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First hands-on with the Creator CI20 microcomputer
When we introduced Creator CI20 two weeks ago in London, we had several demonstrations on display showing the full capabilities of the board in terms of performance and power consumption.

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rxvt is a colour vt102 terminal emulator intended as an xterm(1) replacement for users who do not require features such as Tektronix 4014 emulation and toolkit-style configurability. As a result, rxvt uses much less swap space.


  • FFmpeg
    FFmpeg is the first complete and free Internet Live Audio and Video Broadcasting solution. FFMpeg aims at being the command line tool to handle audio and video. It is a "three-in-one" solution. Read more hot
  • 3DMLW
    3DMLW is a 3D engine that utilizes an XML based markup language. It is capable of running as a plugin in common Web browsers and supports .3ds, .obj, .an8 (Anim8or) models, .blend (Blender) data files (experimental), .tga, .jpg, and .png textures, and .ogg sound.
  • abby
    abby is a front-end for cclive, allowing users unfamiliar with command-line interfaces to make most of cclive using a graphical user-interface. abby is written in C++.
  • advene
    Advene (Annotate Digital Video, Exchange on the NEt) is aimed at providing a model and a format to share annotations about digital video documents (movies, courses, conferences, etc.), as well as tools to edit and visualize the hypervideos generated from both the annotations and the audiovisual documents. Teachers, moviegoers, etc. can use them to exchange multimedia comments and analyses about video documents. The project also aims at studying the way that communities of users (teachers, moviegoers, students, etc.) will use these self-publishing tools to share their audiovisual "readings", and to envision new editing and viewing interfaces for interactive comment and analysis of audiovisual content.
  • animbar
    animbar lets you easily create your own animation on paper and transparancy. From a set of input images, two output images are computed that are printed, one on paper and one on transparency.
  • animmaker
    animmaker is a utility for producing a raw AVI file from image and audio pipes and files. Currently, the only supported image format is raw TGA. The resulting AVI file can be encoded and postprocessed with other utilities like mencoder.
  • any-dl
    any-dl is a generic video downloader tool that uses a domain specific language to describe how to download videos from each video site.
  • AtomicParsley
    AtomicParsley is a lightweight command line program for reading, parsing and setting metadata into MPEG-4 files.
  • AtomicParsley Shield Fork
    AtomicParsley Shield Fork is a fork of Atomic Parsley, a lightweight commandline program for reading, parsing, and setting metadata in MPEG4 files.
  • is a no-questions-asked command-line DVD ripping tool. The aim is to create a high-quality backup of your DVD in a single file, including all subtitles and audio tracks, without having to configure anything.
  • AVInfo
    AVInfo is a utility for displaying AVI header information. It returns the length of a clip, FPS, resolution, codec, sound parametrs, and the number and type of streams.
  • AVRemote
    AVRemote aims to be a simple and portable tool to send UPNP commands to devices supporting the AVTransport 1 and 2 specifications.
  • Bombono DVD
    Bombono DVD is an easy to use program for making DVD video discs. This program allows users to get video on optical discs without knowing many technical details. It provides the full authoring sequence: making chapters while browsing videos, custom menu creation, authoring, and optionally burning on DVD.
  • Bumblebee
    Bumblebee is an open source implementation by Martin Juhl to support nVidia Optimus GPU switching technology on the Linux desktop.
  • Buz tools
    Buz tools is a collection of small utilities to make the Buz driver for Linux (version 1.0) useful to applications. It contains utilities to record and playback movtar streams, convert an extracted JPEG with 2 fields into 2 single JPEG files, a realtime video window in X and more.
  • Cambozola
    Cambozola is a very simple viewer for multipart jpeg streams that are often pumped out by a streaming webcam server, sending over multiple images per second.
  • ccextractor
    ccextractor is a fast closed captions extractor for MPEG files. It supports DVD, HDTV transport streams, and Replay TV. Use this to create .srt (subtitles) files for your TV captures, have transcripts so you can edit subtitles, etc.
  • cclive
    cclive is a command line video extraction utility similar to clive but focusing on low requirements. Its features are few and essential.
  • cdg2video
    cdg2video is a command line tool for converting karaoke CDG+MP3 files to a video.
  • cfourcc
    cfourcc identifies the codec used in AVI files (*.avi) and allow the user to change the FourCC description code (like fourcc-changer in Windows). Useful for people working with Microsoft AVI file.
  • ClipGrab
    ClipGrab is a free downloader and converter for YouTube, Vimeo, Dailymotion and many other online video sites.
  • clive
    clive is a command line tool for extracting videos from the YouTube, Google Video, Dailymotion, Guba (free), and Stage6 Web sites.
  • DamnVid
    DamnVid is a cross-platform application to download and convert videos from your hard drive or from dozens of video sharing websites like YouTube, Dailymotion, Veoh, Metacafe, etc. Basically, it's a video downloader and converter that sucks less.
  • DelVJ
