dmap2gcode is a depth map image cutting program. A depth map is a greyscale image in which the darkness or lightness of each pixel corresponds to the depth (or height) of the object at each point. dmap2gcode supports various cutter geometries (flat, ball nose, and v-bit), two types of cut entry (straight and arc), a full set of roughing options, and various other settings, all controlled through a graphical user interface. The g-code output from dmap2gcode is compatible with LinuxCNC and Mach3.
FF Multi Converter is a simple graphical application that converts audio, video, image, and document files between all popular formats, using and combining other programs. It uses ffmpeg for audio/video files, unoconv for document files, and the ImageMagick library for image file conversions.
jWordConvert is a Java library which can read and render Word documents natively to convert to PDF, to convert to images, or to print the documents automatically. The library is 100% Java, so it can run on any platform which supports Java. It does not use any third party software or native calls, and can be run in a server environment or integrated into a desktop application.
Image Tools is a screen capture and file sharing tool. It features multi-threaded batch image resizing, conversion, cropping, flipping/rotating, watermarks, decolorizing (grayscale, negative, sepia), and optimizing. The BMP, GIF, TIFF, JPEG, PNG, and EMF image types are supported. It is compatible with MONO (only for GNOME). Multicore processing is supported to increase performance. The quality for output when optimizing is variable. Color channels can be filtered. An internal benchmarking tool is available. Indexed pixel format images can be processed.
phpMyGPX is a Web application based on PHP, MySQL, and OpenLayers to manage photos and GPX files with a browser, on your local machine or online, to share your tracks and images. GPX is an XML file format containing track points and routes collected by GPS receivers, and is very popular with navigation, geocaching, and OpenStreetMap.