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KDE Video Application

Score 82%



Link:  http://
Minimum required   KDE 3.0.x
Downloads:  20902
Submitted:  Nov 15 2005
Updated:  Sep 12 2007


KVideoEncoder is a GUI for the mencoder and transcode;

my goal is to write a kind of TMPGEnc Clone for linux with additional features.
For example, KVideoEncoder supports joining of two or more videos and dvd-ripping.


Sorry everybody, but I just don't have the time to work on KVideoEncoder at the moment.
0.09 should came with a new dvd reading engine, build with some great patches I've received and some other new features, but...
I've uploaded the current status for you, maybe dvd-reading is broken on some systems, but the annoying language bug is fixed.

I've got much to do now (work, etc) and this is the moment where the OSS-thing become important.
I've got space for a website and a CVS at sourceforge, maybe somebody could help me to set these things up? And maybe we could continue developing KVideoEncoder together.

Changes (0.09beta2):
- Added support for UTF-8
- Language bug fixed

Changes (0.08):
* 1 Bugfix
* Some minor improvements (thanks to Алексей Кузнецов)
* Crop filter added
* Translations updated
* Czech translation (thanks to Robert Stodulka)

Changes (rc2):
* file encoding repaired (mencoder).

Changes (rc1):
* Nine bugfixes, including:
- #25: DVD-ripping repaired (mencoder).
- #26: MPEG-Encoding should work with the new versions of mencoder.
- #29-31: Some crashes fixed.
- #32: Xvid multipass encoding repaired (mencoder).
- #34: No crash if your PC/notebook doesn't have any IDE devices.
* Audio PCM encoding
* Error handling (mencoder)
* Some design improvements
* Some improvements related to the configure script and the makefile.
* transcode improvements
* New Tool: FLV2MPEG

Please note that transcode may not work when you try it. The problem is, that - for example - you've round about five different ways to encode an MPEG file; which one the right for is depends on your transcode installation and the installed modules.
KVideoEncoder must deal with this problems but that doesn't work very good at the moment. I'm working on it and I hope that you can help me (write comments, etc).

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 Mandriva 2007

 by pejakm on: Jul 21 2007
Score 50%

Nice app, but still needs to be worked on.
And every time I run any of the dialog it switches to Czech language.

However, there's Mandriva 2007 rpm:

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 one request

 by chandraiitk on: Aug 11 2007
Score 50%

hi, I have a small request about this app and I think it can improve usability of it.

1. In Output--->Video Codec---->MPEG+DVD option--->Framerate, even if I choose 29.97 fps, it shows 30 fps once I start encoding a video. Could you please fix it because this is the framerate widely adopted in DVD format videos.

2. In the Output--->Audio Codec section, the encoding is not possible in AC3 format, what is again a well-known format for DVDs. Could u please add the AC3 encoding option also.


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 Feature Request

 by BorgQueen on: Aug 18 2008
Score 50%

I have a friend with a Sandisk Fuzz, but can't find a converter so he can watch videos on it.
Would it be possible to add a default profile for this device and other sandisk devices that are said to be linux compatible by the company? I'm asking all the video converter devels, in hope that someone will consider it.

We would greatly appreciate it.

Video Container: Fully interleaved AVI
Codec: MPEG-4 (Simple Profile level 1 or 2)
Bitrate: Up to 512 Kbps
Resolutions: QCIF+ (224x176)
FPS: Up to 20 fps
no. of channels:2
sample rate:44100khz

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 Re: Feature Request

 by jessgwiii on: Nov 13 2008
Score 50%

If I'm not mistaken that is the same profile as the PSP. You might want to try Avidemux it has many diff settings you can convert too even the Automatic profiles you are looking for including Ipod. You might want to check http://rpm.pbone.net/ for your distro. It has a cool function that scans your kernel for dependencies, then just search and download all of those dependencies, install and then your set. If you use a Debian type Distro then you will have to search for it and a way to install it.

Good Luck!

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 Awesome Program Thanks!

 by jessgwiii on: Nov 13 2008
Score 50%

Wanted to Encode DVD's with VCD Quality MPegs(for saving my old VHS tapes). Been Using Avidemux, but I have to encode twice, once in DVD format(for the Audio 48000Hz, Resamplers do not work well) and once in VCD format.
Then I had to split the video's with TMPEGEnc using Wine(MPEG Tools Work really good with Wine).
Your program enabled me to encode a movie with VCD quality Video and DVD quality sound saving(you have no idea how much) a lot of time.
Then I use it to De-Multiplex the video as well. Now I don't have to load the buggy TMPEGEnc under Wine anymore or use Avidemux.
But yeah that darn language change is annoying, but by far less then Wine.

Thanks Again!

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 For Mandriva 2009.1 users

 by koronation on: Jun 19 2009
Score 50%

Hi, for Mandriva 2009.1 is here:


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