MobileMpd.Net is a small program that can be used to control a MPD (Music Player Daemon) server using a WiFi enabled Windows Mobile device. The software supports the start, stop, next, prev, repeat, and random functions, volume control, playlist addition and removal, and a music directory treeview.
SlideViewer is an automatic picture viewer. Just point SlideViewer at directories containing images, and it displays the images as a slide-show. Convenient controls enable changing the speed, pausing, going back, and sequencing manually. It searches selected directory branches for images, such as when photographs are stored as albums. Images are maximized to fit within the window without distorting the aspect ratio.
The Color Transformation Language, or CTL, is a small interpreted programming language that was designed to serve as a building block for digital color management systems. CTL allows users to describe color transforms in a concise and unambiguous way by expressing them as programs.
PHP Video Toolbox is a PHP class that wraps around the FFmpeg, FLVTools2, and Mencoder programs to allow PHP developers to manipulate and convert video files in an easy-to-use object-oriented way. It also currently provides FFmpeg-PHP emulation in pure PHP, so you wouldn't need to compile and install the module. It isn't intended as a FFmpeg-PHP replacement, only an alternative solution. It is recommended that if you make heavy use of the FFmpeg-PHP functionality you should install the module, as it is more efficient.
MiGLayout is a versatile and flexible Swing and SWT layout manager. It uses string constraints or API type-checked constraints to format the layout. Strings are both short to type and easy to understand. MiGLayout can produce flowing, grid-based, absolute (with links), grouped, and docking layouts. It was created to be to manually coded layouts what Matisse/GroupLayout is to IDE-supported visual layouts.
The National Library of Medicine Insight Segmentation and Registration Toolkit (ITK) is a software system to support the Visible Human Project. Segmentation is the process of identifying and classifying data found in a digitally sampled representation. Registration is the task of aligning or developing correspondences between data. For example, in the medical environment, a CT scan may be aligned with an MRI scan in order to combine the information contained in both.