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NewPipe - A lightweight Youtube frontend for Android

  •    Java

NewPipe does not use any Google framework libraries, or the YouTube API. It only parses the website in order to gain the information it needs. Therefore this app can be used on devices without Google Services installed. Also, you don't need a YouTube account to use NewPipe, and it's FLOSS. Although NewPipe only supports YouTube at the moment, it's designed to support many more streaming services. The plan is, that NewPipe will get such support by the version 2.0.

YouPHPTube - The Best YouTube Clone Script

  •    PHP

I would humbly like to thank God for giving me the necessary knowledge, motivation, resources and idea to be able to execute this project. Without God's permission this would never be possible. Streamer can be installed on any Server, including Windows, but the encoder and Livestream should work fine on any Linux distribution. However we recommend Ubuntu 16+ without any kind of control panel. The problem with cPanel, Plesk, Webmin, VestaCP, etc. It's because we need full root access to install some libs, and maybe compile them. Another important point is that to make Livestream work, we need to compile Nginx and the control panels often prevent us from running the commands forcing the installation available only on your panel.

yturl - YouTube videos on the command line

  •    Python

yturl gets direct media URLs to YouTube media, freeing you having to view them in your browser. yturl is still maintained, but is pretty much "done". Outside of changes to match YouTube API changes, bug fixes, and support for newer Python versions, development is complete.

soundfixer - A WebExtension that lets you fix sound problems in e.g. YouTube videos

  •    Javascript

a WebExtension that lets you fix annoying sound problems on the web (e.g. in YouTube videos): sound in one channel only, too quiet even at maximum volume, too loud even at minimum volume. By participating in this project you agree to follow the Contributor Code of Conduct and to release your contributions under the Unlicense.




sonic-track - Uses a raspberry pi camera or web cam and python opencv to track motion in camera view

  •    Python

This demo app sends camera movement tracking data to sonic-pi music program. sonic-track sends data to sonic-pi via psonic.py and pythonosc. You will need a pi camera and a powered speaker connected to the Raspberry Pi audio/video plug via appropriate cables or you can attach RPI to an HDMI TV via HDMI cable and sound will redirect to TV speakers. I thought it would be interesting to point the camera at a fish tank or other source of video movement to see what sounds are generated. You can also stand in front of the camera and generate sounds via body movements. This program demo is a very basic setup but more elaborate sonic-pi sound generation algorithms are possible.

react-native-thumbnail-video - Easily show thumbnails for videos on react-native.

  •    Javascript

Easily show thumbnails for videos using React Native. Can be either default, high, medium, standard or maximum.