wxMusik is a fast and lean music library player for Windows and Linux. It supports MP3, MP2 , Ogg, APE, MPC, and FLAC, WAV, and AIFF formats on all platforms and WMA on Windows. It features powerful dynamic playlists that use SQLite, supports listening to Icecast and Shoutcast streams in a reliable manner, and has a nice cross-fading feature and a really cool autodj feature.
x10mp3 is a plugin for XMMS to control it using X10's Mp3Remote, which comes with Mp3Anywhere, Mp3Anywhere 2000, or DVDAnywhere. It has all the functionality of X10's BOOM2000 software for Windows, plus other handy features like muting, skipping around inside tracks, and balance control.
xCHM is a cross-platform GUI frontend for CHMLIB, written with wxGTK. It is able to display the topics tree, work with displayed pages history, print the current page, work with bookmarks, change fonts and fast search through all the pages of the loaded .chm document. Being indirectly dependent on GTK+, the possibility of changing GTK+ skins makes xCHM theme-friendly.
xPort is an iPod backup tool. It enables you to directly transfer songs from your iPod to your PC without losing ratings. It recognizes playlists. You can export all your iPod's content in only a few clicks. It can create an internal list that contains the songs that you want to export. It includes lyrics searching, allows you to make a text listing of your database, and lets you create m3u playlists. It runs on all iPods, supports all file formats (MP3/AAC), and recognizes MP3-TAGS pictures.
xbmcmail-imap is an IMAP/IMAPS email reader for the XBox using the XBox Media Center's builtin Python engine. It supports attachments, folders, mail management (copy, move, delete), printing (text or postscript), multiple accounts, background polling, RTF and HTML converters, and more.
xcalib loads the 'vcgt'-tag of ICC/ICM color profiles to the X- server, in order to calibrate the user's display by tweaking the LUTs in the video card. Users need a profile which contains the 'vcgt' tag to achieve monitor calibration with the video card's LUTs. These profiles can be created with most commercial profile creation programs. For testing purposes, some profiles are added to the tarball.