AEBL is a mobile media distribution system
AEBL Mobile Media Player, changing how we consume media. AEBL is a media player and a digital media platform in use in the IHDN XPO network media system ( http://www.ihdn.ca/Xpo_VI.html ). AEBL is foremost a mobile media distribution and playback framework. It was created to be the core technology that is used in a television ad insertion and digital sign, and further development has opened up many more applications. It currently is designed to run on a raspberry Pi, although it is being ported to other systems. The AEBL blog is located here: http://aeblm2.blogspot.ca/ For those interested in trying it out, you will need a Raspberry Pi (should be the B series with 512MB) and a SD card (4GB or higher, recommend base 8GB but the larger, the better, for content storage). The current image is a ~680MB 7zip compressed file of it's original 2.7GB size, located on dropbox, here: https://www.dropbox.com/s/lj0r6yia4tsnz8w/140815-aeblpi.img.7z?dl=0
This project provides a tool to include in Inkscape. This tool gives to inkscape options to do easy 2D animations using the menu effects, and it's usefull to teach multimidia concepts to youngs and children. English version in march.
PBX Manager is a web interface, written in PHP, to configure and control an Asterisk PBX. All the relevant parameters are configurable in a user friendly way.
This project aims to make the BBC iPlayer application run on Linux and other UNIX operating systems using wine.
Batchdvd2xvid is a shell script containing commandline functionality for 3-pass processing & convertion to xvid with mp3/ac3/ogg which allows very high (nearly manual) tweaking for optimal quality while still able to automate the process.
CLI Audio/Video Automated Encoder/Re-Encoder, Commercial Removal Tool and MPEG-TS Repair Tool. Final output as x264, xvid, divx, mpeg1/2, etc.
Closed Caption (CC) decoder for VDR.
Traffic Sucks. CamGet is a bash script to download images from area traffic camera websites (such as http://www.dpwt.com). This script also adds timestamps to each image, converts image to desired format, and attempts to 'normalize' each image.
This project elucidates and documents the internals of the tuxbox-CrossDevelopmentKit. It leads you to your own, self made DBox2-Image and provides crossreference information on the entire CDK-software package.
DSTM is a DivX ;-) subtitle manager. This key features are synchronization, time spreading, spliting and format convertion.
This project aims to have a suite of scripts and GUI for capturing, converting and burning DV movies to CD (dvzeec) or DVD (dvzeec-dvd).
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.
DVD Baker is an application designed to create a DVD slideshow with menus and effects, from either a gallery2 web gallery or hierarchical directory tree of images. Extra features include random autoplay, high quality transition effects, and audio support
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.
DVD Scripts is a collection of scripts that assists with DVD authoring and backups. Included are dvdmm (full motion menus), dvdvt (image/video slideshows featuring video transitions and audio), and securedvd (loop-aes encrypted DVD backups).
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.
dvd backup and authoring tools
Some useful tools for copying, ripping, backing up, and creating DVDs under linux. - A tool to create DVD audio (a king of giant musical slideshow) - A tool to create rapidly nice DVD menus - A tool to manage subtitles format - A tool to encode video files into DVD compliant files Additionally, there is a script to tie mplayer, dvdbackup, dvdrip, vlc, handbrake, ddrescue, isoinfo, mkisofs, vobcopy, ffmpeg, and cdrecord into a simplified command line to create a robust DVD backup tool (dvdbak).
This wizard will create a DVD with fully animated menu from MPEG-2 files. It is designed to be very easy to use. All you need to do is add one or more files to the playlist and answer the questions that follow.
A set of bash scripts to fully automate the creation of a video DVD under Linux. Creates a DVD-Filestructure with graphical Menus, Chapters etc.
DML - Digital Multimedia Library DML uses VoD (Video on Demand), which allows users to watch movies or listen to music to every time. DML is multi-user-capable Video- and Audiostreaming to every time Video- and Audioacall from a central server
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, ...).
EduTube is an on-line audio and video streaming web application, especially targeted for e-Learning purposes, but really usable by anyone who wants their own YouTube.com clone.
Software and HDL code for Elphel reconfigurable network cameras
Bash script to encode video and trim commercials using ffmpeg and edl.
What this script does: 1) Encodes any video supported by ffmpeg in h264 or h265 and mkv or mp4 using libx264 or libx265 from Videolan. 2) Useful to trim commercials in video recorded from the tv through the edl file created with mplayer. 3) It can rip a DVD video (only iso file) in a simplistic way.
Software package for automated audio/video recording of lectures and conferences, with synchronized slides/images. EyA2 uses a digital camera to take pictures of the slides/blackboard/whiteboard/etc. The procedure doesn't require human intervention.