Welcome to the UnitedRPMs Project
We maintain the multimedia codecs and other software and addons which are missing in the official Fedora repositories. Play and work with multimedia, use the Web without problems.
IMPORTANT for all UnitedRPMs users
Please run in your terminal:
# dnf distro-sync --allowerasing "x264*"
How to enable UnitedRPMs repository in your system
The instructions - don't forget to import the GPG key!
List of most popular software in our repository
Amule (eMule-like client for the eD2k and Kademlia networks, supporting multiple platforms)
Audacity-freeworld (free open source digital audio editor and recording computer software application)
Avidemux (free video editor designed for simple cutting, filtering and encoding tasks)
Chromium (supports multimedia HTML5 content, flash player)
Cmus (small and fast console audio player)
Exfat-tools (proprietary Microsoft file system optimized for flash drives)
Foobnix (lightweight and functional music player)
Freetype-freeworld (with subpixel rendering)
GIRL (GNOME Internet Radio Locator allows users to easily find and record live radio programs on radio broadcasters on the Internet)
GNOME-mpv (simple GTK+ frontend for mpv)
Gradio (GTK3 app for finding and listening to internet radio stations)
Gstreamer codecs (open source multimedia framework)
Handbrake (free and open-source video transcoder)
Idjc (easy to use source-client for individuals interested in live streaming)
Kdenlive (open-source video editing software)
Kodi (ex XBMC is a free and open-source media player software application developed by the XBMC Foundation)
Minidlna (simple media server software, with the aim of being fully compliant with DLNA/UPnP-AV clients)
Mp3splt (utility to split mp3, ogg vorbis and native FLAC files selecting a begin and an end time position, without decoding)
Mplayer (free and open-source media player)
Mpv (free and open-source media player based on MPlayer/mplayer2)
N1 (the extensible, open source mail app)
OBS-studio (free & open source software for live streaming and recording)
Openshot & openshot-legacy (free and open-source video editing software)
Opera (Web browser)
Qcad (free computer-aided design (CAD) software application for 2D design and drafting.)
RTMPdump (Toolkit for RTMP streams)
Simple Screen Recorder (Screen recorder for Linux)
Shotcut (free, open source, cross-platform video editor)
Smplayer (cross-platform graphical front-end for MPlayer and mpv)
Syncthing (replaces Dropbox and BitTorrent Sync with something open, trustworthy and decentralized)
Tribler (Privacy using our Tor-inspired onion routing)
Uld (Samsung Printing & Scan Driver)
Unrar (Manage RAR archives)
Vcdimager (VideoCD (pre-)mastering and ripping tool)
VirtualBox (free and open-source hypervisor for x86 computers from Oracle Corporation)
Vlc (portable, free and open-source, cross-platform media player and streaming media server)
Atom (hackable text editor for the 21st Century)
Brackets (modern, open source text editor that understands web design)
Lighttable (the next generation code editor)
All packages with updates and last added
Authors and Contributors
Fedora United was born as a Google+ community made by David Vásquez whose purpose is to unite all distributions based on Fedora; so he updated and made in free time several basic packages for rawhide purposes. Various people liked it and the three crazy people, Sérgio Basto, Pavlo Rudyi and David Vasquez created the UnitedRPMs Project.
What is the purpose of this project?
Well, to maintain a solution for people with unstable Fedora distributions, improve our technical skills, create a Copr-like build system for package with licensing problems. UnitedRPMs it's not a branch maintenance of other projects, it is only a way to give the user a fast solution without foolish bureaucracy where everyone can help.
Why doesn't UnitedRPMs contribute to RPMFusion?
Our models of development are very different. We believe in a flexible ecosystem where everyone can be helpful to the community without stupid bureaucracy and without being a lone rider. Some of our packages were reworked from RPMFusion and can be used by everyone; unofficially as extended rpmfusion rawhide. You can find a list of all contributors here, the specs and source code are also available on Github.
Except for Sérgio Basto, who is an RPMFusion contributor and likes to think this project is an extension of RPMFusion.
Support or Contact
Having trouble with any package or UnitedRPMs repository? Need some software? Want to submit your package? Check out our latest issues, list of packages, Wiki and we’ll help you sort it out. Don't forget to subscribe to our Google+ group!
E-mail for non-public messages/requests/etc -
unitedrpms at protonmail.com