Root : Linux : Video


* 3ivx
* Adobe Labs - Flash Player 9
* Article: A script to convert "video to VCD, SVCD, or DVD
* Article: "Convert any video file to DVD with open source tools"
* Article: "Creating appealing video software demos in Linux"
* Article: "Democracy Player: A Superior Multimedia Alternative to iTunes on Linux" @ MadPenguin.org
* Article: DIVA: A New Home Video Editor (brief article on gnomedesktop.org)
* Article: DVD FAQ (dvddemystified.com)
* Article: "Linux for Video Production"
* Article: "Linux Version of Democracy Player Released"
* Article: "MPlayer Developers Interviewed"
* Article: "O'Reilly: Building My MythTV Box, Part 1: Hardware"
* Article: "Record a Streaming Video"
* Article: Use Your Digital Camera with Linux
* Article: Video, DVD, TV and Multimedia Tutorial(s)
* Article: Video file to FLV format howto
* Article: VLC media player @ Wikipedia
* ATI Linux drivers
* Avidemux - discussion forums
* Avidemux - home
* Avidemux - manual
* Avidemux - project page
* AVI file library, Linux
* BottleRocket
* BottleRocket Project Page
* Cinelerra
* Cinelerra Project Page
* Codecs and containers, Open Source @ Wikipedia
* Codecs, List of @ Wikipedia
* Codec @ Wikipedia
* Codeine homepage
* Codeine Project Page @ KDE-Apps.org
* Democracy Player: Internet TV (for Linux, Mac OS X, Windows)
* Digikam - Home
* DigikamImagePlugins
* DigikamImagePlugins Project Page/downloads
* Digikam Project Page/downloads
* Digital Cameras on Fujitsu chipset
* Dirac ) BBC - OpenSource
* Dirac ) BBC - OpenSource - Dirac
* Dirac ) Dirac project page
* Dirac ) Dirac Video Codec
* DIVA - motion video editing in mono & gstreamer
* DIVA - project.org/wiki
* DIVA - project page @ forge.novell.com
* Doom9.org DVD info resource
* dv2jpg "converts an "avi dv2" format video stream into an "mjpeg-encoded" video stream, for later converion into a mpeg/video cd."
* DVD Slideshow "Turn your pictures into a dvd with menus!"
* DVDStyler "is a crossplatform DVD Authoring System."
* DVR "stands for Digital Video Recorder. In a few words DVR is a simple and efficient software aiming at recording digital video on a Linux computer. DVR runs on computers equipped with one or more video capture cards. It can record and compress audio and video in real time, using recent codecs like DivX or Indeo 5 for example"
* FFmpeg
* FFmpeg project page
* fftv
* fftv project page
* Freevo "is an open-source home theatre PC platform based on Linux and a number of open-source audio/video tools"
* Gmencoder "is a gnome-2 front-end to mplayer/mencoder. It support much of the output codecs as well as postprocesing, cropping, scale, subtitles ripping, 1, 2 and 3 passes for encoding"
* Gnash
* gnomemeeting.org "GnomeMeeting is an H.323 compatible videoconferencing and VOIP/IP-Telephony application that allows you to make audio and video calls"
* GQmpeg "A front-end to various audio players, including mpg123. It includes playlists, skins (themes), and many other options"
* HasciiCam "makes it possible to have live ascii video on the web. It captures video from a tv card and renders it into ascii letters, formatting the output into an html page with a refresh tag, or in a live ascii window, or in a simple text file"
* HelixCommunity.org
* Helix DNA™
* Helix DNA Client
* Helix DNA Producer
* Helix DNA Server
* Helix Player
* Helix Player page @ GnomeFiles.org
* Istanbul "a desktop session recorder for the Free Desktop"
* Jahshaka "takes advantage of the power of OpenGL and OpenML to give its users exceptional levels of performance" "The worlds first OpenSource Realtime Editing and Effects System"
* Kaffeine
* Kaffeine project page @ Sourceforge
* Katiuska "is a theora encoder frontend. It uses ffmpeg2theora, mencoder, the encoder_example that comes with the theora libs and a little gpl bash script"
* KDE Multimedia Homepage
* Kdenlive "Kdenlive is a video editing GUI for KDE."
* kdetv "is a KDE application that allows you to watch television on your GNU/Linux box running KDE."
* Kino
* Kino project page
* klear "is a DVB TV application and harddiskrecorder for Linux. It's currently under heavy development, and will include all features of DVB in future."
* Kmenc15 "is an advanced Qt/KDE MEncoder frontend, generally designed to be a VirtualDub replacement for Linux. It is most useful for editing and encoding large high quality AVIs capped from TV. It allows cutting and merging at exact frames, applying any MPlayer/MEncoder filter, with preview." "It can also create shell scripts instead of doing the encode itself, so MEncoder is not essential for it to run. MPlayer is essential though, without it the program will not even open files and cannot create shell scripts without the files."
* KMplayer
* Konverter "is a KDE MEncoder frontend for easy video conversions, scaling and cropping. Just select any common input format and select your favourite output format, codec and size (cropped or scaled). It also features videosplitting, videomerging and a preview mode."
* LinuxTV.org - Television with Linux
* LiVES "is a Video Editing System"
* Main Actor
* mjpeg programs "are a set of tools that can do recording of videos and playback, simple cut-and-paste editing and the MPEG compression of audio and video"
* Motion
* Motion (old hosting location)
* MPlayer
* Mplayer plug-in
* Mplayer Plug-in project page
* mtv (mpegtv.com) "(aka MpegTV Player) is a real-time software MPEG Video Player (with audio/sync) for Linux and other Unix platforms. The Linux and Solaris SPARC versions can play VCD's (Video CD)."
* MythTV
* Noatun - The KDE Media Player
* NVIDIA Linux Drivers
* Ogle "A DVD player"
* opensource.creative.com drivers for Creative Labs products
* Phonon, Open Source Multimedia
* PIAVE "is a render and effect engine for GNU/Linux"
* PiTiVi
* Pitivi - project page @ sourceforge
* RealAudio and RealVideo codecs
* RealPlayer & HelixPlayer Downloads @ helixcommunity.org
* Revolution OS (2001) @ IMDB.com RE: Linux, Open Source, Free Software
* Theora
* Totem "Totem is movie player for the Gnome desktop based on xine. It features a playlist, a full-screen mode, seek and volume controls, as well as a pretty complete keyboard navigation."
* tovid
* Transcode
* TVTime "a high quality television application for use with video capture cards on Linux systems. tvtime processes the input from a capture card and displays it on a computer monitor or projector."
* Varsha
* Varsha Project Page
* Video4Linux
* Video Editor, Linux
* Video for Linux resources
* videolan.org ) Documentation
* videolan.org ) Forum
* videolan.org ) Homepage
* videolan.org ) Mailing-lists archives
* videolan.org ) nightly development snapshots (Index of /pub/vlc/snapshots)
* videolan.org ) Subversion repository
* videolan.org ) VLC Nightly builds
* videolan.org ) Wiki
* WebVCR+
* Wink Flash video creator
* xawtv "for watching TV"
* XdTV
* xine
* xine project page
* X.Org
* xorg wiki at freedesktop.org
* Xvid
* xvidcap "a small tool to capture things going on on an X-Windows display to either individual frames or an MPEG video."


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