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VLC - Media player

  •    Objective-C

VLC is a free and open source cross-platform multimedia player and framework that plays most multimedia files as well as DVDs, Audio CDs, VCDs, and various streaming protocols.

Gnash - GNU Flash movie player

  •    C++

Gnash is the GNU SWF movie player, which can be run standalone on the desktop or an embedded device, as well as as a plugin for Firefox and all other Geeko based browsers, Chrome, and Konqueror. Gnash can switch at runtime between the Cairo, OpenGL, and AGG renderers. Media handlers could also be switched between FFmpeg and Gstreamer.

Shotcut - Cross-Platform Video Editor

  •    C++

Shotcut is a free, open source, cross-platform video editor. It supports many video formats. It does screen capture, webcam capture, audit capture in Linux. It supports frei0r video generator plugins, create, play, edit, save, load, encode, and stream MLT XML playlists, video filters: Blur, Color Grading, Crop, Glow, Mirror, Saturation, Sharpen and lot more.

CineFX - Professional grade media player

  •    C++

Cinefx is a professional grade media player, based on the jahplayer, that is capable of playing uncompressed video and image sequences at resolutions as high as 2K and 4K in real-time. Cinefx is an offline playback, editing, encoding, animation and visual effects tool based on the Jahshaka technology that allows you to create professional digital media on your desktop. Use the tools that hollywood uses to create blockbuster films and special effects.




gnome-mpv - A simple GTK+ frontend for mpv

  •    C

GNOME MPV is a simple GTK+ frontend for mpv. GNOME MPV interacts with mpv via the client API exported by libmpv, allowing access to mpv's powerful playback capabilities.Flatpak packages support multiple distributions and are sandboxed. Flatpak 0.9.5+ is recommended for best integration.

kaltura-player-js - Kaltura Player JS Platform - Cloud TV and OVP Media Players

  •    Javascript

The Kaltura Player utilizes a highly modular approach for creating a powerful media player. Each functionality of the player is isolated into separate packages, which are designed to deliver a specific set of abilities. This approach enables extensibility, simplicity and easy maintenance. The Kaltura Player is written in ECMAScript6, statically analysed using Flow and transpiled in ECMAScript5 using Babel.