The one common aspect, most of them use ffmpeg to do the smart work.
I created a very simple GUI using YAD (Yet Another Dialog) which only has about 10 lines of code. I have only included the formats that actually work with ffmpeg-0.11.1 which is included in Fatdog-600. Many other puppies have a similar ffmpeg so they should also work.
You will need to install YAD for this little application to work.
The source can be downloaded here:
Download Transformer here.
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Rather than make too many changes to Jemimah's creation they have forked Saluki in the form of Carolina. It's early days but Carolina looks promising. They have decided to not to go the minimal approach and make it more functional, not a bad thing in my view.
The Carolina files can be found here.
Wow, I have just had a look at they have been working at breakneck pace.
Well done guys.
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The files are identified as wary and Racy 5.3.90.
Download links below which are faster than ibiblio.
More information is available on Barry's Blog and Murga Forums.
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It allows you to create one large ISO with many puppy.iso inside. It also creates a nice GRUB menu system and add a boot splash screen. This application was originally created by puppyluvr. Recently some of the newer distros were not playing nicely with Multipup so CatDude and myself made a number of modifications to fix the problem and add some enhancements.
I'm a bit of a distro hopper like many Linux enthusiasts and currently Fatdog is my preferred operating system.
Multipup for Fatdog can be downloaded here:http://www.smokey01.com/software/Fatdog64-600/Multipup-FD64-4.0.pet
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A little while back CatDude and myself improved Geeqie's functionality. I have always like Geeqie as it's a very nice graphic viewer which is small and fast. I now use it instead of Picasa. There's nothing wrong with Picasa but it's quite large and apparently no longer going to be maintained for Linux.
The missing function in Geeqie is the ability to export photos directly to email, something I really like in Picasa. I also like to be able to reduce the size of the photos before exporting. This is functionality we have now added to Geeqie.
We have written a script that integrates Geeqie with Seamonkey. I'm sure the script could be easily modified for Firefox or other browsers.
This is the Fatdog64 bit version.
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