With a huge selection of open source software available, Linux offers the ideal environment for video enthusiasts.
Digital Asset Management - Organize, access, catalogue, find, retrieve and distribute creative digital assets such as images and videos.
DVD Authoring Tools - DVD authoring is the process of creating a DVD video capable of playing on a DVD player. DVD authoring software must conform to the specifications set by the DVD Forum.
DVD Tools - Play DVD multimedia, create DVD videos, software to write to them, as well as applications that copy video content from DVD media to a hard disk.
Front-Ends for mpv - Watch media with an attractive graphical user interface running mpv as the multimedia engine.
Media Centers - Turn your Linux box into a state of the art media center with an integrated easy-to-use interface.
Media Players - Software that's the perfect media player (video and audio). Most Linux distros ship at least one media player. But there’s lots of high quality alternatives which we cover.
Screencasting - A screencast is a digital recording of computer screen output, typically carrying audio narration. Screencasting software takes a series of screenshots of a running application, recording the user’s actions, and creating a video file.