SIMD-accelerated libjpeg-compatible JPEG codec library
libjpeg-turbo is a JPEG image codec that uses SIMD instructions (MMX, SSE2, NEON, AltiVec) to accelerate baseline JPEG compression and decompression on x86, x86-64, ARM, and PowerPC systems. On such systems, libjpeg-turbo is generally 2-6x as fast as libjpeg, all else being equal. On other types of systems, libjpeg-turbo can still outperform libjpeg by a significant amount, by virtue of its highly-optimized Huffman coding routines. In many cases, the performance of libjpeg-turbo rivals that of proprietary high-speed JPEG codecs. libjpeg-turbo implements both the traditional libjpeg API as well as the less powerful but more straightforward TurboJPEG API. libjpeg-turbo also features colorspace extensions that allow it to compress from/decompress to 32-bit and big-endian pixel buffers (RGBX, XBGR, etc.), as well as a full-featured Java interface.
Mjpeg tools is a suite of programs which support video capture, editing, playback, and compression to MPEG of MJPEG video. Edit, play and compression software is hardware independent. Capture supports MJPEG hardware (Buz,DC10+ etc). and V4l2 devices.
DVDx 4.0 is a very easy to use audio/video encoder and a powerful DVD copier. Read DVDs and audio/video files, encode to popular video formats: (S)VCD/CVD/DVD, Xvid/Divx, MPEG-4, H.264/AVC, QuickTime, Flash Video, Ogg, WebM, AC.3, MP3, MP4/AAC etc.
OpenGLide is a Glide to OpenGL wrapper. It emulates a Voodoo board so you can run old Windows Glide games by translating Glide calls into OpenGL.
SW Tools + HW design example for Mechanical Narrow Band TV
This project contains useful software tools to create a NBTV (Narrow Band Television) video source (+audio, and optionally with color) on a classical 2-channel PC audio output. It also includes a document on a hardware example explained in details, as well as how to use software tools.
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 .
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MacMPEG2Decoder (aka MM2D) decodes MPEG2 video into a variety of formats, normally quicktime based, on a Macintosh (Classic & OSX).
FFavs, fast forwarding or transcoding every video format to AVS format. The name comes from FFmpeg. Because of its cheap license and good compression efficiency, AVS is a better choice to replace MPEG-2 than H.264/AVC.