MASH is a modular, automated script harness. It allows users to implement simple harnesses that perform work external to a system. The framework will invoke that harness as outlined by an XML script. For example, when using the framework to test a system you could create a script that cleans and loads a database, FTPs some data, submits a login form, and verifies HTTP information. Harnesses can easily be built to do almost anything (many harnesses are provided), not just Web page verification. While harnesses are written in Java, the scripts may be run against any type of system as harnesses are intended to act as clients.
FFmpegPHP is a pure OO PHP port of the ffmpeg-php wrapper. It adds an easy to use, object-oriented API for accessing and retrieving information from video and audio files. It has methods for returning frames from movie files as images that can be manipulated using PHP's image functions. This works well for automatically creating thumbnail images from movies. It is also useful for reporting the duration and bitrate of audio files (MP3, WMA, etc.). It can access many of the video formats supported by ffmpeg, including MOV, AVI, MPG, and WMV.
AlbumE is software that lets you to create a Web site with photo albums organized by categories in a simple and fast way. The software is able to create thumbnails and menus automatically for your categories and albums. AlbumE also lets you to add pages in your Web site simply. It is totally skinnable. AlbumE needs the Flash Player plugin to be installed in visitors' browsers to work.
Moose is a framework for getting XML into and out of Java software. It integrates easily with Spring, Spring Web Services, or plain Java applications. It will generate an XML schema which describes your mapping configuration. Spring Web Services can wrap Moose's schema generator, creating a nice stack for simple, rapid development of SOAP Web services in Java.
RTSPdump is a tool for downloading a multimedia stream from a Windows Media server (WMServer). It accepts rtsp:// and mms:// URLs. It supports both UDP and TCP traffic. The stream can be saved into a WMV file for archiving or timeshifting purposes or passed through stdout to another program for processing or immediate viewing. It has also limited support for other brands of servers that also provide RTSP streaming.