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KmPg2 - The MPEG2 Encoder for KDE

   1.96  

KDE Video Application

Score 80%
KmPg2 - The MPEG2 Encoder for KDE
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KmPg2 - The MPEG2 Encoder for KDE
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Link:  Link
Minimum required   Kommander
Downloads:  8066
Submitted:  Sep 27 2005
Updated:  Jun 10 2006

Description:

KmPg2 is a user friendly MPEG2 encoding wizard that enables the user to easily create high quality DVD compatible MPEG2 streams from any input video file.

Creating high quality MPEG2 streams involves a lot more than simply feeding the input video to mpeg2enc/transcode/mencoder/etc. The input video needs to be carefully prepared by pulling it through a chain of stream processing tools like low-pass filters, color correction filters, static and dynamic chroma and luma noise filters, scalers, and so on. This processing chain needs to be tuned in such a way that all irrelevant data (like noise) is removed before the video enters the encoder. KmPg2 uses the video processing / encoding tools from the MJPEGTools project to achieve this.

KmPg2 features a 'profiler' that enables the user to interactively create custom pre-processing pipelines that are optimised for a specific type of video material. These preprocessing pipelines (profiles) can be stored and used with the actual encoding wizard. For example, you could create a profile that is designed especially for restoring a single aging VHS tape, or you could create a profile tuned for your digital camcorder and re-use it for every new recording that needs to be encoded.


Features:

* Produces 100% DVD compatible MPEG2 streams from (almost) *any* input video
* Copy full surround AC3 soundtrack from AVI to MPEG2
* Supports adding subtitles
* High output quality by using MJPEGTools filters
* Create and store custom image processing presets
* Will use multiple CPUs when available
* Automatic conversion between NTSC and PAL formats
* Seperate chroma/luma noise filtering
* Low-Pass filtering support
* Contrast/Brightness/Saturation correction
* White balance correction
* Special black-and-white mode
* Crop image to Widescreen (16:9) or Panavision (2.35:1)
* Output conforms to Rec.601 specifications
* Both constant bitrate and variable bitrate encoding
* Unsharp masking
* Correct treatment of both progressive and interlaced input video
* Support for removing overscan areas
* Provides feedback to user about average/peak bitrates
* Show output on screen while encoding
* Generate encoding shell scripts
* Generate quick preview-encodings of parts of source video

Requirements:

* Kommander >= 1.0 (part of kdewebdev >= 3.3.0)
* FFMPEG
* Transcode
* Sox
* MJPEG Tools >= 1.8.0
* y4mscaler

Optional:

* SMIL Utils (for seeking in MiniDV recordings)

How to install:

Simply unpack the archive and run the 'Installer.kmdr' Kommander script. That's all.


If you encounter bugs, or if you have any comments or suggestions, please send me an email!




Changelog:

VERSION 0.90 ( September 27th 2005 )

* Initial release

VERSION 0.91 ( November 15th 2005 )

* Fixed preview buttons in Profiler

VERSION 1.90 ( Januari 9th 2006 )

* Complete rewrite, supports many video formats now.

VERSION 1.91 ( March 12th 2006 )

* Add second unsharp masking pass
* Some minor fixes

VERSION 1.92 ( April 12th 2006 )

* Fix extreme slowness experienced by some users
* Fix for weird pixel aspect ratios

VERSION 1.93 ( April 16th 2006 )

* Make KmPg2 work with CVS version of FFMPEG
* Add check for broken SMILUtils

VERSION 1.94 ( May 11th 2006 )

* Fix issue of MPEG2 files getting too large
* Massive improvements in subtitle multiplexing
* Warn before conversion when MPEG2 won't fit on a DVD
* Video file format detection fixes
* Reduce disk space requirements for multiplexing

VERSION 1.95 ( May 20th 2006 )

* Fix AC3 codec detection on recent ffmpeg versions


VERSION 1.96 ( June 10th 2006 )

* Add workaround for X.org Composite Extension problems




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 Kmpg2 Not Run

 
 by Malo on: Jul 7 2007
 
Score 50%

I've got Archlinux.. I've installed all dependecies and the program starts. But when i choose the file to convertert, an alert says that my ffmpeg version can not decode Ac3 format who is necessary to DVD.. Why this?
I go to the shell and type:

ffmpeg -formats

And I can find in the output

ffmpeg -formats | grep ac3

DE ac3 raw ac3
DEA ac3

My version of ffmpeg is compiled from svn I think (but it's in the arch repository).. Maybe this is the problem?


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 Re: Kmpg2 Not Run

 
 by carlosalmonteiro on: Oct 6 2007
 
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Also I compiled ffmpeg with liba52 support
but kmpg2 keeps saying that cannot continue because cannot write AC3 sound.

What config params. should be used at ffmpeg compilation time ?


Carlos Monteiro
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 Re: Re: Kmpg2 Not Ru

 
 by hiver2ja on: Jan 8 2008
 
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It seems there is a bug that prevent kmpg2 to recognize ac3 in ffmpeg. Got the same with Mandriva 2008.
I found a way out. In YUVdecoder.sh, in the TestAudioEncoding, you must change the value -ab 384 in -ab 384000 and reinstall kmpg2 to pass the ac3 test. FFmpeg cant encode ac3 with a value like 384 b/s, only with value like 384 kb/s.

But i get an error encoding video (**ERROR: [mpeg2enc] Could not read YUV4MPEG2 header: system error (failed read/write)!). Don't know if this is another bug or a sequel of my change in YUVdecoder.sh


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 Re: Re: Re: Kmpg2 No

 
 by hiver2ja on: Jan 12 2008
 
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My error came from a different version of Y4mscaler and mjpegtools. i recompiled Y4mscaler with the new header and all went fine. so, all is working fine now.
And good new, the "cheat" -ab 384000 works fine. so enjoy this great tool.


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 Re: Re: Re: Kmpg2 No

 
 by hiver2ja on: Jan 12 2008
 
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Forget to tell that you have to change also the Audiobtirate in YUVMultiplexer.sh to 384000 in order encoding to work.


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