SCRAP (Security Camera Recording APplication) is a security camera recording application that is capable of working with any video4linux compatible device. It can grab frames from multiple inputs on a single device or from multiple capture boards at the same time. It has a very reliable motion detection system that records only when movement is detected, ignoring light changes. Videos are recorded using XviD's MPEG-4 codec. A recording archive management system is included.
AVChat is audio and video chat software based on Flash Communication Server with an easy to use interface. It supports real time audio/video communication with bandwidth control and automatic webcam and microphone detection, enhanced text chat with a language filter and bold/italic/color options, a users list with genre/camera/admin icons, private and public rooms, an admin section with log review and ban/kick by IP, a nick filter, and support for free and premium users. A PHP file is used for configuration options. Flash Communication Server is used for the text/audio/video streams.
ImageIM is a plugin for Gaim that lets buddies send screenshots to each other via HTTP. Users can simply click the ImageIM button, select a portion of the screen, and then send their buddy the image. If the buddy doesn't have ImageIM, they will receive a link pointing them to the image.
libiptcdata is a C library for manipulating the International Press Telecommunications Council (IPTC) metadata stored within multimedia files such as images. This metadata can include captions and keywords, often used by popular photo management applications. The library provides routines for parsing, viewing, modifying, and saving this metadata. The libiptcdata package also includes Python bindings and a command-line utility, iptc, for viewing and editing IPTC data in JPEG files.
Browsershots is a system for automatically capturing screenshots of Web pages in a variety of browsers and making these images available to the public. Its goal is to make it easier to test the compatibility of Web pages with a variety of browsers. The system distributes the work of making screenshots among community members. Anyone can add URLs to the job queue on a central server.
Gallery Mage is a client side photo gallery management system designed to work with online gallery display scripts such as SPGM. Using Gallery Mage, one can select, caption, rotate, crop, resize, and upload photos taken with a digital camera to an online photo gallery. The rotate, crop, and resize parameters are stored as text data with the images, and the operations are only performed on a copy of the photo while exporting, thus preserving the original picture files. Gallery Mage provides abstraction from the online display software.