, GIF, PNG, etc) by color and audio files (MP3, WAV, OGG, etc) by wave data. Future: fonts, video.
Bulk extractor for Ensoniq-formatted disk images
EnDiskEx is a command-line tool that bulk extracts instruments, sequences, songs, and banks from Ensoniq-formatted disk images (RAW, GKH, EDE, and EDA) for the EPS/ASR family of samplers. The extracted files are saved as EFE / SMF / TXT files. EnDiskEx is designed to extract Ensoniq banks for re-creation within a different DAW. It will track down the instrument and song files from bank references even if they were saved on another disk. There also exists a disk mapping feature to correct for any errors in this process caused by having relabeled disks, forgotten to label disks, etc. EnDiskEx has been tested and validated against a variety of RAW, GKH, EDE, and EDA images files the dev team has, including but not limited to, the ASR factory disks, the EPS 16+ factory disks, and the EPS (classic) factory disks.
Extension plugins for the SuperCollider3 audio synthesis server (see <http://supercollider.github.io/>). These third-party plugins provide additional synthesis, analysis, and other capabilities for the sound server.
A cross-platform SDK for AAF. AAF is a metadata management system and file format for use in professional multimedia creation and authoring. The AAF specification is administered by the Advanced Media Workflow Association, which also coordinates deve
ALCHEMIST is a Korg Trinity to Triton PCG and SNG converter. KORGLIB is a set of C libraries to access Trinity, Triton and Z1 PCG/SNG data.
Fobs (Ffmpeg OBjectS) offers multiplatform object oriented APIs (C++, Java) to ease the developing effort of using ffmpeg in your application. A JMF (Java Media Framework) plugin is also included in the package.
AC3 Decompressor component for QuickTime.
CECILIA is an environment for music and signal-processing that uses Csound as its underlying audio processing engine. One can think of CECILIA as a completely programmable sound-processing tool, with real-time interactive processing on soundfiles or live
Music research software
jMIR is an open-source software suite implemented in Java for use in music information retrieval (MIR) research. It can be used to study music in the form of audio recordings, symbolic encodings and lyrical transcriptions, and can also mine cultural information from the Internet. It also includes tools for managing and profiling large music collections and for checking audio for production errors. jMIR includes software for extracting features, applying machine learning algorithms, applying heuristic error error checkers, mining metadata and analyzing metadata.
This is a Commodore 64 emulator specialized for sound reproduction. It is also a SID player for music collections like HVSC and CGSC. It is a full C64 emulator and can play games of the GameBase64 project as well.
libDSP is a C/C++ library of digital signal processing routines, including standard vector operations, digital filtering, and transforms.