Videomanager is a Web-based video manager. It's not a Youtube/Vimeo clone, it just provides the core functionality of uploading, converting, and displaying videos. Commercial support is also available, as well as enterprise features like distributed rendering, tracking, and live streaming.
PASAP runs in the background, checking whether a stream exists, and, if it does, plays it. It was originally written to play back audio provided by MPD in remotely networked locations, but it also allows consumer-grade HD decoders (WDTV) to automatically play back audio/video streams from an HTTP address.
FF Multi Converter is a simple graphical application which 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 PythonMagick library for image file conversions.
mptsd receives MPEGTS streams from UDP/multicast or HTTP and combines them into one multiple program stream that is suitable for outputing to a DVB-C modulator. It has been tested with the Dektec DTE-3114 Quad QAM Modulator and it is used in production in couple of small DVB-C networks.
HeldenViewer makes it possible to search for, download, and view Youtube videos in a very easy to use fashion. An important feature is the concept of adding authors as favorites, in order to be notified at the next start of HeldenViewer if the author has uploaded a new video. You will no longer be interrupted by any commercials. Much like the Youtube platform, you can watch the videos while downloading and use your favorite videoplayer to do this. The only restriction is that the video player must be able to play .flv files, e.g. VideoLanClient.
365Video is a video blogging platform that makes it easy to upload, convert, and publish videos on the Web. It works with any video format supported by FFmpeg and supports tagged posts, a navigation sidebar with dates and tags, an easily customizable template, and low resource consumption.
Grab Downloading Flash Video is a Bash script designed to be called via a Linux GNOME Desktop custom shortcut key while a Flash video is playing in your Firefox or Chrome browser. The script attempts to find the file being downloaded, waits for the download to finish, and then copies it to a configured directory. Prior to Flash 10.2, it was easy to find the file yourself in the /tmp directory. But starting with version 10.2, this script is more useful because the file is deleted but internally still open. Note that this is not a universal solution. Some sites, such as YouTube, make it easy to find the URL of the Flash video file. In those cases you may have better success using a download utility such as 'youtube-dl'.