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ExoPlayer

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Popular Libraries in Media

sherlock

by sherlock-project python

star image 30757 MIT

🔎 Hunt down social media accounts by username across social networks

ExoPlayer

by google java

star image 19022 Apache-2.0

An extensible media player for Android

tachiyomi

by tachiyomiorg kotlin

star image 15992 Apache-2.0

Free and open source manga reader for Android.

jellyfin

by jellyfin csharp

star image 14259 GPL-2.0

The Free Software Media System

xbmc

by xbmc c++

star image 13627 NOASSERTION

Kodi is an award-winning free and open source home theater/media center software and entertainment hub for digital media. With its beautiful interface and powerful skinning engine, it's available for Android, BSD, Linux, macOS, iOS and Windows.

awesome-piracy

by Igglybuff html

star image 13280 CC0-1.0

A curated list of awesome warez and piracy links

calibre

by kovidgoyal python

star image 12063 NOASSERTION

The official source code repository for the calibre ebook manager

Respond

by scottjehl javascript

star image 11524 MIT

A fast & lightweight polyfill for min/max-width CSS3 Media Queries (for IE 6-8, and more)

DeDRM_tools

by apprenticeharper python

star image 10974

DeDRM tools for ebooks

sherlock

by sherlock-project python

star image 30757 MIT

🔎 Hunt down social media accounts by username across social networks

ExoPlayer

by google java

star image 19022 Apache-2.0

An extensible media player for Android

tachiyomi

by tachiyomiorg kotlin

star image 15992 Apache-2.0

Free and open source manga reader for Android.

jellyfin

by jellyfin csharp

star image 14259 GPL-2.0

The Free Software Media System

xbmc

by xbmc c++

star image 13627 NOASSERTION

Kodi is an award-winning free and open source home theater/media center software and entertainment hub for digital media. With its beautiful interface and powerful skinning engine, it's available for Android, BSD, Linux, macOS, iOS and Windows.

awesome-piracy

by Igglybuff html

star image 13280 CC0-1.0

A curated list of awesome warez and piracy links

calibre

by kovidgoyal python

star image 12063 NOASSERTION

The official source code repository for the calibre ebook manager

Respond

by scottjehl javascript

star image 11524 MIT

A fast & lightweight polyfill for min/max-width CSS3 Media Queries (for IE 6-8, and more)

DeDRM_tools

by apprenticeharper python

star image 10974

DeDRM tools for ebooks

Trending New libraries in Media

koodo-reader

by troyeguo javascript

star image 4528 AGPL-3.0

A modern ebook manager and reader with sync and backup capacities for Windows, macOS, Linux and Web

the-economist-ebooks

by hehonghui css

star image 3629

经济学人(含音频)、纽约客、自然、新科学人、卫报、科学美国人、连线、大西洋月刊、新闻周刊、国家地理等英语杂志免费下载、订阅(kindle推送),支持epub、mobi、pdf格式, 每周更新. The Economist 、The New Yorker 、Nature、The Atlantic 、New Scientist、The Guardian、Scientific American、Wired、Newsweek magazines, free download and subscription for kindle, mobi、epub、pdf format.

Macast

by xfangfang python

star image 2703 GPL-3.0

Macast is a cross-platform application which using mpv as DLNA Media Renderer.

Ehviewer_CN_SXJ

by xiaojieonly java

star image 2216 Apache-2.0

ehviewer,用爱发电,快乐前行

honkit

by honkit typescript

star image 2055 Apache-2.0

:book: HonKit is building beautiful books using Markdown - Fork of GitBook

overseerr

by sct typescript

star image 1366 MIT

Request management and media discovery tool for the Plex ecosystem

Kavita

by Kareadita csharp

star image 1072 GPL-3.0

Kavita is a fast, feature rich, cross platform reading server. Built with a focus for manga and the goal of being a full solution for all your reading needs. Setup your own server and share your reading collection with your friends and family.

RaceControl

by robvdpol csharp

star image 1029 GPL-3.0

Race Control is a standalone, open source F1TV client for Windows, written in C# on the .NET platform.

reallive

by parzulpan java

star image 1021 GPL-3.0

A cross-platform network media aggregation application.

koodo-reader

by troyeguo javascript

star image 4528 AGPL-3.0

A modern ebook manager and reader with sync and backup capacities for Windows, macOS, Linux and Web

the-economist-ebooks

by hehonghui css

star image 3629

经济学人(含音频)、纽约客、自然、新科学人、卫报、科学美国人、连线、大西洋月刊、新闻周刊、国家地理等英语杂志免费下载、订阅(kindle推送),支持epub、mobi、pdf格式, 每周更新. The Economist 、The New Yorker 、Nature、The Atlantic 、New Scientist、The Guardian、Scientific American、Wired、Newsweek magazines, free download and subscription for kindle, mobi、epub、pdf format.

Macast

by xfangfang python

star image 2703 GPL-3.0

Macast is a cross-platform application which using mpv as DLNA Media Renderer.

Ehviewer_CN_SXJ

by xiaojieonly java

star image 2216 Apache-2.0

ehviewer,用爱发电,快乐前行

honkit

by honkit typescript

star image 2055 Apache-2.0

:book: HonKit is building beautiful books using Markdown - Fork of GitBook

overseerr

by sct typescript

star image 1366 MIT

Request management and media discovery tool for the Plex ecosystem

Kavita

by Kareadita csharp

star image 1072 GPL-3.0

Kavita is a fast, feature rich, cross platform reading server. Built with a focus for manga and the goal of being a full solution for all your reading needs. Setup your own server and share your reading collection with your friends and family.

RaceControl

by robvdpol csharp

star image 1029 GPL-3.0

Race Control is a standalone, open source F1TV client for Windows, written in C# on the .NET platform.

reallive

by parzulpan java

star image 1021 GPL-3.0

A cross-platform network media aggregation application.

