Summer Coding 2010 ideas - Freeseer

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Freeseer is a portable presentation capture tool. It captures vga output/firewire/webcam/local desktop and audio and mixes them together to produce a video thus enabling you to capture great presentations, demos, or training material easily. There are a number of projects suggested by the Freeseer team that are appropriate for summer coding.
 
  
 
Freeseer is implemented using the Python programming language, Qt framework, and GStreamer multimedia framework.
 
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The code for Freeseer is hosted in a git repository.
  
 
There is a list of [http://github.com/fosslc/freeseer/issues/labels/summer%20code project ideas available online].
 
There is a list of [http://github.com/fosslc/freeseer/issues/labels/summer%20code project ideas available online].

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Status: Proposed

Summary of idea:

Freeseer is a portable presentation capture tool. It captures vga output/firewire/webcam/local desktop and audio and mixes them together to produce a video thus enabling you to capture great presentations, demos, or training material easily. The ideas for this project implement various features to improve the Freeseer video capture software.

Contacts: Andrew Ross

Mentor(s): Andrew Ross, Clint Savage, Thanh Ha

More information

Proposed feature:

Freeseer is implemented using the Python programming language, Qt framework, and GStreamer multimedia framework.

The code for Freeseer is hosted in a git repository.

There is a list of project ideas available online.

We are particularly interested in: