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November 2007

October 2007

XP Codec Pack

by Aspo & 2 others
"XP Codec Pack is one of the most complete codec pack" audio and Video codecs for windows xp system...

September 2007

Miro - free, open source internet tv and video player

by Ithil & 25 others, 1 comment
The only video player you need. Free and open-source, because open media matters.

August 2007

On-line Social Internet Bookmarks

by chernobylnews
Video, Music, Software, Programming, Design, Linux, Tools, Technology, Blog, Business, Web, Mac, Free, Opensource, Funny, Reference, Web20, Computer, Ajax, Php,

July 2007

June 2007

May 2007

Democracy: Internet TV

by Regis & 55 others (via)
Multimedia player with many supported codecs (Quicktime, WMV, MPEG, AVI, XVID) Browser collection, build playlists, stay organized. Subscribe to RSS feeds. Watch video from youtube, google video, etc. Download via bittorrent

Main page - Wikivid

by ycc2106 & 2 others
video-courses made up of links to free video tutorials on image/video editing software from around the web.

Xvid.org: General Info

by cyberien
Xvid is a video codec for PC, whereas codec is an abbreviation for [co]der/[dec]oder, hence describes a program to encode and decode digital video. The purpose of encoding video data is to reduce redundancies – that means to make it smaller for faster transmission over computer networks or for more efficient storage on computer disks. Hence, Xvid can somewhat be seen as a ZIP for video. But unlike ZIP, Xvid is not lossless. That means that a video after compression and decompression with Xvid won't be identical to the original source. Typically however, a difference to the source is visually imperceptible. So Xvid removes information that is not important for human perception, which is somewhat similar to MP3 for audio. This enables very high compression rates that allow to effectively work with digital video on home computers at all. To give an example: uncompressed digital video is huge and requires about 100 GB per hour at PAL resolution. The same video would require just 500 MB per hour at very high quality when compressed with Xvid. That is a compression ratio of 200:1. Xvid is Free Software and released under the GNU GPL license. This means that the source code of the software is publically available and programmers are allowed to make modifications to the code. Also, redistribution of Xvid is permitted but only under the terms of the GPL license.

Eyejot :: Welcome

by cyberien & 4 others (via)
Video messages anywhere, anytime Eyejot has combined the best of what email and live video chat each have to offer and has created a platform that's remarkably easy to use and works with any web browser, on any platform. Email is effective because it's easy and you can create something that can be read anytime in the future. Video chatting is great because it's visual. You can impart emotion, tone and energy. But, very often the person you want to chat with isn't online at the same time. Maybe they're even in a different time zone. With Eyejot you truly get the best of both worlds. You can be sending video messages to your friends, family and business colleagues, literally, in seconds. The Eyejot difference is that there's no software to install! Watch Eyejot video examples.

April 2007

VideoLAN - Free Software and Open Source video streaming solution for every OS!

by cyberien & 25 others (via)
VLC media player 0.8.6b * It is a free cross-platform media player * It supports a large number of multimedia formats, without the need for additional codecs * It can also be used as a streaming server, with extended features (video on demand, on the fly transcoding, ...)

PictureSync

by ycc2106
Free Mac OS X application to upload photos and/or movies to Flickr, Photobucket, 23hq, Webshots, Buzznet, Bubbleshare, Kodak Gallerie, Shutterfly, Smugmug, Vimeo, Vox, Zoomr, Zoto... with AppleScript support and customizable rules.