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C++ Media is a vital part of the media stack, providing a common framework on which to build scalable and secure media applications. It’s also a key to expanding the reach of open source. The C++ Media libraries are the core of the C++ Media Platform. This is a collection of libraries that implement the functionality required to run a C++ Media application. The libraries are divided into two categories, generic and platform-specific. The generic libraries provide a set of abstractions that can be used to build media applications such as encoders, decoders and transcoders. The platform-specific libraries implement the concrete code required to execute on a particular platform. Some of the most widely used open source libraries for C++ Media among developers include: mediapipe - customizable ML solutions for live and streaming media; ZLMediaKit - A lightweight RTSP/RTMP/HTTP/HLS/HTTPFLV/WebSocketFLV/HTTPTS/HTTPfMP4/WebSocketTS/WebSocketfMP4/GB28181/WebRTC server and client framework based on C1; steem - Smart Media Tokens and decentralized applications.

Go is a lightweight programming language that's been around for a long time. It's used in many places, including GitHub, and it has a great community. The Go Compression library can help you deal with the bloated "go get" downloads that happen when you use the go get command. A single package installed on your machine will only download a fraction of what the server has to offer. The Go Compression library can be used with any language that supports the HTTP package — which means almost all languages. There are several popular open source libraries available for developers: Archiver - Easily create & extract archives, and compress & decompress files; Slim - collection of surprisingly space efficient data types, with corresponding serialization APIs to persisting them on-disk or for transport. The following is a comprehensive list of the best open source libraries.

JavaScript media libraries are libraries that allow to include audio, video, and other media in to the web pages. They are used to play video and audio files on the browser. JavaScript Media libraries are a collection of libraries that can be used to handle media in JavaScript. The main purpose of these libraries is to make the creation and manipulation of media elements easier and more powerful. These libraries help developers to write less code and focus on the core functionality of their applications. JavaScript Media libraries are useful for creating media player, audio/video streaming applications, websites with video content. Popular JavaScript Media open source libraries include: Node-Media-Server - js implementation of RTMP/HTTPFLV/WSFLV/HLS/DASH/MP4 Media Server; react-media - CSS media queries for React; styled-media-query - Better media queries for styledcomponent.

The Java platform supports the creation and extraction of files in compressed formats. The java.util.zip package contains classes that provide support for processing ZIP files as well as GZIP files, other than its compression capabilities, the Gzip format allows to bundle multiple files in a single archive (a tarball), it is also commonly used to compress CGI scripts and is often used on Unix-like platforms instead of GNU tar, which only creates tar archives. There are several popular open source libraries available for developers: RoaringBitmap - A better compressed bitset in Java, SiliCompressor - use for Video and Image compression, snappy-java - JNI-based implementation to achieve comparable performance to the native C++ version. Find below the comprehensive list of 14 best Java Compression libraries.

Ruby Media is a Ruby library that provides common API for dealing with media files. Ruby Media is a pure Ruby library and does not depend on any native extensions or frameworks. It supports all major platforms including Linux, Mac OS X and Windows. Ruby Media provides simple APIs for encoding and decoding audio, video and images. It also provides easy access to metadata about media files through its Metadata API. It provides a rich API to read, write and manipulate audio and video files. It can be used as a command-line tool, as well as a library for Ruby programs. Ruby Media is a gem that provides a number of media manipulation and playback capabilities to Ruby. It supports many different audio formats, video formats and image formats. Popular Ruby Media open source libraries among developers include: git-media - Handling large media files in Git; seed - a Common Sense CMS from The Media Collective; avalon - Avalon Media System – Samvera Application.

Java Media Player Open Source libraries are the open source libraries and frameworks that can use to build our own media player software. They have a wide range of features like playing audio files and streaming multimedia content. Java Media Player is used by many developers for creating multimedia applications. It provides a powerful and easy-to-use API for playing audio and video media. Java Media Player Open Source libraries is a collection of open source media player libraries which are based on the Java programming language. The goal of this project is to create an easy way for developers to test, compare and use different media players in their own applications. It provides a pluggable architecture allowing developers to create new media players and codes. The Java Media Framework supports audio, video and 3D content playback. Developers tend to use some of the following Java Media Player open source libraries: ExoPlayer - An extensible media player for Android; XR3Player - Advanced JavaFX Media Player; Amphitheatre - Android TV app that connects with network shares.

C# Media is a programming language developed by Microsoft in the early 2000s. It is based on the C and C++ languages, and designed for use with Microsoft's .NET framework. C# is an object-oriented, imperative, multi-paradigm programming language encompassing strong typing, imperative programming, functional programming, declarative programming, generic programming, and component-oriented programming. C# Media libraries are one of the most important parts of any application. Media Library, a library for media management. It is an easy-to-use and powerful tool that helps to store your files in one place, and manage them easily. They are used to manage and organize media files such as audio, video, and images. The source code for these libraries is freely available to programmers, who can modify them to suit their own needs. Some of the most popular C# Media Open Source libraries among developers are: jellyfin - The Free Software Media System; Emby - Emby Server is a personal media server; spy-spotify - Records Spotify to mp3 without ads and adds media tags.

Go media package is a standard library for accessing media files. It supports all common audio and video formats, and also provides some support for raw file formats. It provides an API to read and write images in different formats like BMP, GIF, JPEG, PNG etc. Go Media is a design agency that works with brands to build websites, apps and software. Go Media is a free, open-source media library for the Go programming language. It provides a standard interface for reading and writing audio files, video files and image files. It also includes an image processing library called go-img which can be used to resize and manipulate images. It provides support for working with media files using a simple and easy-to-use interface. It also provides support for reading metadata from media files and writing metadata to them. A few of the most popular Go Media open source libraries for developers are: plexdrive - Plexdrive mounts your Google Drive FUSE filesystem; exatorrent - Easy to Use Torrent Client Can be hosted in Cloud Files can be streamed in Browser/Media Player; kube-plex - Scalable Plex Media Server.

