Pro Video & Graphics Play-Out SW, proven in 24/7 broadcasts since 2006
Playback and record video, graphics and audio to multiple screens via DVI/HDMI/SDI in SD, HD, 2K and 4K.
The video annotating software can recorded remarks on the video. When you see any important or good ideas from the video, you can annotate some remarks on it. This software is very useful for a group's discussion and teacher lecturing in the classroom.
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.
A cool embedded FLV player (yes, like YouTube) for web developers to put on their sites to impress their clients. Uses PHP5 and PHP5-Ming.
A free open source video search and retrieval system based on the core functionality of the Informedia Digital Video Library project at Carnegie Mellon's School of Computer Science.
The JW Desktop Player is a small and simple player you can use to play FLV, MP3 and MP4 files on your MAC or PC.
MediaCentre is an media centre server application for use on a home computer so you'll see your movies, play music and view / edit your pics when you're away from your computer, using a browser. Has been tested on MacOSX, Ubuntu Linux, and WindowsXP
VidL is an online video and image annotation program that allows for the management of workers and data via a webserver. Annotate videos and images with meta data or other time related markers. Use include research data collection and annotation, video i
Vooddo is a new and easy way to enhance your videos. You can insert interactive hyperlink markers within your videos, and even videos hosted by Youtube and Dailymotion.
This is an new flash video platform based on the OVP (open video player) . Our goal is to provide a useful enviroment for the users and give them easy access to on demand videos and live stream events.
Build An internet TV or Radio Station right from your desktop. Control broadcast of audio and video contents virtually from any device.
ePresence was an open source project maintained by the University of Toronto from 2001 to 2008. It has been forked and commercialized in 2008 by the lab ex-employees as a private enterprise. Please visit http://epresence.tv for further details.
The mission of the project is to bring creativity, and innovation closer to individuals and communities in a society that is loosing its touch with the creativity that put us where we are, and the excitement of being able to create something ourselves.