338 projects tagged "Conversion"

Download No website Updated 06 Nov 2003 DVB Driver Project

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The DVB Driver Project has very good drivers for DVB cards by many manufacturers (e.g., Hauppauge WinTV DVB-s and WinTV Nova, Siemens, Technotrend, Galaxis, and Technisat). It supports DVB-s, DVB-t, and DVB-c.

Download Website Updated 19 Feb 2014 Video Disk Recorder

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Vit 42.11

Video Disk Recorder (VDR) is a digital satellite receiver program using Linux and DVB technologies. It can record MPEG2 streams, as well as output the stream to TV. It also supports plugins for DVD, DivX, or MP3 playback and more.

Download Website Updated 02 Jul 2001 Xpand

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Xpand is a simple Python script with Glade GUI front-end for sox, cdparanoia, notlame, mpg123, and normalize. It uses the compand option in sox to adjust the dynamic range of music so the soft parts can be heard in a noisy environment, such as a car. The volume level can be normalized to a standard level so that music originally recorded at different levels will all have the same volume. Music can be read from an MP3, WAV file, or straight from a music CD and output to a MP3 or WAV file.

Download Website Updated 18 Mar 2003 NewVideoRecorder

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Vit 5.79

NewVideoRecorder is a high quality video capture toolkit for Linux. It includes deep buffering of audio and video to reduce frame dropping, a smooth dropping algorithm to keep the video smooth if dropping is required, and dynamic stretching of the audio stream to exactly match the video stream. It can use v4l1 and v4l2 devices as video sources, and OSS devices as an audio source. It can produce QuickTime, AVI, NuppelVideo 0.52 files, MPEG-1 files, and all files supported by ffmpeg (through the ffmpeg library). It also includes tools and utilities for high quality video streaming (multicast and unicast).

Download Website Updated 11 Dec 2002 FDMS-3 Ripper

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FDMS-3 Ripper lets you select audio tracks from an FDMS-3 filesystem and rip them to WAV format on a Linux system. It has been tested using a standard external SCSI hard disk onto which music had been recorded from a Fostex FD-8 multitrack hard disk recorder.

Download Website Updated 01 Nov 2009 transcode

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transcode is a text console video-stream processing tool. It supports elementary video and audio frame transformations. Some example modules are included to enable import of MPEG-1/2, Digital Video, and other formats. It also includes export modules for writing to AVI files with DivX, OpenDivX, XviD, Digital Video or other codecs. Direct DVD transcoding is also supported. A set of tools is available to extract and decode the sources into raw video/audio streams for import and to enable post-processing of AVI files.

Download No website Updated 26 May 2001 Blackdown Java Media Framework for Linux

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The Java Media Framework (JMF) is an API for incorporating audio, video, and other time-based media into Java applications and applets. It is an optional package that extends the multimedia capabilities on the Java2 platform. The Blackdown JMF is a Performace Pack which includes native code in order to provide faster processing and tighter integration with Linux than the all-Java version.

Download Website Updated 22 May 2001 RTTTL2WAV

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RTTL2WAV converts a RTTTL-formatted mobile phone ringing tone to a WAV file. The output of this program can also be copied to stdout as a raw PCM data (linear 44.1kHz signed 16bit integers). It also includes a shell script which allows you to listen ringing tones directly with your sound card.

Download Website Updated 08 Jun 2012 Gmerlin

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Vit 12.07

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.

Download Website Updated 21 Jul 2002 Bonk

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Bonk is an audio compression program that can operate in either lossy or lossless mode. In lossy mode, it achieves around 14:1 compression while remaining perceptually lossless; equivalent to around 95 kbps for CD quality stereo. In lossless mode, which allows exact recovery of the original audio file, the compression ratio is typically around 2:1. The compressed files are stored in a new format based on speech compression techniques. Compressed files can then be converted back to an uncompressed format or played back in real time.

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OpenSIPS

A mature implementation of a SIP server/proxy.

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A Qt-based multimedia player.