Speedruns are when an experienced gamer tries to sprint through a video game as fast as possible without dying. The goal is rarely to avoid damage (in fact, strategic damage is often necessary) but to successfully complete the game in one go. Some are extremely short (a few minutes) while others are a significant fraction of the usual playing time
archive.org has over 3,000 hours of video from 9/11 and the days that followed.
Mediainfo is a utility which parses the metadata of media files and tells you the file and/or container format and CODECs used.
A wiki that catalogs lost media - stuff that you saw on television or heard on the radio once, and then never encountered again.
A howto for activists that describes how to capture and archive video footage. Includes archival of metadata, keeping files intact, raw and edited video concerns, organization, storage concerns, cataloging, sharing, and preservation. Treats it in a verifiable, library-like manner. Can be downloaded, too.
witness.org's library of reference and training materials for activists, instructors, and allies. video production, recording LEO actions, archival, how to work with survivors, camera specifics and trainings, data science, covering protests, collecting evidence, crimes, and field guides.
A basic tutorial on writing motion detection and object tracking systems with python using OpenCV. I've used it and it's remarkably usable.
Github repo: https://github.com/DoubangoTelecom/sipml5
What seems to be a fairly new web based XMPP client. Owncloud and Nextcloud integrations. Standalone mode also. voice and video enabled, also. OTR enabled. /me emotes.
An offline version of the Khan Academy. Replicates the experience of the online classrooms. Watch videos, do exercises, track student progress. Can be customized. Use at home, in classrooms, or to create entire schools. Supports ten different languages now.
Github repo: https://github.com/learningequality/ka-lite
Video editor that specializes in adding special effects. Built using Electron. Add lightning, muzzle flashes, light sabers, and more.
Possibly the best collection of audiovisual CODECs for Win32 and Win64 out there. Widely reputed to have no malware or spyware hidden anywhere within.
Jitsi is a F/OSS multiprotocol text chat/voice over IP/video chat application. It supports a large number of instant messaging and VoIP protocols, not only for IM but as transport and control channels for VoIP and video conferencing. If there's a way to get your streams through it'll do it. Natively supports OTR for protecting chats. Implements SRTP and ZRTP for encrypted conferencing. Supports DNSSEC. Aims to replace Skype as a more secure, open source package.
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