PHP Media is an open source library for the PHP programming language that provides a platform for development of media applications to process and manipulate media files. PHP Media is used by hundreds of thousands of developers and has been downloaded over 20 million times. PHP Media supports all major image formats including JPEG, PNG, GIF, TIFF and BMP; audio formats including MP3, OGG Vorbis, WAV and AIFF; video formats including MPEG-4 (H.264), WebM (VP8) and Theora/Vorbis; and container formats such as MKV, OGM, M2TS and FLV. They are a powerful tool that can be used on many different platforms. The best part about these libraries is that they are free to download and use. Popular PHP Media open source libraries for developers include: laravel-auth - Laravel 8 with user authentication; befriended - Eloquent Befriended brings social medialike features like following; wp-sync-db-media-files - Sync media libraries between WordPress installations.

Java Media APIs allow developers to create applications that can play videos and music, record audio, and take photos. This makes it easier for developers to build applications quickly and with minimal effort. Java Media is a set of libraries that provides developers with a powerful and easy-to-use API for developing multimedia applications. It is available as a free download from the Java website and can be used with any Java-compatible platform. Java Media is designed to cover all aspects of media processing, including: Image Processing, Video Processing and Audio Processing. This library provides developers with the ability to create media applications in a platform-independent manner. Java Media is also known as Java Media Framework (JMF), which is a set of APIs that enables developers to build multimedia applications in Java programming language. There are several popular Java Media open source libraries available for developers: ExoPlayer - An extensible media player for Android; react-native-image-picker - React Native module that allows you to use native UI; Ant-Media-Server - Ant Media Server is a streaming engine software that provides adaptive, ultra low latency streaming.

JavaScript is the most widely used scripting language on Earth. And even though it has so many advanced features and methods, the language itself is quite big, therefore it slows down your website. By compressing JavaScript files you can reduce the loading time of your webpage by up to 70%. Minification is the process of removing all unnecessary characters from source code without changing its functionality. These unnecessary characters usually include white space characters, new line characters, comments, and sometimes block delimiters, which are used to add readability to the code but are not required for it to execute. Some of the popular JavaScript compression libraries are: Compressors - Image Compressor, Decompress - Extracting archives made easy, Fastify-compress - Adds compression utils to the Fastify reply object and a hook to decompress requests payloads. The following is a list of the most popular libraries.

Space matters. In the world of data science and machine learning, the size of the dataset is often the biggest determining factor in choosing a model. And in the world of deployment, it is the size of the model that determines whether or not it can be used on a mobile device. Compression can help to solve both problems by reducing the size of datasets and models. This opens up new avenues for storage, transmission, and training/inference. The Python Compression library is a multi-platform, efficient and easy to use Python library to compress, decompress and extract compressed files. Developers tend to use some of the following open source libraries: Requests - A simple, yet elegant HTTP library, Deep-Compression-AlexNet - Deep Compression on AlexNet, nn-compression - A Pytorch implementation of Neural Network Compression. The entire list of open source libraries are provided below.

Python is a general-purpose programming language. It is a high-level language, meaning it can be used to create applications that do things like word processing and spreadsheets. Python also has many features that make it ideal for statistical analysis, scientific computing, and machine learning. Python has a rich set of open source libraries for media manipulation and processing. It can be used for all types of applications, from web apps to games. Python Media libraries are used to create audio and video files. Python Media libraries allow developers to manipulate the content of a media file, such as editing, adding or removing audio effects, and even generating new audio tracks from existing ones. Many developers depend on the following Python Media open source libraries are: sherlock - Hunt down social media accounts; hosts - Consolidating and extending hosts files; Tautulli - Python based monitoring and tracking tool for Plex Media Server.

SayOne Digital is a marketing services division of the full-service software development company SayOne Technologies, which was founded in 2010. As a results-driven Digital marketing agency in India, we have the expertise to help you increase the visibility of your business and improve your ROI. Apart from implementing the best practices, our digital marketing experts employ the latest strategies to ensure that your business stays one step ahead of your competitors.

C++ Media is a vital part of the media stack, providing a common framework on which to build scalable and secure media applications. It’s also a key to expanding the reach of open source. The C++ Media libraries are the core of the C++ Media Platform. This is a collection of libraries that implement the functionality required to run a C++ Media application. The libraries are divided into two categories, generic and platform-specific. The generic libraries provide a set of abstractions that can be used to build media applications such as encoders, decoders and transcoders. The platform-specific libraries implement the concrete code required to execute on a particular platform. Some of the most widely used open source libraries for C++ Media among developers include: mediapipe - customizable ML solutions for live and streaming media; ZLMediaKit - A lightweight RTSP/RTMP/HTTP/HLS/HTTPFLV/WebSocketFLV/HTTPTS/HTTPfMP4/WebSocketTS/WebSocketfMP4/GB28181/WebRTC server and client framework based on C1; steem - Smart Media Tokens and decentralized applications.

Go is a lightweight programming language that's been around for a long time. It's used in many places, including GitHub, and it has a great community. The Go Compression library can help you deal with the bloated "go get" downloads that happen when you use the go get command. A single package installed on your machine will only download a fraction of what the server has to offer. The Go Compression library can be used with any language that supports the HTTP package — which means almost all languages. There are several popular open source libraries available for developers: Archiver - Easily create & extract archives, and compress & decompress files; Slim - collection of surprisingly space efficient data types, with corresponding serialization APIs to persisting them on-disk or for transport. The following is a comprehensive list of the best open source libraries.

