Mach64 video4linux2 is a video4linux device driver for older Mach64 TV tuner cards. It is very alpha, and has only been tested with a few cards: a 4 MB All-in-wonder capture card, a 2 MB ATI Rage II+ with an ISA add-on TV card, and an ATI Rage Pro video card with an ISA add-on TV card. There are versions for 2.6.* and 2.4.* kernels.
Qtpfsgui is an open source graphical user interface application that aims to provide a workflow for HDR imaging. Supported operations include: creations of a HDR file from a set of images of a scene taken at different exposure settings, tone-mapping an HDR image into a common LDR image format (e.g JPEG or PNG), and loading, saving, and rotating existing HDR images.
ucview is a video image capture application that uses the unicap toolkit. It provides a simple way to parametrize the video device, can capture still images from the video stream, or record the stream as an MPEG file. By using unicap, it can access many different video capture devices like webcams, video grabber boards, IEEE-1394 (FireWire) cameras, and others.
Bibble is a professional image-manipulation application for processing of raw photos from digital cameras. It provides a fast and high quality raw workflow. It features a fully integrated browser, user configurable tools/views, powerful batch processing, raw optimized printing, a flexible renaming system, advanced settings for copy and paste, IPTC meta-data support, and tethered shooting.
The idea behind dvbd is to make maximum use of your DVB card by allowing multiple channels on the same frequency to be tuned. It is split into a daemon (dvbd) and client programs (dvbcat, dvbsched, and dvblist). It is possible to associate a priority with a connection to the daemon, so that (depending on the given priority) the tuner can be made available by dropping connections of inferior priority. DVB-T, DVB-S, and DVB-C are supported. Conditional Access Modules (CAMs) are not yet supported.
The HP OfficeJet Linux driver provides printing, scanning, and photo-card access support for most Hewlett-Packard multi-function peripherals connected to a parallel port, USB port, or LAN via selected HP JetDirect print servers. Additional applications are provided to view the contents of the front-panel LCD and to access other control and status features of the device.