MythTV Building a home media center with MythTVOct 01, 2006
MythTV and its extensive ecosystem of add-ons let you turn your Linux computer into a full-featured home media center.more »
Bitparade: Screencast Tools Comparing screencast applicationsSep 01, 2006
Screenshots provide a static impression of an active program, whereas desktop video sequences show the software hard at work. We’ll introduce you to some of the major tools for creating screencasts.more »
Perl: Internet Video Organizer Internet video organizer in PerlSep 01, 2006
Video files are ready for download, but your storage space is limited, and, if you're like most people, you may have a hard time letting go of past favorites. You need a higher authority to decide when it’s time to trim down your collection.more »
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 »
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