Swiss army knife of image processing
GraphicsMagick provides a set of commandline tools and programming APIs for manipulating, editing, and converting raster and vector images. It is derived from ImageMagick, with the objective of providing better stability and performance than ImageMagick while retaining the original MIT/X11 license.
AcidRip is an automated front end for MPlayer/Mencoder written in Perl, using Gtk2::Perl for a graphical interface. Makes encoding a DVD just one button click!
A multimedia authoring and processing framework and a video playout server for television broadcasting.
LiVES is a Video Editing System. It is designed to be simple to use, y
LiVES mixes realtime video performance and non-linear editing in one professional quality application. It is designed to be simple to use, yet powerful. It is small in size, yet it has many advanced features. Using LiVES, you can start editing and making video right away, without having to worry about formats, frame sizes, or framerates. It is a very flexible tool which is used by both professional VJ's and video editors - mix and switch clips from the keyboard, use dozens of realtime effects, trim and edit your clips in the clip editor, and bring them together using the multitrack timeline. You can even record your performance in real time, and then edit it further or render it straight away. For the more technically minded, the application is frame and sample accurate, and it can be controlled remotely or scripted for use as a video server. And it supports all of the latest free standards.
With mkv2mp4 you can convert mkv HD quality movie to a mp4 container without reencode the whole movie. This file could be played at the Sony Playstation 3
TiVoDecode Manager (TDM) is an Applescript Studio interface (i.e. "wrapper") for the tivodecode program that automates the process of downloading of standalone TiVo Series 2 files to your computer and decoding into MPEG-2 or MPEG-4 files.
Complete Webpage in PHP & Perl for Youtube Downloader Web Projekt
Complete new web project from me from 2014 realizing a youtube video downloader inclusive mp3 converting process. The project is coded in php, perl, jquery, ajax and css3. the web design is simple, but you can use it to set up new content. i dont publish the songtext content, but i give you all 30 perl created crawlers that extract content from lyrics and songtext webpages via wget. perl crawlers will then parse out the songtext content out of it. (c) Copyright: 2014 Sebastian Enger https://github.com/thecerial/ https://blog.onetopp.com/ https://www.onetopp.com/ https://devop.tools/
Vamps is a tool to help backing up DVDs: Vamps evaporates DVD compliant MPEG2 program streams by selectively copying audio and subpicture tracks and by re-quantizing the video stream. Shrink ratio may be based on video only or on the full PS.
An ffmpeg GUI for video encoding. Supports DVD and files and converts to all formats allowed by ffmpeg, including the iPod, PSP, and other popular formats.
Don't you hate the way you have to enter complicated command lines every 30 minutes when you're creating an avi (divx) cd? Well this program automates it.
This is a frontend to ffmpeg and standard VCD/DVD ripping creation programs written in perl-gtk2. It is designed to enable (as seperate processes) ;VCD/DVD ripping;Any Media-transcoding that ffmpeg supports ;DVD creation
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 !
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).
A Perl script that utilizes transcode, ffmpeg, mjpeg, and dvdauthor to convert a DivX movie to DVD compliant files (AUDIO_TS, VIDEO_TS). Pipes are used to combine the mpeg2 conversion, multiplexing, and dvdauthor'ing into one step.
DynaRipper was discntinued....
EZ Transcoder is a wrapper for three pass encoding with mencode designed specifically for for transcoding existing MPEG2 files (such as those captured by a TV Capture card) to DivX/MPEG4 format. It is currently a perl console app.
Video community (like youtube) in hours not months. Requires Mplayer, Mencoder, FFmpeg, Lame and Flvtool2. Designed for both low and high end websites supporting almost any file extension, with ease of upload for console/mobile support
Pencoder is a mencoder frontend written in Perl. It has both text and gui interfaces, and is aimed to be easy and comfortable to use. Its primary purpose is to re-encode video files for use in PDAs, but it is also a nice generic purpose frontend.
Provides a console frontend for batch encoding video and audio files on Unix. It provides various tools to ease encoding and calculation required bitrates when burning various files on a single DVD.
perl2dvd is part of a video conversion plug-in for SageTV. A few of its uses are creating DVD's, cutting commercials, and compressing videos.
Tivo2dvd creates and executes the series of commands required to access, format, and burn television shows from a Series II Tivo directly to a DVD. It supports processing multiple shows at once, to a DVD with menus.
A Perl script that takes VOB (DVD), DV, MOV, DivX files or VideoTV input and makes a Divx movie using transcode to encode it. Extensibly customizable, and interactive with voice support (using flite) to report progress.
Voquad : Video On Quasi Demand. This is a Video on Demand Web Based Application. You have to select your video listed in a web page then click for encoding in Theora format. It's use the "<video>" tag from HTML 5 for streaming.
A GUI for dvd to matroska backups, bitterbpp uses autodetection and bits/pixel estimates to generate high quality output. It features multiple audio/subtitle track capabilities (direct copy and/or vorbis transcoding), and supports different video codecs.
Automated CD/DVD ripper program
After a catastrophic disk failure, I needed to re-rip several hundred CDs and DVDs. None of the available solutions worked quite the way I wanted them to work, so I decided to spend a little time making a script to remove as much pain as possible from the process. The idea here is to have a system which is comprised of three parts - a ripper daemon, an encoder daemon, and a frontend. I'm planning to use avahi to automate discovery of the backend pieces, udisk to automate discovery of optical drives, and perl to glue it all together. I'd like to make the backends modular, but for the time being, I'm going to be hard-coding the encode formats (mp3/mp4) and programs used (lame, handbrake-cli, cdparanoia).