Dirac is a general-purpose video codec aimed at resolutions from QCIF (176x144) to HDTV (1920x1080) progressive or interlaced. It uses wavelets, motion compensation and arithmetic coding and aims to be competitive with other state of the art codecs.
A real-time recorder and compressor of audio and video input for the Windows platforms, using MFC, DirectX, FFMPEG and MPEG4IP. The program is capable of generating avi and mp4 files and streaming MPEG-4 audio and video via Apple Darwin Streaming Server.
Pr@senZ (P@ce) is an application that shall provide the functionality of videoconferencing and run on many platforms (beginning with PocketPC). It is programmed in C++ and uses OpenH323 (http://www.openh323.org and http://www.voxgratia.org).
OMS is used for sequencing events on a timeline, allowing control of software and hardware for music, video, and demoscene productions. It is fairly similar to trackers, which are music editors, famous for their use in games and demoscene productions.
Hdot264 is an experimental video codec project that is compliant with the latest and most efficient video compression standard. That standard has many aliases, including H.26L, JVT, MPEG-4 part 10, AVC and H.264 .
MacMPEG2Decoder (aka MM2D) decodes MPEG2 video into a variety of formats, normally quicktime based, on a Macintosh (Classic & OSX).