The VideoLAN Server (VLS) can stream MPEG-1, MPEG-2, and MPEG-4 files, DVDs, digital satellite channels, digital terrestial television channels, and live videos on a network in unicast or multicast. A VideoLAN Client (VLC) or a set top box can receive the stream, decode, and display it.
SkFind is a set of portable and scriptable tools that help developers build software for both publishers and end users such as search engines. It provides a simple data layout that is used to build more complex layouts. The low-level, extensible tools allow read-only access to files, Oracle databases, or other data sources. There are also high-level tools to handle word lookups, case and/or accent simplifications, full-text searches with boolean operators and exact expressions, document highlighting, file-system compression, and more.
SkProd provides a way of building binary data for applications. SkProd has been historically developed for publishing tools. However, it can potentially be used for any application that needs some data to be compiled. The SkProd language emphasizes data flows. Instead of using imperative commands like if/for/while, a SkProd program describes how to produce data streams, and what operations (filters) should be applied on those data streams. Therefore, a typical SkProd program is not a sequence of functions, but rather is a tree whose roots are the input data streams, and whose leaves are the output data streams.