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Apps: iPod It, MacTheRipper, iTattle, AstroView, ...

updated 01:50 pm EDT, Wed August 18, 2004

iPod It, MacTheRipper...

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  • MacTheRipper is a freeware DVD ripper (extractor) for Mac OS X based on the open-sourced GPL libdvdread and libdvdcss libraries. Version 2.0.1 introduces minor bugfixes, is compiled with Xcode 1.5 for increased performance and stability, and offers interface changes to decrease CPU usage. [Download - 1.3MB]

  • iTattle 1.1 is an application that displays Network information for AirPort Extreme, built-in Ethernet, and System information. Version 1.1 now displays users in a table, offers a software update feature, and manual external IP updating. [Download - 1.3MB]

  • AstroView 1.33 ($20) is a program that allows users to view a shared computer. Version 1.33 adds support for 16-bit monitors for AstroShare. Upcoming versions may add 24-bit sharing support. [Download - 157KB]

  • Graphviz 1.13 is the Macintosh port of the automated graph layout software, featuring a new document-based GUI, export to PDF and many more bitmap formats, full alpha transparency, native font and shapefile support, and anti-aliasing. [Download - 1.4MB]

  • LCedit+ 3.2.1 is the latest version of the advanced LanBox lighting editor. This new version adds new PDF documentation, new features for the LanBox-LCX, LanBox-LCE and LanBox-LCM, and many bug fixes. [Download - 4.7MB]




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