MediaGoblin is a free software media publishing platform that anyone can run. You can think of it as a decentralized alternative to Flickr, YouTube, SoundCloud, etc.
MediaGoblin is an official GNU project.
The software is free and open source.
- Browse galleries curated by other MediaGoblin users and create your own, by simply uploading your media files or compiling collections from the works of others
- Supports PostgreSQL and SQLite. The default is a local SQLite database.
- Show and share your media.
- Media isn’t just pictures. MediaGoblin also supports audio files, videos, books and presentations or even 3D-models and ASCII-art.
- On the backend, it can use powerful tools to transcode or convert your files.
- Built-in comment system which supports Markdown formatting, comment previews and notifications.
- Does not require special permissions or elevated access to run.
- Building tools to empower the world through decentralization.
- Built for extensibility. Multiple media types, including video support. You can easily add a new media type or new authentication provider. Even further, you could write plugins for all purposes, like connecting to another platforms API. MediaGoblin comes with core plugins.
- Command-line uploading and batch uploading.
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