JavaScript media libraries are libraries that allow to include audio, video, and other media in to the web pages. They are used to play video and audio files on the browser. JavaScript Media libraries are a collection of libraries that can be used to handle media in JavaScript. The main purpose of these libraries is to make the creation and manipulation of media elements easier and more powerful. These libraries help developers to write less code and focus on the core functionality of their applications. JavaScript Media libraries are useful for creating media player, audio/video streaming applications, websites with video content. Popular JavaScript Media open source libraries include: Node-Media-Server - js implementation of RTMP/HTTPFLV/WSFLV/HLS/DASH/MP4 Media Server; react-media - CSS media queries for React; styled-media-query - Better media queries for styledcomponent.

The Java platform supports the creation and extraction of files in compressed formats. The java.util.zip package contains classes that provide support for processing ZIP files as well as GZIP files, other than its compression capabilities, the Gzip format allows to bundle multiple files in a single archive (a tarball), it is also commonly used to compress CGI scripts and is often used on Unix-like platforms instead of GNU tar, which only creates tar archives. There are several popular open source libraries available for developers: RoaringBitmap - A better compressed bitset in Java, SiliCompressor - use for Video and Image compression, snappy-java - JNI-based implementation to achieve comparable performance to the native C++ version. Find below the comprehensive list of 14 best Java Compression libraries.

Ruby Media is a Ruby library that provides common API for dealing with media files. Ruby Media is a pure Ruby library and does not depend on any native extensions or frameworks. It supports all major platforms including Linux, Mac OS X and Windows. Ruby Media provides simple APIs for encoding and decoding audio, video and images. It also provides easy access to metadata about media files through its Metadata API. It provides a rich API to read, write and manipulate audio and video files. It can be used as a command-line tool, as well as a library for Ruby programs. Ruby Media is a gem that provides a number of media manipulation and playback capabilities to Ruby. It supports many different audio formats, video formats and image formats. Popular Ruby Media open source libraries among developers include: git-media - Handling large media files in Git; seed - a Common Sense CMS from The Media Collective; avalon - Avalon Media System – Samvera Application.

Java Media Player Open Source libraries are the open source libraries and frameworks that can use to build our own media player software. They have a wide range of features like playing audio files and streaming multimedia content. Java Media Player is used by many developers for creating multimedia applications. It provides a powerful and easy-to-use API for playing audio and video media. Java Media Player Open Source libraries is a collection of open source media player libraries which are based on the Java programming language. The goal of this project is to create an easy way for developers to test, compare and use different media players in their own applications. It provides a pluggable architecture allowing developers to create new media players and codes. The Java Media Framework supports audio, video and 3D content playback. Developers tend to use some of the following Java Media Player open source libraries: ExoPlayer - An extensible media player for Android; XR3Player - Advanced JavaFX Media Player; Amphitheatre - Android TV app that connects with network shares.

C# Media is a programming language developed by Microsoft in the early 2000s. It is based on the C and C++ languages, and designed for use with Microsoft's .NET framework. C# is an object-oriented, imperative, multi-paradigm programming language encompassing strong typing, imperative programming, functional programming, declarative programming, generic programming, and component-oriented programming. C# Media libraries are one of the most important parts of any application. Media Library, a library for media management. It is an easy-to-use and powerful tool that helps to store your files in one place, and manage them easily. They are used to manage and organize media files such as audio, video, and images. The source code for these libraries is freely available to programmers, who can modify them to suit their own needs. Some of the most popular C# Media Open Source libraries among developers are: jellyfin - The Free Software Media System; Emby - Emby Server is a personal media server; spy-spotify - Records Spotify to mp3 without ads and adds media tags.

Go media package is a standard library for accessing media files. It supports all common audio and video formats, and also provides some support for raw file formats. It provides an API to read and write images in different formats like BMP, GIF, JPEG, PNG etc. Go Media is a design agency that works with brands to build websites, apps and software. Go Media is a free, open-source media library for the Go programming language. It provides a standard interface for reading and writing audio files, video files and image files. It also includes an image processing library called go-img which can be used to resize and manipulate images. It provides support for working with media files using a simple and easy-to-use interface. It also provides support for reading metadata from media files and writing metadata to them. A few of the most popular Go Media open source libraries for developers are: plexdrive - Plexdrive mounts your Google Drive FUSE filesystem; exatorrent - Easy to Use Torrent Client Can be hosted in Cloud Files can be streamed in Browser/Media Player; kube-plex - Scalable Plex Media Server.

PHP Media is an open source library for the PHP programming language that provides a platform for development of media applications to process and manipulate media files. PHP Media is used by hundreds of thousands of developers and has been downloaded over 20 million times. PHP Media supports all major image formats including JPEG, PNG, GIF, TIFF and BMP; audio formats including MP3, OGG Vorbis, WAV and AIFF; video formats including MPEG-4 (H.264), WebM (VP8) and Theora/Vorbis; and container formats such as MKV, OGM, M2TS and FLV. They are a powerful tool that can be used on many different platforms. The best part about these libraries is that they are free to download and use. Popular PHP Media open source libraries for developers include: laravel-auth - Laravel 8 with user authentication; befriended - Eloquent Befriended brings social medialike features like following; wp-sync-db-media-files - Sync media libraries between WordPress installations.

Java Media APIs allow developers to create applications that can play videos and music, record audio, and take photos. This makes it easier for developers to build applications quickly and with minimal effort. Java Media is a set of libraries that provides developers with a powerful and easy-to-use API for developing multimedia applications. It is available as a free download from the Java website and can be used with any Java-compatible platform. Java Media is designed to cover all aspects of media processing, including: Image Processing, Video Processing and Audio Processing. This library provides developers with the ability to create media applications in a platform-independent manner. Java Media is also known as Java Media Framework (JMF), which is a set of APIs that enables developers to build multimedia applications in Java programming language. There are several popular Java Media open source libraries available for developers: ExoPlayer - An extensible media player for Android; react-native-image-picker - React Native module that allows you to use native UI; Ant-Media-Server - Ant Media Server is a streaming engine software that provides adaptive, ultra low latency streaming.

