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Wink Chosen to Receive Noble Piece Prize

amitti Re:Wink, Wink (210 comments)

Preposterousness aside, I wish Wink were open source. Being only "free" and not free as in speech really limits it's potential.

Here's a GPL'ed program that has the same function and works via VNC, however it is not nearly as polished as Wink:

more than 9 years ago



amitti amitti writes  |  more than 7 years ago

amitti writes "Ars Technica reports that Fluendo is now selling legal media codecs for Linux for Windows Media, MPEG2, MPEG4, VC-1, MP3, and others. "Fluendo's codecs could potentially provide better integration for streaming Windows Media playback in Linux web browsers as well as through GStreamer-based desktop applications like Totem." I'm not certain that this will catch on, but this may be a great help to those folks for don't run i386. Most of their codecs are available for both i386, x86_64, PPC and Sparc."


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