Lava's jWave is a versatile set of packages for Java that allow you to easily create and process RIFF files, with a special emphasis on reading and writing Microsoft PCM .wav files. jWave was initially released as an integrated feature of Lava, a general-purpose class library for Java. By popular demand, it is distributed in its own bundle.
LAMP (Linux Audio Mangling Project) is a GUI-based audio editor for Linux. It has most of the usual features found in other audio editing packages plus some other odd ones. It supports several audio formats, and LADSPA is used as the primary plugin source. The GUI is written using GTK+.
SImg is a software for astronomical image processing. It contains a tool for visualization of highly dynamic images. The package consists of a library and applications which use it. Some of the features are deconvolution (various methods), Video4Linux support, PSF computation, approximation by linear combination of images and polynoms, various color transforms, automatic shifting of image sets (for addition and color composition), and more.
Xpand is a simple Python script with Glade GUI front-end for sox, cdparanoia, notlame, mpg123, and normalize. It uses the compand option in sox to adjust the dynamic range of music so the soft parts can be heard in a noisy environment, such as a car. The volume level can be normalized to a standard level so that music originally recorded at different levels will all have the same volume. Music can be read from an MP3, WAV file, or straight from a music CD and output to a MP3 or WAV file.
WebPic is an application used to take a directory of digital cam pictures, and provide a frontend for Web viewing. It allows you to scale the images to different values, add comments, and display them in varying HTML styles. It uses ImageMagick for the image processing, and PerlMagick as the interface. It also requires the use of Tk::JPEG for image display. Please read the included Readme for more information on development and bugs.
MultiSlice RTP is a radiotherapy treatment planning and medical image processing system developed for Silicon Graphics MIPS architecture systems and the IRIX operating system (5.3 and above). It allows you to manipulate upto 20 2D CT image slices as one 3D slice and run bulk batch processing algorithms on the images loaded. Written in C and linked against the MOTIF toolkit, it also runs on Xfree/Linux/Lesstif and can load RAW CT images from a CT scanner directly.