tdsdump allows capture and printing of encapsulated postscript output from Tektronix TDS210, TDS220, and TDS224 digital oscilloscopes that have the TDS2CM option installed. It captures the serial data stream from the scope, and captures the content between the %PS-Adobe and %%EOF tags (inclusive) in the data, optionally spooling the result to a printer. This allows the scope to screen dump without a dedicated printer.
The Java Media Framework (JMF) is an API for incorporating audio, video, and other time-based media into Java applications and applets. It is an optional package that extends the multimedia capabilities on the Java2 platform. The Blackdown JMF is a Performace Pack which includes native code in order to provide faster processing and tighter integration with Linux than the all-Java version.
vfp (video for Pascal) is a Freepascal interface to video4linux. This package contains the unit videodev.pas (similar to videodev.h) and an object-oriented version which supplies the different functionalities via plugins. vfp also supports special video cameras modified for long time integration. vfp is a subpackage of the SImg software.
WWWcam is for grabbing, archiving, and Web publishing pictures from a video-device-based Webcam. With the CPiA webcam driver it supports even USB and parallel port webcams. Beside normal functions like connecting wwwcam directly with a browser and automatic picture reload from your Website, it has many special functions. It can write an adjustable title with timestamp in the picture, and it can perform automatic brightness correction. It can also compare the taken picture with last one and decide whether or not to save the picture for archiving. It tells you if there was activity in the camera's field of view. Finally, it does FTP upload and limits the number of pictures in a directory.
pad sequential filenames so alphabetical order matches numerical order. It automatically determines the necessary integer field width, treats filenames with different prefixes or suffixes separately, removes redundant padding, and is reasonably efficient, even for thousands of names.