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.
MultiVideo is an image sequence viewer that is targeted to researchers in the image processing field. It features the ability to display several sequences simultaneously in multiple synchronized views, supports many sequence formats, (including formats without compression that are very useful for researchers), displays very long image sequences without loading them in memory, and runs on multiple platforms thanks to the wxWindows library.
Based on the sources of Quicktime4Linux, OpenQuicktime has since been extensively remodeled and streamlined. The build system is based on Automake/libtool and builds on most varieties of Unix. The codecs are all external from the main library. Included is a player, encoder, audio and video extractors, and a number of other utilities.
Apple QuickTime allows users to create, play, and stream audio and video content over the Internet. Features include playback of MPEG-4 video, AAC audio, and Instant-On media, easy-to-use controls, bass and treble controls, balance control, streaming media support, the ability to save movie favorites, as well as the ability to view VR and interactive content. The Pro version also includes an AAC encoder.
VACUM is framework for video analysis and comparison. It provides flexible input handling, an image processing library, and tools for objective and visual measurement of the video quality. It includes a video player that can play multiple video files side-by-side, compare video frames and generate "visual diff", display PSNR values, and single step through the frames.