Capivara is a graphical file transfer and file synchronization application. It supports network protocols such as SFTP and FTP.

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  • Great, and amazing program, easy, and simple to use. GUI may need work, but almost everything has hotkeys, and does almost all of your audio editing needs. There's even plugins available for auto tuning your voice both for windows, and linux (don't have a mac sorry) No doubt the best free alternative to soundbooth. I'd recommend this program anyday.

  • Very useful project!

  • I used it everyday, great app!

  • good job

  • A very good work done. A very good GUI

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Languages

French, Polish, Italian, English, Chinese (Traditional), Brazilian Portuguese, Chinese (Simplified), German, Japanese, Spanish

User Interface

Java Swing

Programming Language

Java

Registered

2005-02-20