The swiss army knife of lossless video/audio editing.
LosslessCut aims to be the ultimate cross platform FFmpeg GUI for extremely fast and lossless operations on video, audio, subtitle and other related media files. The main feature is lossless trimming and cutting of video and audio files, which is great for saving space by rough-cutting your large video files taken from a video camera, GoPro, drone, etc. It lets you quickly extract the good parts from your videos and discard many gigabytes of data without doing a slow re-encode and thereby losing quality. Or you can add a music or subtitle track to your video without needing to encode. Everything is extremely fast because it does an almost direct data copy, fueled by the awesome FFmpeg which does all the grunt work.
pdfcpu is a PDF processing library written in Go supporting encryption. It provides both an API and a CLI. Supported are all versions up to PDF 1.7 (ISO-32000). The main focus lies on strong support for batch processing and scripting via a rich command line. At the same time pdfcpu wants to make it easy to integrate PDF processing into your Go based backend system by providing a robust command set.
An AI assisted utility in which you scribble over something you want removed from an image, and it extrapolates and knits the surrounding background over it. CUDA enabled. Works with high resolution images just as well as boring ones. Multi-stroke support.
Pinta is a free, open source program for drawing and image editing.
Its goal is to provide users with a simple yet powerful way to draw and manipulate images on Linux, Mac, Windows, and *BSD. Drawing tools, image effects, multiple layers, and full editing history.
Flowblade is a multitrack non-linear video editor released under GPL3 license. From beginners to masters, Flowblade helps make your vision a reality of image and sound. Supports all the media that in general can be accessed in a Linux system when the FFMPEG library is working as the backend. Typical startup message on terminal tells that 146 formats, 78 video codecs and 58 audio codecs are available to be used. Combine and mix images and audio with the powerful tools available. Color correct image to suit your vision and modify audio to get the mood you wish to express.
In the AUR: https://aur.archlinux.org/packages/flowblade-git/
Omnivore is a cross-platform app for modern hardware (running linux, MacOS and Windows) to work with executables or media images of Atari 8-bit, Apple ][+, and other retrocomputer machines and game consoles.
This is Ennuizel, an audio editor for web browsers! Ennuizel is based on libav.js, which is in turn based on FFmpeg.
Although Ennuizel is perfectly usable as an interactive audio editor, its design intent is to be used as middleware for platforms providing other web-based audio systems. For instance, Ennuicastr uses Ennuizel to provide automatic mastering.
There is a live copy at https://ennuizel.github.io
A free-to-use online video editor which runs entirely in your web browser. Create an account and off you go. Tries to be as simple as possible. Everything is done on the client side - nothing on the server side (which implies that it could be mirrored locally). Trim, splice, rework the audio, add stills, text. HD enabled.
Map Maker is a powerful but easy-to-use Web application for creating custom maps. You can upload your data, customize how the data is visualized, then export the map or share it with others for editing. Bulk import, filtering, geocoding, custom icons.
pText is a pure python library to read, write and manipulate PDF documents. It represents a PDF document as a JSON-like datastructure of nested lists, dictionaries and primitives. Extract and edit metadata, extract and edit text and images, add annotations.
Seems like it would be useful for a large-scale indexing effort.
Shaarli plugin to easily insert markdown syntax into the Description field when editing a link.
An API that automatically removes the background from an image and returns the foreground part. From an input image given its public-accessible URL or being the image itself, ObjectCut returns the same image but without background. Multiple price points, the free one capped at 25/month.
Unfortunately, it's part of RapidAPI, which doesn't have the most reliable interface.
Facepixelizer is a specialized image editor for anonymizing images. Use Facepixelizer to quickly hide information in images that you don't want to become public. For example, you can blur out text and pixelate faces that appear in your images.
Even though Facepixelizer runs in the browser, your images are secure because they never leave your browser and are never sent over the network. All the processing happens in your browser.
Uses CMU's Pocketsphinx to do a quick speech-to-text transcription, then grep that transcript. It then takes any found text, extracts the sentence in question from the audio stream and saves it as a separate mp3.
Full-featured photo image editor using canvas. It is really easy, and it comes with great filters. Fairly basic but it's not trying to be the Gimp, it's trying to make it easier to edit pictures. Crop, flip, sketch, add shapes, add text... basic stuff but that's usually what you need. Includes some common filters. Throw it into an HTML page and you're good to go.
Incorporates Google Analytics, but there are directions in the README for disabling it.
Build it yourself, pull it from a CDN, or (probably) download it from the CDN and host it locally.
krop is a simple graphical tool to crop the pages of PDF files. Turn double-page scans into two single-page image files. Relies on PyQT, python-poppler-qt5 and PyPDF2. Can even be run without actually installing it.