Mpeg-1 video compression was done with mpeg, written by the Portable Video
Research Group at Stanford.
Mpeg-1 audio compression was done with the reference implementation from ISO.
(the MPEG/audio ad hoc committee on software simulation)
Mpeg system stream multiplexing was done with mplex, by Christoph Moar.
Mpeg-2 compression and multiplexing was done with ffmpeg.
Playback was done with mtv (Copyright (c) 1997, MpegTV LLC ), system_play
Multimedia Communications Lab
firstname.lastname@example.org), and mplayer.
Random still image manipulation was done with xv by John Bradley,
GIMP (by a great many people), and Xfig by Supoj Sutanthavibul,
Brian V. Smith, PaulKing, and others.
Digitization, or at least getting the data off the device driver and onto
the disk, was done with videocat, by me (Tommy Johnson).
A generic BT848 based frame grabber card was used, using the bktr driver, based
on work by Jim Lowe, Mark Tinguely, Amancio Hasty, and others.
A generic sound card was used for audio, using the pcm driver, by Luigi Rizzo.
HTML editing was done with vi.
HTML rendering was done with mmm (by Francois Rouaix, at INRIA).
The ISO 9660 filesystem was made with mkisofs, written by
Eric Youngdale, copyright held by Yggdrasil Computing, Incorporated.
The filesystem was put onto the CD with cdrecord, by Joerg Schilling.
The whole pile was executed under FreeBSD.