JavaScript is the most widely used scripting language on Earth. And even though it has so many advanced features and methods, the language itself is quite big, therefore it slows down your website. By compressing JavaScript files you can reduce the loading time of your webpage by up to 70%. Minification is the process of removing all unnecessary characters from source code without changing its functionality. These unnecessary characters usually include white space characters, new line characters, comments, and sometimes block delimiters, which are used to add readability to the code but are not required for it to execute. Some of the popular JavaScript compression libraries are: Compressors - Image Compressor, Decompress - Extracting archives made easy, Fastify-compress - Adds compression utils to the Fastify reply object and a hook to decompress requests payloads. The following is a list of the most popular libraries.

Space matters. In the world of data science and machine learning, the size of the dataset is often the biggest determining factor in choosing a model. And in the world of deployment, it is the size of the model that determines whether or not it can be used on a mobile device. Compression can help to solve both problems by reducing the size of datasets and models. This opens up new avenues for storage, transmission, and training/inference. The Python Compression library is a multi-platform, efficient and easy to use Python library to compress, decompress and extract compressed files. Developers tend to use some of the following open source libraries: Requests - A simple, yet elegant HTTP library, Deep-Compression-AlexNet - Deep Compression on AlexNet, nn-compression - A Pytorch implementation of Neural Network Compression. The entire list of open source libraries are provided below.

Python is a general-purpose programming language. It is a high-level language, meaning it can be used to create applications that do things like word processing and spreadsheets. Python also has many features that make it ideal for statistical analysis, scientific computing, and machine learning. Python has a rich set of open source libraries for media manipulation and processing. It can be used for all types of applications, from web apps to games. Python Media libraries are used to create audio and video files. Python Media libraries allow developers to manipulate the content of a media file, such as editing, adding or removing audio effects, and even generating new audio tracks from existing ones. Many developers depend on the following Python Media open source libraries are: sherlock - Hunt down social media accounts; hosts - Consolidating and extending hosts files; Tautulli - Python based monitoring and tracking tool for Plex Media Server.

SayOne Digital is a marketing services division of the full-service software development company SayOne Technologies, which was founded in 2010. As a results-driven Digital marketing agency in India, we have the expertise to help you increase the visibility of your business and improve your ROI. Apart from implementing the best practices, our digital marketing experts employ the latest strategies to ensure that your business stays one step ahead of your competitors.

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QUESTION

android:exported added but still getting error Apps targeting Android 12 and higher are required to specify an explicit value for android:exported

Asked 2022-Mar-24 at 15:30

I have added android:exported="true" to my only activity in manifest but still getting below error after updating compile sdk and target sdk version to 31.I also tried rebuilding the project , invalidating cache and restart but that didn't helped

Error- Apps targeting Android 12 and higher are required to specify an explicit value for android:exported when the corresponding component has an intent filter defined. See https://developer.android.com/guide/topics/manifest/activity-element#exported for details.

AndroidManifest File
1<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
2<manifest xmlns:android="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res/android"
3    package="com.xyz.abc">
4
5    <uses-permission android:name="android.permission.WRITE_EXTERNAL_STORAGE" />
6    <uses-permission android:name="android.permission.READ_EXTERNAL_STORAGE" />
7
8    <application
9        android:name=".framework.presentation.BaseApplication"
10        android:allowBackup="true"
11        android:icon="@mipmap/ic_launcher"
12        android:label="@string/app_name"
13        android:roundIcon="@mipmap/ic_launcher_round"
14        android:supportsRtl="true"
15        android:theme="@style/AppTheme">
16        <activity android:name="com.xyz.presentation.MainActivity"
17            android:exported="true">
18            <intent-filter>
19                <action android:name="android.intent.action.MAIN" />
20
21                <category android:name="android.intent.category.LAUNCHER" />
22            </intent-filter>
23        </activity>
24    </application>
25
26</manifest>
27
Merged manifest error

