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This is Christine a Python, GTK+, GStreamer based media player. Is intended to be beautiful, useful and fat free.
CinePlug is a collection of audio and video plugins for cinelerra
CinemaEyes is an online, non-fiction film, video-on-demand CMS, being developed to support alternative filmmakers around the World. CinemaEyes is written in Perl, using MySQL and Apache. Main features: Videos, Articles, Weblogs, Members, Search.
ClassX is a free experimental interactive region-of-interest video streaming platform designed for educators, researchers and software developers. With minimal infrastructure, ClassX offers a cost-effective alternative in online lecture delivery.
Lightspace image processing. Superior image processing using known or generalized camera response functions. High dynamic range image processing.3 weekly downloads
ContactAngle is a simple and easy-to-use program to extract contact angles from videos of liquid droplets on a surface.12 weekly downloads
This program is a frontend to mplayer/mencoder for linux to convert DVD titles to DIVX files. It uses mencoder/mplayer and the QT libraries.
The software can convert film (mjpg codec avi ) to FUJI format avi file ,and play at FUJIFILM digital camera,I test it in my FUJI A225.
Convex Media Converter is the best way to convert all your audio and video files to almost any other format. With FFmpeg as the backend, Convex is an extremely powerful and easy to use media converter based on the QT GUI framework.
Cpia2 provides a linux driver for cameras using STMicroelectronics cpia2 (STV0672 and STV0676) chipsets. Also provided is a viewer to decode the mjpeg stream.3 weekly downloads
CrewOrion is programmers group, doing 'all kind' cross-platform opensource applications.
CthughaNix is the reincarnation of Cthugha-L, a Linux port of one of the first audio visualization software packages, known as "An Oscilloscope On Acid".
DCast - Open Source, secure, webcasting software. Using peer-to-peer and distributed caching, this system will allow webcasters an inexpensive, easy way to webcast mixed media. Scrambling and control of webcasters, maintains webcast legalities.
DFBCar is a linux lightweight embedded directfb program written in C and geared towards use in a car on small lcd screens. This system uses xine-lib for media playback and DirectFB library for the gui and video output.
DP500-Serv is a simple program that shares your media files with your KISS DP-500 DVD Player. It replaces the bundled PC-Link software. It is designed to work on Linux/BSD platforms.2 weekly downloads
DPencoder is an easy-to-use mencoder frontend written in Perl using the PerlQt extension for Qt. This project is dedicated to newbies who want to rip they DVD in a few clicks. Have fun !
OpenGL for Framebuffer Consoles under linux
DSTM is a DivX ;-) subtitle manager. This key features are synchronization, time spreading, spliting and format convertion.
Video4Linux driver for DT3152 board from Data Translation (www.datx.com).
A GUI for the dtv program (http://hesdvb.sourceforge.net). It is configurable and shall be used as virtual remote control client.
DV Titler allows you to create and edit titles that later you can add to your DV footage using a non linear video editor like Kino. As a file format it will use a dialect of SMIL and will be able to export DV.
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).
DV/1394 Server is a GNU/Linux IEEE 1394/DV TCP server daemon and client library that supports multiple, simultaneous transmissions.
dvbd is a daemon to manage your DVB cards. It supports scheduling, multiple simultaneous connections and priorities.2 weekly downloads
This project is intended to turn a personal computer into an advanced set-top box for digital video broadcastings (DVB). The goal is an extendable and highly configurable platform for all kinds of related services,