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Multimedia tools for Ubuntu

What are the best tools for multimedia in Ubuntu. I had found XnView one. This is a nice tools for photo work. I also find SMPLAYER

This program allows you to resume playback of a movie where you left off and also keeps the settings of subtitling, sound settings, etc.. Other features are available such as audio equalizer, filters interlacing and noise, adjust and synchronize audio and video, etc..
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Re: Mutlimedia tools for Ubuntu

XnView supports more than 400 image formats (including TIFF, GIF, ICO and animated GIFs) and can change their size and number of colors. You can also apply their different filters (blur, average, emboss, etc..) And effects (lens, wave, etc..). You'll also be able to create slide shows, thumbnails, make screen captures, batch conversions, and much more.
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Re: Mutlimedia tools for Ubuntu

The GIMP is a treatment program GNU Image. It is distributed for such tasks as photo retouching, image composition and image presentation. This software has many functions. It can be used as a paint program, an advanced program of alterations in photo quality, a batch a computer image mass converter image formats, etc..
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Re: Mutlimedia tools for Ubuntu

Scribus is an application of desktop publishing worthy of industry leaders. The software is not a simple port since it offers a new approach to the layout. The software is produced and can be used in a professional environment. Scribus has many features such as support of PDF 1.4, compatibility with OpenType fonts, color management (CMYK separations, ICC profiles, etc..), Import / export SVG, EPS, etc.
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Re: Mutlimedia tools for Ubuntu

Inkscape can create vector graphics. The format used by the application is a W3C standard, SVG. The basic features of this standard are available as adding text, creating forms, duplication, transparency, changes or gradients. However Inkscape provides interesting tools such as support for metadata Creative Commons, layers, complex plots, etc.. The application can also import documents to EPS, Postscript, JPEG, PNG or TIF, for example.
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Re: Mutlimedia tools for Ubuntu

SMPlayer is a media player that does not require the intervention of external codecs to recognize the different formats used. Thus, the application is able to read all the available video formats (AVI, MKV, OGM, MPEG, VOB, 3GP, ASF, MOV, WMV, MP3, OGG, etc..), DVD and Internet streams.
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