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Multimedia Converter project provides graphical environment to take full advantage some of the possibilities the ffmpeg and MPlayer. So help to Convert between different media formats.. Multimedia Converter KDE-Apps.org Community Portal for KDE Applications Software Office Multimedia Graphic Network Printing Education Games Development Administration Scientific Security Utilities Screensaver News Forum GUI Polls Links Downloads QT Look X11 LinuxMultimedia Converter - Mplaye - To Take - Graphical Environment - Full Advantage - Multimedia - Converter - Provides - Possibilities - Project - Graphical - Video
Cheese is a cheesy program to take pictures and videos from your web cam. The project also provides some graphical effects in order to please the users play instinct.
DateSep 15, 2010
AuthorDanielSiegel and Raphaël Slinckx
StealIt is a service menu to take ownership on selected file/directory. It is often annoying to have no rights on files created by other users or uploaded with samba or created by apache process.. StealIt KDE-Apps.
DateAug 14, 2010
Xmms::SongChange is a Perl module to take actions based on song track/time change. SYNOPSIS xmms> change on This module creates a thread to poll xmms for song track and time changes.
DateAug 17, 2010
furious_tv is a set of tools to take XMLTV TV listings and enable a UNIX system to automatically record programs off of a TV card. It is written in C and uses a SAX parser for maximum speed and efficiency.
DateSep 28, 2010
vgrabbj project is made to take input, process it and output it. I know that sounds familiar... It takes a v4l (not v4l2!) device as input to put it into an jpeg, pnm, or png file. You can add a timestamp into the image.
DateAug 2, 2010