The Open Game Libraries is a collection of separately usable C++ libraries for creating games. It provides OpenGL window management, zip file management, OpenAL audio management, a developer console window, input management, bitmapped fonts with Unicode and kerning support, image loading and saving, model loading and importing, and generic classes and objects for game development such as math and text processing.
Boom is a simple volume booster application that lets you boost the volume of your Mac, your music, and video files. Changing the volume with Boom is the same as changing the volume normally. It can boost the volume of videos on YouTube or Hulu, your music playing on iTunes, voice applications like Skype and iChat, and your favorite Games.
XOSDVolume is a graphical sound volume level indicator. It monitors the audio mixer device, and whenever there is a change, it displays the current volume level on an OSD-type window for a short time. It supports real transparency by using the X Shape extension, without the need of an X compositing manager.
Rubber Band is a high quality software library for audio time-stretching and pitch-shifting. It permits you to change the tempo and pitch of an audio stream or recording dynamically and independently of one another. Rubber Band is a library intended for use by developers creating their own application programs rather than directly by end users, although it does also include a simple command-line utility program that you can use for fixed adjustments to the speed and pitch of existing audio files.
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.