Ledbridge is our main software for controlling LED-Displays. It was initially developed in 2008 to replace the proprietary, windows-only software LedShowT9 and allow the LEDsMob to be controlled from Linux systems. Since then a lot of features have been added to it. It's modular design allows it to capture frames from all kinds of sources and drive various kinds of displays. Ledbridge is primary designed for Linux systems but, while lacking some Linux specific features, it has also been successfully tested on Mac OS X and FreeBSD. Windows is not supported at the moment.