DVD95 is an GNOME application to convert DVD9 to DVD5 (4.7 GB). It needs no additional packages, since embedded versions of vamps and dvdauthor are included. The interface is pretty simple to use. The shrinking factor may be computed for best results, or an adaptive compression ratio method may be used. The DVD can be converted to a file tree or an ISO file. The result can be viewed in xine, vlc, or mplayer. Burning the converted image is done with third party software. The output can either include or omit the menus in the source.
unweave opens each of a list of image files, removes the artifacts generated by weave interlacing, and overwrites the original file (unless told otherwise). The artifacts are removed by simply removing either the odd or the even lines of the image, and interpolating them from the remaining lines.
A.M.I.C.U.S. (Automatic Multimedia Installation Configuration Utility System) helps users quickly and easily install and configure MythTV on generic PC hardware. It uses the Debian Netinst CD to install GNU/Linux and just the required packages to allow a functional MythTV on low end hardware.
mplex13818 is an ISO 13818 stream multiplexer for real-time usage that handles both program and transport streams and PES. It is designed to run uninterruptedly on a streaming server that propagates a number of ISO 13818 broadcast streams, reorganizing the streams in real time. It includes an EN 300468 SI table generator.
GBAconv is a set of tools aimed at GameBoy Advance developers, allowing them to convert WAV sounds and PCX images into C arrays to be included in GBA programs. It is composed of two programs: pcx2gba (exports a PCX 8-bpp image to 16-bit values C arrays: palette and image data (2 pixels per value)) and wav2gba (exports a WAV 8-bit mono sound to an 8-bit signed values array).