Amberfish is a general purpose text/XML retrieval utility. It features indexing of both free text and nested fields, built-in support for XML documents, structured queries allowing generalized field/tag paths, hierarchical result sets, automatic searching across multiple databases, efficient indexing, and relatively low memory requirements.
ZAP is a team-based Internet multiplayer game with 2D retro-style vector graphics. The control scheme is patterned after the arcade classic Robotron. It uses the Torque Network Library for its network transport layer. It supports multiple game types (Capture the Flag, Soccer, Football, Hunters, Rabbit, Zapmatch), configurable ship powers, and support for voice recording and gamepad controllers (not on all platforms).
ffmpegX is a Mac OS X GUI designed to easily operate more than 20 powerful Unix open-source video and audio processing tools, including ffmpeg, mpeg2enc, and mencoder (the MPEG-4 encoder with subtitles support). ffmpegX includes a bitrate calculator, a video player, and a series of video tools which can split, join, or fix video, compress a DVD to 4GB, author many VCD/SVCD images into one DVD image, and convert SRT subtitles to DVD Studio Pro 1.5 format.
Catalyzer is a powerful and flexible cataloging system that lets you easily organize and maintain structured records about almost anything. It gives you menus, lists, file selectors, buttons, and many more options to let you set up structures to make information entry as efficient and reliable as possible. Operating in server mode, it can expose catalogs and, optionally, the files they refer to across the Web.