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- The Farstream (formerly Farsight2) project is an effort to create a framework to deal with all known audio/video conferencing protocols. On one side it offers a generic API that makes it possible to write plugins for different streaming protocols, on the other side it offers an API for clients to use those plugins.
This package provides Python bindings for Farstream.
- FFmpeg is a complete solution to record, convert and stream audio and video. Its components include:
- ffmpeg – Converts one video file format to another and supports grabbing and encoding in real time from a TV card.
- ffserver – HTTP (RTSP is being developed) multimedia streaming server for live broadcasts that supports time shifting.
- ffplay – simple media player based on SDL and the ffmpeg libraries
- ffprobe – a media file prober
- libavcodec – library containing all FFmpeg audio/video encoders and decoders (most developed from scratch for best performances and high reusability)
- libavfilter – video and audio filtering library
- libavformat – library of parsers and generators for all common audio/video formats
- libavutil – utility library containing functions used by all FFmpeg components
- libswscale – video scaler and pixel format converter
- libswresample – audio resampler and sample format converter
- libpostproc – video post-processing library
- HandBrake is a graphical video converter.
- Title / Chapter selection
- Queue up multiple encodes
- Chapter Markers
- Subtitles (VobSub, Closed Captions CEA-608, SSA, SRT)
- Constant Quality or Average Bitrate Video Encoding
- Support for VFR, CFR and VFR
- Video Filters: Deinterlacing, Decomb, Detelecine, Deblock, Grayscale, Cropping and scaling
- Live Video Preview
- Lib-Ray Video Tools
- LRVT is the reference implementation of Lib-Ray, a video standard for fixed media with no technical restrictions like encryption or region codes. It is proposed as a replacement for restricted formats like DVD and Blu-ray, and builds on existing open standards like HTML5 and MKV.
The end result is a DRM-free format that supports interactive menus and video playback from a disc, flash memory card or other fixed storage.
- MediaCrush is a media sharing server and Web service. You can upload images, sound and videos in convenient ways.
Many free clients are available for it, as well as browser add-ons.
- Quod Libet
- Quod Libet is a music player with flexible library management. Ex Falso is a library manager for users who prefer their existing music player.
Rather than categorize songs only by genre, artist, and album, Quod Libet lets you sort, search and display them however you want. Additionally it supports editing music tags and metadata. It supports regular searches, regular expression searches, automatic tagging via MusicBrainz and CDDB, tag editing, album cover display, ReplayGain, multimedia keys, an OSD, and plugin support for extra functionality. Ex Falso provides the same features for library management.
- RecordMyDesktop is a desktop session recorder for GNU/Linux that attemps to be easy to use, yet also effective at it's primary
task. As such, the program is separated in two parts; a simple command line tool that performs the basic tasks of capturing and encoding and an interface that exposes the program functionality in a usable way.
The commandline tool (which essentially is recordMyDesktop), is written in C, while there are two frontends, written in python with pyGtk (gtk-recordMyDesktop) and pyQt4 (qt-recordMyDesktop).
RecordMyDesktop offers also the ability to record audio through ALSA, OSS or the JACK audio server.
- SimpleScreenRecorder is a graphical tool that lets you record videos, with or without sound, of your desktop, of your games… It can record in various formats, with different quality settings.
- Totem is the official movie player of the GNOME desktop environment based on xine-lib or GStreamer.
It features a playlist, a full-screen mode, seek and volume controls, as well as keyboard navigation. Features include:
- Play any xine or GStreamer supported file (depending on the backend chosen, defaults to xine)
- LIRC support
- Shoutcast, m3u, asx, SMIL and ra playlists support (also usable from a shipped LGPL library)
- DVD (with menus), VCD and Digital CD (with CDDB) playback, disc-type automatically detected
- TV-Out configuration with optional resolution switching
- 4.0, 4.1, 5.0, 5.1, stereo and AC3 Passthrough audio output
- Full-screen mode (move your mouse and you get nice controls) with Xinerama, dual-head and Viewport support
- Remote operation mode to control a running Totem
- Seek and Volume controls
- Aspect ratio changing, Scaling based on the video's original size
- Full keyboard control
- Playlist with Repeat and Shuffle modes, with saving feature and drag'n'drop reordering
- Gnome and Nautilus integration (Totem registers the file-types, adds a menu item, uses the proxy configuration, saves sessions, and registers pnm, mms, uvox and rtsp schemes, removes playlist items from a disc that's getting ejected)
- Video thumbnailer for the file manager
- Webcam utility (in development)
- Nautilus properties tab
- A Mozilla plugin
- Properties window (information about the current movie)
- Drag'n'drop and mousewheel actions
- Screenshot feature
- Brightness, Contrast, Hue and Saturation control
- Visualisation plugin when playing audio-only files
- Telestrator mode using Gromit
- Video thumbnailer
- Nautilus properties page
- Works on remote displays
- Optional GTK+-only build
- Automatic external subtitle load, or manual (only on the command-line, use like: totem file:///file.avi#subtitle:file.srt)
- DVD, VCD and OGG/OGM subtitles and languages support
- Dialog for more accurate seeking
- Authentication dialogs when location requires it
- Right-to-Left languages support
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