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Piksel is a framework of tools and libraries which aims to provide interoperability between various free software applications dealing with video manipulation techniques. The current focuses of the project are: implement a library for plugin dinamicly loaded video processors and colorspace transformations; develop of a standard set of control commands for interoperability between media applications, providing a library implementation which makes it easy to be embedded into softwares. This project has its origins at the Piksel meeting held at the Bergen Center for Electronic Arts, in which authors from various free software applications met to settle common specifications: EffecTV, FreeJ, LiVES, MoB, PD/PDP, VeeJay.
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released on 1 January 1970
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This entry (in part or in whole) was last reviewed on 25 November 2003.
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