Blender 3D Animation Creating animated characters with BlenderMay 01, 2006
Blender not only generates realistic single frames; it is also capable of capturing the natural movements of people and animals. We’ll introduce you to some of Blender’s animation features.more »
KTools: Klear Digital TV with KlearMay 01, 2006
If you are weary of configuration battles with software for digital TV, try Klear, a TV system for Linux that is easy to install and use.more »
PSP Movies Showing Movies on a Playstation PortableMar 01, 2006
You can use Linux to load movies on your a Playstation Portable (PSP) gaming console.more »
Mpeg Menu System V2 Creating a multimedia center with Mpeg Menu System V2Feb 01, 2006
You’ll forget you’re even working with a computer when you browse for your favorite videos, pictures, and audio files with Mpeg Menu System.more »
Free 3D animation Open Source 3D animationJan 01, 2006
You need good software and plenty of CPU power to create virtual worlds. Luckily for today’s animators, powerful PCs are inexpensive, and some excellent animation tools are absolutely free.more »
Darwin Streaming Server MP3 and MPEG-4 with the Darwin Streaming ServerApr 01, 2005
Apple’s Darwin Streaming Server is a free version of the commercial Quicktime server. It can handle the seminal MP3 and MPEG-4 formats, and it has a web front-end.more »
Data Conversion Converting and Processing Video Files with TranscodeApr 01, 2005
Transcode is a handy tool for manipulating video files at the command line. With its modular architecture, the Transcode utility gives users much more than simple format conversion.more »
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