DelVJ is a live video mixer VJing program for realtime video 3D composition and algorithmic video remixing of multiple sources such as multitrack video inputs from Firewire cameras, video media files, Puredata video channels, images, and text and RSS news feeds. It can send these sources to multiple outputs such as recording to hard disk and streaming to the Internet, local net, and screens. DelVJ can be controlled through OSC, and has interfaces for the Web and GTK. DelVJ allows multiple users to work on collaborative live video mixing projects for events, live broadcasts, artistic displays, and lighting effects. DelVJ aims for the flexibility and convenience needed for Pixel fests of many kinds.
Mumudvb is a program that redistributes streams from DVB on a network using multicast or HTTP unicast. Its main feature is to multicast a whole DVB transponder by assigning each channel a different multicast Group. It can operate Conditional Access Modules (CAM), and therefore works with encrypted streams. It has very low CPU and memory usage.
CGG is a simple static Web photo gallery, designed to be clean and easily usable, with EXIF support. Generated pages are static HTML files with no extra requirements on the server. The gallery source is a set of XML files containing everything needed. The gallery has modern design, and pages are valid XHTML 1.0 and CSS 2. No GUI is supplied: this is a console application, allowing easy scripting (e.g. auto-refresh after new images are uploaded via FTP).
Image matting tool cuts out objects in photos using an alpha-matting technique. While clear cuts can be found for all objects that are clearly separated from their environment, objects with fuzzy borders and semi-transparent areas don't have a clear outline. The tool creates an alpha channel that defines the degree to which the background shines through the foreground for every pixel. The background color can then be subtracted. The user defines a rough boundary of an object with a large brush and a high-quality segmentation is generated. Problematic areas can be edited manually.
neXtgen Povray Editor (XPE) is a graphical editor for Povray based on wxWidgets library. It looks like a modern code editor (like Kdevelop, Netbeans, or Eclipse) but is focused on Povray. It is organized to optimize work space and includes numerous features (nearly all those from Povray's Windows version and many other extra features).
Vulpive is webcomic archive software with all of the common features of other online comics, plus some fairly novel ones. Comics can be uploaded for particular dates in advance, and will appear at midnight. There is a separate "calendar view" where comics can be browsed by thumbnail. Three different layout modes are available. Commentary for individual comics is supported. Plot arcs can be organized into chapters. It is easily skinnable by anyone with basic HTML or CSS experience. An automatic RSS feed is provided.
There are many photo-gallery programs available. Zoph is different, as it concentrates on the management of large collection of photos instead of just showing them on the Web. It can store a lot of information about your photos, including the regular EXIF info, photographer, location, title, description, rating, and the people in the photo. Photos can appear in multiple albums and categories. Additional features include search, slideshows, lightboxes, email, access privileges, and multiple languages.