47. CamStudio Replaces: Camtasia Ideal for teachers and trainers, CamStudio records what you're doing on your computer so that you can play it back as a video. It also records audio and includes some basic editing capabilities. Operating System: Windows.
48. Ampache Replaces: Real Helix, Adobe Flash Media Streaming Server, QuickTime Streaming Server Ampache is both a video/audio player and a streaming server. With it you can set up a multimedia server that will allow you to access your audio and video files from any Internet-connected device. Operating System: Windows, Linux, OS X.
49. VideoLAN Replaces: Real Helix, Adobe Flash Media Streaming Server, QuickTime Streaming Server This is the server-side solution that goes along with the VLC Media Player. It can stream all of the multimedia formats that VLC can read. Operating System: Windows, Linux, OS X.
51. kPlaylist Replaces: Real Helix, Adobe Flash Media Streaming Server, QuickTime Streaming Server Like the others in this category, kPlaylist lets you set up your own multimedia server so that you can listen or view your files over the Web and share them with your friends. Features include user authentication, Flash player support, randomizer function and more. Operating System: Windows, Linux.
52. Darwin Streaming Server Replaces: QuickTime Streaming Server Developed by Apple, this QuickTime alternative was the first ever open source RTP/RTSP streaming server. The code has not been updated in a while, but it is still available for download. Operating System: Windows, Linux, OS X.
53. Cinelerra Replaces: Adobe Premiere This "movie studio in a box" invites users to "unleash the 50,000 watt flamethrower of content creation in your UNIX box." It offers many advanced compositing, editing and special effects features. Note that there is also a community version of the project at Cinelerra.org. Operating System: Linux.
54. OpenShot Video Editor Replaces: Adobe Premiere Pro CS5 Very popular with Linux users, OpenShot offers a simple, user-friendly interface, but doesn't skimp on features. Check out the website for videos showing this software in action. Operating System: Linux.
55. Kdenlive Replaces: Adobe Premiere Pro CS5 Although primarily for home users, Kdenlive offers enough advanced features that its suitable for some professional projects. It's extremely versatile and makes it very easy to edit your video projects. Operating System: Linux, OS X.
56. Avidemux Replaces: Adobe Premiere Best for amateurs, Avidemux offers basic cutting, filtering and encoding capabilities. It also offers some task automation capabilities. Operating System: Windows, Linux, OS X, others.
57. VirtualDub Replaces: Adobe Premiere Pro CS5 Not as full-featured as the other apps on this list, VirtualDub primarily offers video capture and processing capabilities for AVI files. Operating System: Windows.
58. LiVES Replaces: "a href="http://www.resolume.com/avenue/">Resolume Avenue 3, AVMixer LiVES (short for "LiVES is a Video Editing System") offers both non-linear editing and real-time editing capabilities for VJs. It's a professional-quality tool with an intuitive interface and advanced special effects. Operating System: Windows, Linux, OS X.
59. DVDx Replaces: Movavi Video Converter This powerful audio/video encoder can copy multimedia content to and from a wide variety of formats. It's easy to use, and the website includes a number of tutorials for popular uses, like copying a DVD to DivX or QuickTime files. Operating System: Windows, Linux, OS X.
60. DVD Flick Replaces: Movavi Video Converter Not quite as full-featured as DVDx, DVD Flick focuses on allowing you to create DVDs from the videos on your PC. It supports more than 60 video codecs and 45 file formats. Operating System: Windows.
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