GNU/Linux software


Netsukuku dragon
Netsukuku is a P2P mesh network system using a fractal algorithm to calculate routes. It is designed to handle a large number of nodes using few resources.
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Jaro Mail

An E-Mail framework for GNU/Linux and Apple/OSX, no-nonsense as only geeks can be, to keep feet on ground and data off the clouds. Jaro Mail lets you download your email and filter it, send encrypted messages, whitelist your addressbook, organize old emails in backups and compute statistics about your traffic.
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VeeJay is a visual instrument and realtime video sampler that can do live or scheduled sequencing of videos and effect processing, chroma key effects and video mapping. While playing, you can record the resulting video directly to disk (video sampling), all effects are realtime and optimized for use on modern processors.
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LiVES video editor

LiVES is a Video Editing System designed to be simple to use, yet powerful, by reusing several components present in GNU/Linux systems that are already dealing with image composition. This application is aimed at the digital video artist who wants to create their own content, the video editor who wants to create professional looking video, and the VJ who wants to captivate with spectacular images.
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DarkSnow – Audio streamer on GNU/Linux

DarkIce is a live audio streamer for GNU/Linux. It records audio from an audio interface (e.g. sound card), encodes it and sends it to a streaming server. DarkSnow is a GUI (Graphical User Interface) for DarkIce. This software is recently implementing a solution for OPUS codec streaming.
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FreeJ vision mixer

FreeJ is a vision mixer: a digital instrument for realtime video mixing and manipulation used in the fields of dance teather, veejaying, medical visualisation and TV.
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