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Amarok 2.0 Script

Score 87%

Minimum required   KDE 4.x
Downloads:  2090
Submitted:  Jun 17 2009
Updated:  Oct 5 2011


This script helps you to store radio streams from the web to the local disk.
It supports live streams and streams from web radios. Also supports MP3 and wav files.
Tip: You can record a stream and listen to another one at the same time.

Requirements: The programs streamripper and/or mplayer must be installed.

mms://* streams can not strean as mp3. Use record as wav file instead.


Version 0.9.7
Support for mplayer2 added.

Version 0.9.6
This is a technical release. New features have not been added. It is no longer automatically loaded bash at startup. QT version >= 4.6.3 is required.

Version 0.9.4
- Recording time option was added.

Version 0.9.3
- Add czech translation
Many thanks to Pavel Fric

Version 0.9.2
- Add some configure options.

Version 0.9
- Add a configure dialog.

Version 0.2.1
- Streamripper don't stop recording when amarok 2.2 is closing.

Version 0.2.0
- Now the music path from systemsettings is used.

Version 0.1.9
- Add spanish translation. Thanks to Josè Luis ArangeL

Version 0.1.8
- Anstead /bin/sh /bin/bash now is used to ensure the correct execute of kill %.

Version 0.1.7
- Correction: On errors no Errorbox appears.

Version 0.1.6
- Added polish translation THX to Marek Walczak

Version 0.1.5
- Added german translation
- Added french translation. THX to Frédéric Césart

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 Not records some stations

 by krnekit on: Jun 21 2010
Score 50%

Radiostations from http://1club.fm/ fails to be recorded with the following message:

/bin/bash: line 3: kill: (9) - Operation not permitted


However, that station can be succesfully recorded with streamripper.

Though it's possible to start recording, following next steps:
1. playlist have two radiostations from 1club.fm;
2. first radiostation is played;
3. record was started.

After the start of the record another entry appears in playlist with the radiostation different from previous stations and playback switched to that station.

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 Re: Not records some stations

 by Knoellchen on: Jun 21 2010
Score 50%

Please try to increase the wait time to > 3000 ms or so.
This is made by Settings -> Configure RecordStream.

I've this testet with

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 Re: Re: Not records some stations

 by krnekit on: Jun 22 2010
Score 50%

No, this has not helped. Only working if any item in playlist (not necessary radiostation) exist after the radio station item. Maybe it's Amarok bug. I'm using version 2.3.1.

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 Script doesnt work for Amarok 2.5

 by OsZ on: Jan 21 2012
Score 50%

Hi, I really love this little script, voted up, use it often. Unfortunately after update to Amarok 2.5 almost none of the scripts are working any longer. With the new Amarok release I deleted all seetings and stuff from ~/.kde4/subfolders and pulled in the scripts I like and use but seams non of them really work with Amarok 2.5 any more. Even though in scripts management the ones are marked active but there no entries in Setting or Extra pull down menus so its not even recognised by Amarok anymore. Very sad now...

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 Re: Script doesnt work for Amarok 2.5

 by Knoellchen on: Jan 21 2012
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which QT version is used?
In version 4.8 the qt-script-engine is broken.

See: http://forum.kde.org/viewtopic.php?f=115&t=98488

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 Re: Re: Script doesnt work for Amarok 2.5

 by OsZ on: Jan 22 2012
Score 50%

thanks for the hint. nevertheless, I am at openSUSE 12.1 standard installation which uses qt 4.7.4. Was discussed in openSUSE forum as well and it seams that SUSE's KDE updated apps package as well as the Packman package of Amarok 2.5 is built against qt vers. 4.8. I downgraded to Amarok 2.4.3 until this is resolved...

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 Splitpoint offsets and padding

 by perspectoff on: Aug 13 2012
Score 50%
Ubuntuguide / Kubuntuguide

Radio streams often blend songs, change the splitpoint, or other vagaries so that my captured songs are often truncated or "run together". For this reason whenever I use streamripper I always use the splitpoint offset option (--xs_offset=3000) and also buffer the beginning and ends of songs (--xs_padding=2500:2500) to make sure the entire song is captured. (I later edit the captured songs with Audacity.) My streamripper command therefore is:

streamripper --xs_offset=3000 --xs_padding=2500:2500

Would you mind adding the --xs_offset and --xs_padding options to the RecordStream script?

I love RecordStream (and use it with Amarok 2.5/KDE 4.8 in Kubuntu 12.04 without other problems).

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