V CAST Media Manager is an application to manage videos, pictures, and music on your phone and computer. It can be used to save the pictures and videos created with your phone onto your computer. It can transfer files between your computer and phone via a compatible USB cable. It can be used to create picture albums, slideshows, and video playlists. Its included editing tools can be used to touch up pictures. It can transfer songs from your computer to your phone. It can import music and playlists from other applications. It can rip and burn CDs. It can also be used with an optional online storage subscription account to upload and backup your files and download them later from the Web or a compatible phone.
FFmpeg is a tool for converting audio, video, and subtitles. It includes libavcodec, the leading open source codec library. It also includes libavformat (implementing muxers and demuxers), libswscale (for very fast video scaling), and libavfilter (an advanced video filter system supporting arbitrary filter graphs), and libavutil (a utility library intended to supplement libc). A simple multimedia player is included too. An experimental streaming server for live broadcasts is also included.
DaisyDuck provides the ability to playback Daisy 2.02 online books and local books (reachable directly on a physical media). The interface is simplified for quick handling, even for people with a handicap like partially sighted persons. Intuitive keyboard shortcuts provide an easy way to access the functionalities of the application and to navigate within books (by chapter and by paragraph). DaisyDuck automatically saves the position where the playback of a book was interrupted. Then, when this book is reloaded, the playback begins at the last position without any action of the listener.
Orc is a library and set of tools for compiling and executing very simple programs that operate on arrays of data. The "language" is a generic assembly language that represents many of the features available in SIMD architectures, including saturated addition and subtraction, and many arithmetic operations.
Bangarang is a semantically empowered media player. Fully integrated with KDE’s Nepomuk semantic storage, Bangarang has access to indexed media information and automatically shares its own media information, rating, tags, and usage statistics with other Nepomuk powered applications. Anything Phonon multimedia system plays, Bangarang plays. Audio settings and video settings are automatically enabled if the Phonon backend supports it. Plasma desktop widgets with MPRIS support can directly control Bangarang. Bangarang keeps you in control of your media experience. It provides quick access to lists of recently played, highest rated, and frequently played items. The Info View provides helpful information when you need it. Media information can be edited easily. It can fetch artist, song, movie, and TV show information from open data providers like Last.fm, themoviedb.org, and theTVDB.com. Bangarang lets you use either tags or files and folders to organize your media in any way you wish.
MSCP (Media Server Control Panel) is a management interface for Icecast2 with comprehensive functionality. An administrator can create users and then edit access rights, set the number of listener slots, enable or disable AutoDJ, etc. Users may change several parameters of the Icecast2 server and the AutoDJ via a Web-based interface. Audio compression formats supported by the AutoDJ are MP3, Ogg Vorbis, and FLAC. MSCP does not require an SQL server and runs on an independent Web server. It also sets Icecast2 to Shoutcast-compatible mode.