My Favorite Linux Apps

This apps are the must to have whenever I try a linux distro.

  • Flameshot

    Free Mac Windows Linux Website

    Powerful yet simple to use free and opensource screenshot software for Linux and Windows.


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  • WinFF

    Free Windows Linux FFmpeg Lazarus Website

    WinFF is a GUI frontend and batch parser for the command-line multimedia tool Small FFmpeg iconFFmpeg. WinFF works by making a batch file that runs in the command-line, designed to launch the command-line tool with given settings from a preset. To query several files, WinFF adds launch functions in the same batch file to allow a seamless transition to the next conversion. Because of the vast format support of the command-line tool itself, this program supports any of its formats as a result (however, the included executable may not be up-to-date, so the user may need to download the Zeranoe builds to take advantage of the latest features).

    WinFF is written in Free Pascal and Lazarus, published under the GNU General Public License.


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  • gmusicbrowser

    Free Linux Website

    An open-source jukebox for large collections of mp3/ Small Vorbis iconVorbis / Small FLAC iconFLAC / mpc/ape files, written in perl. Its made with big (> 10,000 songs) libraries in mind. Features include: plugin system, customizable weighted random mode (based on rating, last time played, label, etc), simple mass-tagging and mass-renaming, customizable window layouts.


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  • VokoscreenNG

    Free Windows Linux Website

    VokscreenNG is a user friendly screencaster for Linux and Windows. It is a continuation of the now discontinued Vokoscreen project that has been totally rewritten from scratch using Qt and GStreamer.


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