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Diese Seite beinhaltet Tutorials und eine Liste empfohlener Software zum Erstellen und Editieren von Medien-Dateien. Wenn du wissen willst wie du Inhalte von Wikimedia Commons abspielen bzw. anschauen kannst, so siehe Media help page. Wenn du auf der Suche nach Tools bist, die dir die tägliche Arbeit bei Commons vereinfachen, so schaue bei der Tool-Liste vorbei.

Tutorials für bestimmte Themen[edit]

Wichtige Software[edit]

Allgemeine Software[edit]

Diese Software-Pakete werden von der Commons Community zur Bildbearbeitung empfohlen:

Panorama stitching / keystone correction[edit]

JPEG[edit]

JPEG is a lossy image format, most image editing software can encode and decode it but it is also possible to perform certain transfomations on a JPEG losslessly.

  • Jpegcrop and jpegtran: jpegtran is a command line app that can perform a variety of lossless transformations on JPEG files. Jpegcrop is a command line tool with similar funtionality, there is also a windows version available with GUI.

GIF[edit]

GIF should only be used for animations here, the tool list keeps that in mind.

  • gifsicle: A command line tool for making, manipulating, and optimizing animated gifs.

PNG[edit]

PNG is a lossless format to be used for any kind of diagram that is not available in SVG format.

SVG[edit]

SVG, or Scalable Vector Graphics, is an XML-based vector graphics format. It can be created and edited by hand as a text file, or edited through a specialized program.

If you use Adobe Illustrator, try to save as a "plain" SVG otherwise Adobe might put a lot of "junk" in your file. This can increase the file size unnecessarily and sometimes causes thumbnails to not render properly. (See bugzilla:2888.)

  • Inkscape: An open source, freely downloadable application for graphically editing SVG files. Available on Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux.
  • OpenOffice.org, exports SVG but doesn't open then
  • Graphviz: An open source application for automatic diagram layout.
  • The Commons uses rsvg to render SVG, so you might want to check your file with that program before uploading.
  • Firefox 2.0, Konqueror (of KDE) and Opera support SVG natively.
  • SVG Validator
  • SodiPodi Also for graphically editing SVG files, available on Windows and Linux.

Ogg Vorbis[edit]

Vorbis is a lossy audio codec (See en:Vorbis).

  • Audacity can export projects in Ogg Vorbis format.
  • Shtooka Recorder Shtooka Recorder is a program for windows which allows automated recording of the pronunciations of many words, expressions from a text list. (you can record 500 words in 20 minutes). It can save files in Wav/Ogg/Flac format (including Vorbis Comment tag)

Also see the players for Ogg Theora videos below - they can also play Vorbis audio.

Ogg Theora[edit]

Theora is a lossy video codec (see en:Theora). (Note: most software mentioned below should also be able to play ogg vorbis audio)

  • ffmpeg2theora is a command line theora encoder available for most operating systems, including Linux, Mac OS, and Windows.
  • Videolan Client is an opensource multimedia player also being capable to transcode files but having the advantage of supporting both a GUI as well as the command line; available for most operating systems including Windows, Linux, and Mac OS X.
  • MPLayer is also an opensource multimedia player also being capable to transcode files but having the advantage of supporting both a GUI as well as the command line; available for most operating systems including Windows, Linux, and Mac OS X.
  • illiminable DirectShow filter for theora for playing ogg vorbis and theora in Windows Media Player and Winamp.


Siehe auch[edit]