Other Manifest Files (Included in merge, but did not contribute any elements) firebase-installations:17.0.0 manifest, versionedparcelable:1.1.1 manifest, runtime:1.0.1 manifest, test:core:1.2.0 manifest, loader:1.0.0 manifest, facebook-share:11.1.0 manifest, leakcanary:leaksentry:2.0-alpha-3 manifest, material-dialogs:input:3.2.1 manifest, material-icons-extended:1.0.0 manifest, play-services-stats:17.0.0 manifest, interpolator:1.0.0 manifest, activity-compose:1.3.1 manifest, material-ripple:1.0.0 manifest, foundation:1.0.0 manifest, asynclayoutinflater:1.0.0 manifest, savedstate-ktx:1.1.0 manifest, navigation-dynamic-features-fragment:2.3.5 manifest, firebase-ui-auth:7.2.0 manifest, animation:1.0.1 manifest, animation-core:1.0.1 manifest, installreferrer:1.0 manifest, firebase-crashlytics:18.0.0 manifest, ui:1.0.1 manifest, lifecycle-viewmodel-savedstate:2.3.1 manifest, play-services-auth-base:17.0.0 manifest, hilt-android:2.35.1 manifest, material-dialogs:core:3.2.1 manifest, AndroidManifest.xml navigation file, savedstate:1.1.0 manifest, cursoradapter:1.0.0 manifest, sqlite-framework:2.0.1 manifest, room-ktx:2.1.0 manifest, leakcanary-android-core:2.0-alpha-3 manifest, AndroidManifest.xml navigation file, media:1.0.0 manifest, coordinatorlayout:1.1.0 manifest, legacy-support-core-utils:1.0.0 manifest, lifecycle-runtime:2.3.1 manifest, coil-kt:coil:1.3.1 manifest, ui-tooling-preview:1.0.0 manifest, facebook-core:11.1.0 manifest, core:1.6.0 manifest, material:1.0.0 manifest, firebase-common:20.0.0 manifest, documentfile:1.0.0 manifest, lifecycle-viewmodel-compose:2.4.0-beta01 manifest, play-services-base:17.1.0 manifest, ui-tooling-data:1.0.0 manifest, coil-base:1.3.1 manifest, firebase-analytics-ktx:19.0.0 manifest, localbroadcastmanager:1.0.0 manifest, swiperefreshlayout:1.1.0-alpha03 manifest, constraintlayout-compose:1.0.0-beta02 manifest, core-ktx:1.6.0 manifest, firebase-database-collection:18.0.0 manifest, coil-compose-base:1.3.1 manifest, activity:1.3.1 manifest, AndroidManifest.xml navigation file, facebook-messenger:11.1.0 manifest, print:1.0.0 manifest, customview:1.1.0 manifest, material-icons-core:1.0.0 manifest, play-services-measurement-sdk:19.0.0 manifest, fragment:1.3.4 manifest, firebase-appcheck-interop:16.0.0-beta01 manifest, facebook-login:11.1.0 manifest, cardview:1.0.0 manifest, runtime-rxjava2:1.0.0 manifest, viewpager2:1.0.0 manifest, play-services-ads-identifier:17.0.0 manifest, play-services-measurement-impl:19.0.0 manifest, lifecycle-livedata-core:2.3.1 manifest, play-services-safetynet:17.0.0 manifest, AndroidManifest.xml navigation file, lifecycle-viewmodel-ktx:2.3.1 manifest, transport-backend-cct:3.0.0 manifest, fragment-ktx:1.2.4 manifest, appcompat:1.3.0 manifest, transport-runtime:3.0.0 manifest, lifecycle-livedata-core-ktx:2.2.0 manifest, firebase-firestore-ktx:23.0.0 manifest, legacy-support-v4:1.0.0 manifest, play-services-basement:17.1.1 manifest, firebase-storage:20.0.0 manifest, play-services-auth-api-phone:17.4.0 manifest, leakcanary-android:2.0-alpha-3 manifest, firebase-auth-interop:20.0.0 manifest, lifecycle-viewmodel:2.3.1 manifest, browser:1.0.0 manifest, firebase-auth:21.0.1 manifest, material:1.2.1 manifest, slidingpanelayout:1.0.0 manifest, vectordrawable:1.1.0 manifest, recyclerview:1.1.0 manifest, play-services-auth:19.0.0 manifest, room-runtime:2.1.0 manifest, dagger-lint-aar:2.35.1 manifest, navigation-dynamic-features-runtime:2.3.5 manifest, play-services-measurement-api:19.0.0 manifest, firebase-encoders-json:18.0.0 manifest, sqlite:2.0.1 manifest, facebook-android-sdk:11.1.0 manifest, firebase-components:17.0.0 manifest, transport-api:3.0.0 manifest, protolite-well-known-types:18.0.0 manifest, markdown-processor:0.1.3 manifest, play-services-measurement-base:19.0.0 manifest, firebase-common-ktx:20.0.0 manifest, activity-ktx:1.3.1 manifest, firebase-crashlytics-ktx:18.0.0 manifest, coil-compose:1.3.1 manifest, multidex:2.0.1 manifest, core-runtime:2.1.0 manifest, fragment-testing:1.2.0 manifest, ui-graphics:1.0.1 manifest, AndroidManifest.xml navigation file, ui-tooling:1.0.0 manifest, grpc-android:1.28.0 manifest, ui-unit:1.0.1 manifest, play-services-measurement:19.0.0 manifest, play:core:1.9.1 manifest, annotation-experimental:1.1.0 manifest, play-services-measurement-sdk-api:19.0.0 manifest, play-services-tasks:17.0.0 manifest, firebase-analytics:19.0.0 manifest, facebook-common:11.1.0 manifest, drawerlayout:1.1.1 manifest, AndroidManifest.xml navigation file, navigation-compose:2.4.0-alpha09 manifest, facebook-gamingservices:11.1.0 manifest, firebase-firestore:23.0.0 manifest, lifecycle-livedata:2.2.0 manifest, legacy-support-core-ui:1.0.0 manifest, test:monitor:1.2.0 manifest, AndroidManifest.xml navigation file, facebook-applinks:11.1.0 manifest, viewpager:1.0.0 manifest, ui-geometry:1.0.1 manifest, lifecycle-runtime-ktx:2.3.1 manifest, constraintlayout:2.0.4 manifest, ui-text:1.0.1 manifest, AndroidManifest.xml navigation file, firebase-installations-interop:17.0.0 manifest, transition:1.3.0 manifest, foundation-layout:1.0.1 manifest, appcompat-resources:1.3.1 manifest, runtime-livedata:1.0.0 manifest, runtime-saveable:1.0.1 manifest, firebase-measurement-connector:19.0.0 manifest, vectordrawable-animated:1.1.0 manifest, main nav_graph.xml navigation file Merging Errors: Error: android:exported needs to be explicitly specified for . Apps targeting Android 12 and higher are required to specify an explicit value for android:exported when the corresponding component has an intent filter defined. See https://developer.android.com/guide/topics/manifest/activity-element#exported for details. Dairy.app main manifest (this file) Error: android:exported needs to be explicitly specified for . Apps targeting Android 12 and higher are required to specify an explicit value for android:exported when the corresponding component has an intent filter defined. See https://developer.android.com/guide/topics/manifest/activity-element#exported for details. Dairy.app main manifest (this file) Error: android:exported needs to be explicitly specified for . Apps targeting Android 12 and higher are required to specify an explicit value for android:exported when the corresponding component has an intent filter defined. See https://developer.android.com/guide/topics/manifest/activity-element#exported for details. Dairy.app main manifest (this file)

ANSWER

Answered 2021-Oct-05 at 10:38

After the build has failed go to AndroidManifest.xml and in the bottom click merged manifest see which activities which have intent-filter but don't have exported=true attribute. Or you can just get the activities which are giving error.

