User interface front end supporting famous MP3Gain engine which analyzes and losslessly adjusts MP3 files to a specified target volume. A complete re-creation (made in QT5) of the original MP3Gain GUI, however it can be run on more platforms.
The shelfelf is a web frontend to send commands to your music player (itunes, mpd, squeezebox, xmms2, …). The shelfelf works with all tested browsers (except for Microsoft’s Internet Explorer, Amiga’s AWeb and lynx), but the interface is designed for tablets (with a browser running in fullscreen mode) like Apple’s iPad. Linux (or Mac OS X) with Apache webserver, MySQL database and the ability to send commands to your stereo equipment is required.
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.
Lossless cutting of most video and audio formats
Losslessly cut out parts of video / audio (for cutting away commercials etc.)
Losslessly rearrange the order of video / audio segments
Lossless merge / concatenation of arbitrary files (with identical codecs parameters, e.g. from the same camera)
Lossless stream editing: Combine arbitrary tracks from multiple files (ex. add music or subtitle track to a video file)
Losslessly extract all tracks from a file (extract video, audio, subtitle, attachments and other tracks from one file into separate files)
Batch view for fast multi-file workflow
Remux into any compatible output format
Take full-resolution snapshots from videos in JPEG / PNG format
Manual input of cutpoint times
Apply a per-file timecode offset (and auto load timecode from file)
Change rotation / orientation metadata in videos
View technical data about all streams
Timeline zoom and frame / keyframe jumping for accurate cutting around keyframes
Saves per project cut segments to project file
View FFmpeg last command log so you can modify and re-run recent commands on the command line
Give labels to cut segments
View segment details, export / import cut segments as CSV
Import segments from: MP4 / MKV chapters, Text file, YouTube, CSV, CUE, XML (DaVinci, Final Cut Pro)
VintageRadio is a GUI front-end for the fm command-line application included with fmtools <http://benpfaff.org/fmtools>. It is written in [incr Tcl/Tk], an object-oriented extension package for Tcl/Tk. VintageRadio is not part of fmtools.
A vintage 70s-era look, inspired by a number of stereo tuners and receivers with the classic silver face.
A rotary tuning dial that actually works.
Ability to store up to 6 stations as presets.
Keyboard shortcuts for all application functionality.
qaac requires Apple Application Support that is included in iTunes or QuickTime. If you are using 64 bit Windows, recent 64 bit iTunes (ver 12.1 or later) is recommended. 64 bit installer for iTunes (iTunes6464Setup.exe) includes both of 32 bit and 64 bit Apple Application Support, therefore you can run both of qaac.exe and qaac64.exe with its installation.
AAC-LC, AAC-HE, ALAC encoding are supported. m4a container (just a MP4 container with ‘M4A ‘ brand, created by Apple) is used by default, but you can also mux into ADTS.
Filenames and tags are treated with Unicode. Very long file names are supported.
Support for multichannel / surround.
Fine quality control over AAC encoding.
Support for hi-resolution / multichannel ALAC.
WAV, raw PCM, ALAC, and all LPCM formats supported by CoreAudio AudioFile interface (such as AIFF, CAF, and Sun/AU) are directly available as input. MP3 is also decodable through CoreAudio.
Cue sheet input is also available.
FLAC, Wavpack, TAK, and other LPCM formats are optionally supported when libFLAC.dll, wavpackdll.dll, tak_deco_lib.dll, and libsndfile-1.dll are installed.
Piped input is available for WAV and raw PCM.
Piped output (streaming) is supported for ADTS.
Automatically fetch tags from AIFF, FLAC, Wavpack, Tak, and ALAC. Major tags are copied to the result. Also, you can manually set tags via command line options.
A web application that allows the user to send basic foobar2000 playback commands and adjust application volume level. Information about the track that is currently playing is also displayed and automatically updated when the track or playback status changes.