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Fwd: UAAG & Linux Contacts: Part 2

From: JP Schnapper-Casteras <jp_sc@yahoo.com>
Date: Mon, 16 Sep 2002 11:51:03 -0700 (PDT)
Message-ID: <20020916185103.19847.qmail@web12703.mail.yahoo.com>
To: w3c-wai-ua@w3.org

Part 2

<snip>

> Hi again,
>    Here are some more possible contacts:
> 
> Other user agents:
> 
> For KDE:
> (See http://multimedia.kde.org/ for more information)
> 
> 
> - Noatun: Charles Samuels, charles@kde.org
> 
> (See noatun.kde.org for more information)
> 
> Noatun is a next-generation media player for KDE, with features
> ranging
> from plugins, to effects, visualization, and network transparency.
> It's
> still in active development, and help is always needed. 
> 
> 
> - Kaboodle: Neil Stevens, neil@qualityassistant.com
> 
> (See http://freekde.org/neil/kaboodle/)
> Kaboodle is a light, alternative media player for KDE. It is
> optimized
> for playing or previewing single media files, either standalone or
> embedded in Konqueror. 
> 
> 
> - aRts (perhaps not applicable):  Stefan Westerfeld, stw@kde.org
> 
> aRts simulates a complete "modular analog synthesizer" on your -
> digital computer. Create sounds & music using small modules like
> oscillators for creating waveforms, various filters, modules for
> playing data on your speakers, mixers, faders,... You can build your
> complete setup with the GUI of the system, using the modules -
> generators, effects and output - connected to each other. 
> 
> - mpeglib: Martin Vogt, mvogt@rhrk.uni-kl.de
> 
> 
> 
> For GNOME:
> 
> - GStreamer: Erik Walthinsen, omega@temple-baptist.com
> (http://www.gstreamer.net/)
> 
> GStreamer is the official sound and video API for GNOME
> 2.0.  It also has a media player
> (http://www.gstreamer.net/apps/gst-player/)
> 
> GStreamer allows the construction of graphs of media-handling
> components, ranging from simple mp3 playback to complex audio
> (mixing)
> and video (non-linear editing) processing. Applications can take
> advantage of advances in codec and filter technology transparently.
> Developers can add new codecs and filters by writing a simple plugin
> with a clean, generic interface. GStreamer is released under the
> LGPL,
> with many of the included plugins retaining the license of the code
> they were derived from, usually GPL or BSD.
> 
> 
> - Xine: GŁnter Bartsch, guenter@users.sourceforge.net
> http://xine.sourceforge.net/
> 
> xine is a free, gpl-licensed video player for unix-like systems. The
> software is based on a modular, advanced multi-threaded architecture
> composed of:
> 
> - GNOStream (perhaps, not sure): Owen Fraser-Green,
> <owen@discobabe.net>
> (http://gnostream.sourceforge.net/)
> 
> GNOstream is a multimedia server for GNOME which provides a framework
> through which graphs of streaming media components can be
> constructed.
> It can be used by client applications in applications ranging from
> audio playback to complex video processing. It is based entirely on
> the
> GStreamer library and is, in essence a wrapper for it but with the
> following features.
> 
> 
> Other sources on GNOME Multimedia:
> 
> Whitepaper on GNOME Multimedia Framework:
> http://developer.gnome.org/doc/whitepapers/GMF/index.html
> 
> http://mail.gnome.org/archives/gnome-sound-list/2001-May/
> msg00002.html


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