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Audio/music editing software, such as Audacity, ClickRepair, Ardour, LMMS, MuseScore, TuxGuitar, Banshee, GNU Solfege, and Sound Converter
Video editing software, such as Blender, Avidemux, Kdenlive, OpenShot, Arista Transcoder, Brasero, and VLC
Graphics editing/Office software, such as GIMP, LibreOffice, digiKam, Inkscape, Scribus, Shotwell, ImageMagick, Tux Paint, and Calibre
Programming software, such as Arduino IDE, Fritzing, and Eclipse
Arduino Uno and Kit (microcontroller including breadboard, transistors, diodes, jumper wires, photocell, LEDs, resistors, servo, DC motor, shift register, potentiometer, piezo buzzer, push-button switches, and guide)
Audio-Technica USB Turntable and audiocassette players (stereo and mono) to convert your records and cassettes to digital formats (copyright laws apply)
Scan individual 35mm slides (up to five at a time) onto an SD card or transfer to a computer via USB. The quality won't be as good as from a professional company, but it'll do the trick.
- Has adapters for 35mm, 127, 126, and 110 slides and negatives
- Take snapshots from 8mm and Super 8 film you can later combine on a computer
Wolverine 8mm and Super8 Reels Movie Digitizer
- Can transfer smaller reels of 8mm and Super 8 film onto an SD card (no larger than 32 GB)
- Note that after the film is converted, it will play slightly too fast. If you download the free, cross-platform OpenShot Video Editor, you can easily change the frame rate back to normal.