    DelVJ is a live video mixer VJing program for realtime video 3d composition and algorithmic video remixing, of multiple sources such as multitrack video inputs from firewire cameras, video media files, Puredata video channels, images, text and RSS news feeds, and can send them to multiple outputs such as recording to hard disk, and streaming to the internet, local net, and screens.
  • DeVeDe
    DeVeDe is a program to create video DVDs, suitables for home players, from any number of video files, in any of the formats supported by Mplayer. The big advantage over other utilites is that it only needs Mplayer, Mencoder, DVDAuthor y MKisofs (well, and Python, PyGTK and PyGlade), so its dependencies are really small. Read more
  • dov4l
    dov4l is a console tool sets parameters of a Video4Linux-device. You can set things like picturesize, brightness, contrast, tunerfrequency.
  • DPG for X
    DPG for X (dpg4x) is a program that was designed to allow the easy creation of DPG video files on Linux, but now it can also run on OS X and Windows. DPG is a special format of MPEG-1 video specifically made for playback on a Nintendo DS.
  • dumpmpeg
    dumpmpeg is a simple program that allows you to dump frames from mpeg movies. Future features might include dumping of the audio as well. dumpmpeg uses Loki's SMPEG library.
  • Dv2vloopback
    Dv2vloopback transforms your camcorder into a v4l virtual device in order to be able to use it with applications that use a webcam such as Flash, AMSN, and Kopete. It works by using vloopback, GD, and dvgrab.
  • DVB Remote Key Editor
    DVB Remote Key Editor is a tool to edit the usually hard-coded keymaps of Linux's DVB-T USB kernel modules. It binary patches the module with the new keymap. No recompilation of the kernel is required.
  • dvbackup
    dvbackup encapsulates arbitrary files into a raw DV data stream suitable for writing on a DV tape.
  • dvbcut
    dvbcut is a Qt application that allows you to select certain parts of an MPEG transport stream (as received via Digital Video Broadcasting, DVB) and save these parts into a single MPEG output file. It follows a "keyhole surgery" approach where the input video and audio data is mostly kept unchanged, and only very few frames at the beginning and/or end of the selected range are re-encoded in order to obtain a valid MPEG file.
  • dvbsnoop
    dvbsnoop is a DVB / MPEG stream analyzer program, which enables you to watch (live) stream information in human readable form.
  • DVD Rip-O-Matic
    DVD Rip-O-Matic is a simple DVD-to-XviD ripping wizard that uses MEncoder to do the actual encoding. The wizard was designed to be very easy to use; it automatically detects the optimal settings. It should also produce very high quality AVI files, even if you have no idea what the settings mean and just use it in the next-next-next-finish way.
  • dvd-slideshow
    dvd-slideshow generates a DVD-compatible MPEG2 video file with audio from a text file input listing of pictures and effects.
  • dvd2divx3pass
    DVD2DiVX3Pass is yet another DVD 2 DiVX rip program for Linux. It aims to be a simple, yet flexible encoder with support for 3-pass DiVX encoding.
  • dvd95
    DVD95 is an GNOME application to convert DVD9 to DVD5 (4.7 GB). It needs no additional packages, as versions of vamps and dvdauthor are included. The interface is pretty simple to use.
  • dvd::rip
    dvd::rip is a Perl Gtk+ based program build on top of a low level DVD Ripping API, which uses the Linux Video Stream Processing Tool transcode. Read more
  • DVDripTools
    DVDripTools is a collection of scripts that operate DVD ripping tools. It consists of ripdvd, which creates an MKV, OGM, or MP4 file container very easily; ripdvdcrop, which detects the cropping to use when ripping a DVD; and ripdvdtest, which performs a ripping test of a few seconds.
  • dvdrtools
    dvdrtools is a fork of cdrtools, with the primary goal of supporting writable DVD drives.
  • dvdspanky
    dvdspanky is a CLI tool to convert video files into DVD compatible MPEG streams. It is designed to be easy to use no matter the input source and to automate common transcoding tasks while providing powerful features. It provides a frontend to transcode, mjpegtools, mplayer, and feh. It includes additional features such as specifying destination file size and calculated clipping and letterboxing.
  • DVDx InfoTool
    DVDx InfoTool shows the DVD structure (such as VTS, PGC, and menus) and the video/audio/subtitle format of a DVD-Video disc (protected or not). The information can be displayed in two views: a complete dump or "text" which filters out less useful details.
  • DVTS
    DVTS sends and receives DV data using the Internet. It consists of dvsend and dvrecv - dvsend receives DV data via IEEE1394, and sends it to dvrecv using IP, while dvrecv receives DV/RTP packets, and sends DV data using an IEEE1394 interface.
  • FF Multi Converter
    FF Multi Converter is a simple graphical application which converts audio, video, image, and document files between all popular formats, using and combining other programs
  • Free YouTube Downloader
    Free YouTube Downloader is an application for downloading videos from YouTube. It allows you to extract video files names from the YouTube Web site, perform multiple downloads during one program session, and produce HTML format download reports.
  • Freeseer
    Freeseer is a video capture utility capable of capturing presentations or demos. It can capture USB, firewire, local desktop, and more.
  • FreeStar Free DVD Ripper
    FreeStar Free DVD Ripper is a quick DVD ripper. It rips DVDs to VCD, SVCD, MPEG-1, MPEG-2, AVI, DivX, and XviD formats. It can also extract soundtracks from DVDs.

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