Linux Multimedia

  • Audacity: Open Source at its Best!

    Learn about the numero-uno open source audio capture utility - Audacity. It's a sound capture, sound enhancement and sound conversion utility all rolled into one wonderful free package! Audiophiles, don't miss this one out!
    By A. Jitesh March 11, 2011 

  • We Roundup Image Editing Software for Linux

    Looking for a good image editor in Linux? We put before you seven. Seven of the best Linux imaging software products sifted from the plethora of tools available in various repositories.
    By A. Jitesh February 24, 2011 

  • Pytube - Ubuntu's Amazing YouTube Video Manager, Downloader and Converter

    Pytube is another magical Ubuntu application that has not received as much attention as it deserves. It allows you easily manage, edit and convert your video collection while simultaneously enabling you to download and save your favorite YouTube videos...
    By Michael Dougherty February 2, 2011 

  • Quick Guide To Open Source Scanning In Linux With XSane

    Before Sane, scanning with Linux was very difficult. When Sane was released scanning was made easy; with XSane we have a easy to use graphical interface to Sane, making scanning in Linux as easy as in Windows.
    By Berry van der Linden January 31, 2011 

  • Managing Photos on Linux with F-Spot

    F-Spot is a fully developed photo management program designed for the gnome desktop. It works very well and, until recently, was the default program on most gnome based distributions of Linux. F-spot allows you to both organise and tweak your photos in...
    By Michael Dougherty January 22, 2011 

  • Linux Photo Recovery Tips

    Following a hard drive crash or the discovery that your flash memory is corrupt, use PhotoRec to recover lost images.
    By Christian Cawley January 19, 2011 

  • Guide to Removing U3 Software: Linux OS

    USB Flash Drives with U3 software installed on them cannot be used in Linux until the U3 software is removed.
    By Christian Cawley January 13, 2011 

  • iTunes Alternatives for Linux

    You can't run iTunes on Linux - so various developers have released music players that act as an alternative to the popular Apple software, including vital music sync and online store features.
    By Christian Cawley December 30, 2010 

  • Best of: Astronomy Software - Open Source Programs

    Whether you want to see the sky from outside your house or explore the furthest reaches of space, there are a variety of high-quality, free and open source astronomy software packages for you. Most run on all major operating systems including Windows...
    By Chris Hoffman December 23, 2010 

  • Interrogate Your Disk Drives in Linux!

    Take control of your hardware with Linux - ask your hard drive questions with the Terminal command line!
    By Christian Cawley December 23, 2010 
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