Add these activities to your App manifest with android:exported="true" and app tools:node="merge" this will add exported attribute to the activities giving error.

Example:

1<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
2<manifest xmlns:android="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res/android"
3    package="com.xyz.abc">
4
5    <uses-permission android:name="android.permission.WRITE_EXTERNAL_STORAGE" />
6    <uses-permission android:name="android.permission.READ_EXTERNAL_STORAGE" />
7
8    <application
9        android:name=".framework.presentation.BaseApplication"
10        android:allowBackup="true"
11        android:icon="@mipmap/ic_launcher"
12        android:label="@string/app_name"
13        android:roundIcon="@mipmap/ic_launcher_round"
14        android:supportsRtl="true"
15        android:theme="@style/AppTheme">
16        <activity android:name="com.xyz.presentation.MainActivity"
17            android:exported="true">
18            <intent-filter>
19                <action android:name="android.intent.action.MAIN" />
20
21                <category android:name="android.intent.category.LAUNCHER" />
22            </intent-filter>
23        </activity>
24    </application>
25
26</manifest>
27      <activity
28            android:name="<activity which is giving error>"
29            android:exported="true"
30            tools:node="merge" />
31

You will have to do this once, you can remove this once the library developers update their libs.

Source https://stackoverflow.com/questions/69287478

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QUESTION

android:exported added but still getting error Apps targeting Android 12 and higher are required to specify an explicit value for android:exported

Asked 2022-Mar-24 at 15:30

I have added android:exported="true" to my only activity in manifest but still getting below error after updating compile sdk and target sdk version to 31.I also tried rebuilding the project , invalidating cache and restart but that didn't helped

Error- Apps targeting Android 12 and higher are required to specify an explicit value for android:exported when the corresponding component has an intent filter defined. See https://developer.android.com/guide/topics/manifest/activity-element#exported for details.

AndroidManifest File
1<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
2<manifest xmlns:android="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res/android"
3    package="com.xyz.abc">
4
5    <uses-permission android:name="android.permission.WRITE_EXTERNAL_STORAGE" />
6    <uses-permission android:name="android.permission.READ_EXTERNAL_STORAGE" />
7
8    <application
9        android:name=".framework.presentation.BaseApplication"
10        android:allowBackup="true"
11        android:icon="@mipmap/ic_launcher"
12        android:label="@string/app_name"
13        android:roundIcon="@mipmap/ic_launcher_round"
14        android:supportsRtl="true"
15        android:theme="@style/AppTheme">
16        <activity android:name="com.xyz.presentation.MainActivity"
17            android:exported="true">
18            <intent-filter>
19                <action android:name="android.intent.action.MAIN" />
20
21                <category android:name="android.intent.category.LAUNCHER" />
22            </intent-filter>
23        </activity>
24    </application>
25
26</manifest>
27
Merged manifest error

