shrip is an application for ripping and encoding DVDs into AVI, OGM, MKV, or MP4 files. It relies on OGMRip to perform its tasks. It also supports a wide variety of codecs such as MPEG4, XviD, Theora, and H.264 for video, Vorbis, MP3, AAC, AC3, DTS, and WAV for audio, and VobSub and Srt for subtitles.
FFpocket is a tool for using ffmpeg's features. It carries out the tasks of frame decoding from a video file, audio decoding from a multimedia file (video/audio) precise frame/time seeking including b-frames, audio downsampling and special minmax averaging. The source code is intented to be simple, human-readable and free of memory leaks. It can be used as a shared library by larger projects that want to incorporate multimedia features.
The main part of av_convert is a C++ API for accessing audio/video files (AVI, Quicktime, YUV4MPEG stream, WAV, etc.). This functionality is provided by a library and a set of plugin modules for I/O backends and audio/video codecs. Using this library, "av_convert" can convert between these file formats and provide basic editing functions, such as cutting parts of different video sources to one destination. The included program "av_rec" can record real-time video from a v4l-video-source with A/V sync.
AKVIS Sketch is a program for conversion of photos into pencil sketches and watercolor drawings. It can make any photo look like a black-and-white or color drawing, and it can imitate the techniques of graphite or color pencils, charcoal, or watercolor painting. The program works in an entertaining way. It allows you to observe the conversion of a photo into a drawing or watercolor in real time, and even lets you interrupt the process when the required result is achieved. Its special effects can be used to create a blend of a drawing and a photo, imitate motion, or add a "time machine effect" by swirling the background. It can accentuate certain parts of an image by blurring the rest of it.