SubTimer is an easy-to-use subtitle editor based on SubStation Alpha, an abandoned freeware project for Windows. It features simple editing (cut, copy, paste, line split and merge, insert, and delete), time shifting for shifting a range of subtitles by a specified amount of time, timing based on an audio file (the audio wave is displayed on the screen, and the user can pick the start and end times by clicking on it), and UniCode support. It supports Substation Alpha (srt), SubRip (ssa), and plain text subtitle formats.
The PJ and Supreme4 components provide over 150 text effects for Macromedia Flash MX with customizability and unrestricted editing. Besides default font settings, many effects have predefined customization, and since all effects are Flash components, you can edit, modify, replace, or rescript any part of the effects simply by opening the effect Symbols in the Library.
Apple's QuickTime multimedia architecture has some features that can be exploited through server-side scripting and HTML embedding, but it's something of a black art. There is confusion and inconsistency in how best to embed QuickTime in Web pages, deal with QTVR, let movies talk to each other, pass XML QTLists back and forth between movies and servers, and much more. PEAR::QuickTime hopes to expose this in a clean and elegant way so that QuickTime can reach the audience it deserves. It aims to provide a simple and consistent interface to these features through a set of PEAR-compatible PHP classes and functions.
Positron is a video editing application based on Blender. It supports real-time HD and SD editing, an easy-to-learn, user-friendly, intuitive user interface, professional colour correction, DVD authoring, sound editing, a full complement of transitions and fades, editing proxies, renderfarm ability, node-based composition, and much more.
Pygme is an GTK+ frontend for mplayer that was written with audio and video songs in mind rather than movies. It has a searchable media library, which can be used to enqueue songs in a playlist. It also has support for ID3 tag information. The media library and playlist are stored as databases using SQLite.