Other Manifest Files (Included in merge, but did not contribute any elements) firebase-installations:17.0.0 manifest, versionedparcelable:1.1.1 manifest, runtime:1.0.1 manifest, test:core:1.2.0 manifest, loader:1.0.0 manifest, facebook-share:11.1.0 manifest, leakcanary:leaksentry:2.0-alpha-3 manifest, material-dialogs:input:3.2.1 manifest, material-icons-extended:1.0.0 manifest, play-services-stats:17.0.0 manifest, interpolator:1.0.0 manifest, activity-compose:1.3.1 manifest, material-ripple:1.0.0 manifest, foundation:1.0.0 manifest, asynclayoutinflater:1.0.0 manifest, savedstate-ktx:1.1.0 manifest, navigation-dynamic-features-fragment:2.3.5 manifest, firebase-ui-auth:7.2.0 manifest, animation:1.0.1 manifest, animation-core:1.0.1 manifest, installreferrer:1.0 manifest, firebase-crashlytics:18.0.0 manifest, ui:1.0.1 manifest, lifecycle-viewmodel-savedstate:2.3.1 manifest, play-services-auth-base:17.0.0 manifest, hilt-android:2.35.1 manifest, material-dialogs:core:3.2.1 manifest, AndroidManifest.xml navigation file, savedstate:1.1.0 manifest, cursoradapter:1.0.0 manifest, sqlite-framework:2.0.1 manifest, room-ktx:2.1.0 manifest, leakcanary-android-core:2.0-alpha-3 manifest, AndroidManifest.xml navigation file, media:1.0.0 manifest, coordinatorlayout:1.1.0 manifest, legacy-support-core-utils:1.0.0 manifest, lifecycle-runtime:2.3.1 manifest, coil-kt:coil:1.3.1 manifest, ui-tooling-preview:1.0.0 manifest, facebook-core:11.1.0 manifest, core:1.6.0 manifest, material:1.0.0 manifest, firebase-common:20.0.0 manifest, documentfile:1.0.0 manifest, lifecycle-viewmodel-compose:2.4.0-beta01 manifest, play-services-base:17.1.0 manifest, ui-tooling-data:1.0.0 manifest, coil-base:1.3.1 manifest, firebase-analytics-ktx:19.0.0 manifest, localbroadcastmanager:1.0.0 manifest, swiperefreshlayout:1.1.0-alpha03 manifest, constraintlayout-compose:1.0.0-beta02 manifest, core-ktx:1.6.0 manifest, firebase-database-collection:18.0.0 manifest, coil-compose-base:1.3.1 manifest, activity:1.3.1 manifest, AndroidManifest.xml navigation file, facebook-messenger:11.1.0 manifest, print:1.0.0 manifest, customview:1.1.0 manifest, material-icons-core:1.0.0 manifest, play-services-measurement-sdk:19.0.0 manifest, fragment:1.3.4 manifest, firebase-appcheck-interop:16.0.0-beta01 manifest, facebook-login:11.1.0 manifest, cardview:1.0.0 manifest, runtime-rxjava2:1.0.0 manifest, viewpager2:1.0.0 manifest, play-services-ads-identifier:17.0.0 manifest, play-services-measurement-impl:19.0.0 manifest, lifecycle-livedata-core:2.3.1 manifest, play-services-safetynet:17.0.0 manifest, AndroidManifest.xml navigation file, lifecycle-viewmodel-ktx:2.3.1 manifest, transport-backend-cct:3.0.0 manifest, fragment-ktx:1.2.4 manifest, appcompat:1.3.0 manifest, transport-runtime:3.0.0 manifest, lifecycle-livedata-core-ktx:2.2.0 manifest, firebase-firestore-ktx:23.0.0 manifest, legacy-support-v4:1.0.0 manifest, play-services-basement:17.1.1 manifest, firebase-storage:20.0.0 manifest, play-services-auth-api-phone:17.4.0 manifest, leakcanary-android:2.0-alpha-3 manifest, firebase-auth-interop:20.0.0 manifest, lifecycle-viewmodel:2.3.1 manifest, browser:1.0.0 manifest, firebase-auth:21.0.1 manifest, material:1.2.1 manifest, slidingpanelayout:1.0.0 manifest, vectordrawable:1.1.0 manifest, recyclerview:1.1.0 manifest, play-services-auth:19.0.0 manifest, room-runtime:2.1.0 manifest, dagger-lint-aar:2.35.1 manifest, navigation-dynamic-features-runtime:2.3.5 manifest, play-services-measurement-api:19.0.0 manifest, firebase-encoders-json:18.0.0 manifest, sqlite:2.0.1 manifest, facebook-android-sdk:11.1.0 manifest, firebase-components:17.0.0 manifest, transport-api:3.0.0 manifest, protolite-well-known-types:18.0.0 manifest, markdown-processor:0.1.3 manifest, play-services-measurement-base:19.0.0 manifest, firebase-common-ktx:20.0.0 manifest, activity-ktx:1.3.1 manifest, firebase-crashlytics-ktx:18.0.0 manifest, coil-compose:1.3.1 manifest, multidex:2.0.1 manifest, core-runtime:2.1.0 manifest, fragment-testing:1.2.0 manifest, ui-graphics:1.0.1 manifest, AndroidManifest.xml navigation file, ui-tooling:1.0.0 manifest, grpc-android:1.28.0 manifest, ui-unit:1.0.1 manifest, play-services-measurement:19.0.0 manifest, play:core:1.9.1 manifest, annotation-experimental:1.1.0 manifest, play-services-measurement-sdk-api:19.0.0 manifest, play-services-tasks:17.0.0 manifest, firebase-analytics:19.0.0 manifest, facebook-common:11.1.0 manifest, drawerlayout:1.1.1 manifest, AndroidManifest.xml navigation file, navigation-compose:2.4.0-alpha09 manifest, facebook-gamingservices:11.1.0 manifest, firebase-firestore:23.0.0 manifest, lifecycle-livedata:2.2.0 manifest, legacy-support-core-ui:1.0.0 manifest, test:monitor:1.2.0 manifest, AndroidManifest.xml navigation file, facebook-applinks:11.1.0 manifest, viewpager:1.0.0 manifest, ui-geometry:1.0.1 manifest, lifecycle-runtime-ktx:2.3.1 manifest, constraintlayout:2.0.4 manifest, ui-text:1.0.1 manifest, AndroidManifest.xml navigation file, firebase-installations-interop:17.0.0 manifest, transition:1.3.0 manifest, foundation-layout:1.0.1 manifest, appcompat-resources:1.3.1 manifest, runtime-livedata:1.0.0 manifest, runtime-saveable:1.0.1 manifest, firebase-measurement-connector:19.0.0 manifest, vectordrawable-animated:1.1.0 manifest, main nav_graph.xml navigation file Merging Errors: Error: android:exported needs to be explicitly specified for . Apps targeting Android 12 and higher are required to specify an explicit value for android:exported when the corresponding component has an intent filter defined. See https://developer.android.com/guide/topics/manifest/activity-element#exported for details. Dairy.app main manifest (this file) Error: android:exported needs to be explicitly specified for . Apps targeting Android 12 and higher are required to specify an explicit value for android:exported when the corresponding component has an intent filter defined. See https://developer.android.com/guide/topics/manifest/activity-element#exported for details. Dairy.app main manifest (this file) Error: android:exported needs to be explicitly specified for . Apps targeting Android 12 and higher are required to specify an explicit value for android:exported when the corresponding component has an intent filter defined. See https://developer.android.com/guide/topics/manifest/activity-element#exported for details. Dairy.app main manifest (this file)

ANSWER

Answered 2021-Oct-05 at 10:38

After the build has failed go to AndroidManifest.xml and in the bottom click merged manifest see which activities which have intent-filter but don't have exported=true attribute. Or you can just get the activities which are giving error.

Add these activities to your App manifest with android:exported="true" and app tools:node="merge" this will add exported attribute to the activities giving error.

Example:

1<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
2<manifest xmlns:android="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res/android"
3    package="com.xyz.abc">
4
5    <uses-permission android:name="android.permission.WRITE_EXTERNAL_STORAGE" />
6    <uses-permission android:name="android.permission.READ_EXTERNAL_STORAGE" />
7
8    <application
9        android:name=".framework.presentation.BaseApplication"
10        android:allowBackup="true"
11        android:icon="@mipmap/ic_launcher"
12        android:label="@string/app_name"
13        android:roundIcon="@mipmap/ic_launcher_round"
14        android:supportsRtl="true"
15        android:theme="@style/AppTheme">
16        <activity android:name="com.xyz.presentation.MainActivity"