Gmerlin is a set of multimedia libraries which comes with several applications. Applications include a full featured media player with Gtk-2 GUI, an audio/video transcoder, a webcam application, and an ALSA mixer. The libraries provide many low-level functions like handling of uncompressed A/V streams or decoding a wide range of multimedia formats. All libraries were written with good reusability in mind, so you can easily write your own applications based on gmerlin libraries.
|Tags||multimedia Sound/Audio Players Video Conversion|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: This release adds a commandline recorder, a v4l2 output plugin, improvements for broadcasting plugins, and many bugfixes.
Release Notes: This release brings support for compressed streams in the transcoder, configuration presets, and lots of minor improvements and fixes.
Release Notes: This release fixes some problems reported with the last version. No new features were added.
Release Notes: This release brings many cleanups in the player and transcoder. Seeking is much faster, and the video window is updated while the seek slider is moved. A recording application with broadcasting capability was added.
Release Notes: This release features JACK audio I/O, a parallelized port of the yadif deinterlacer from MPlayer, better Webcam support, and a video thumbnailer.