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Amarok 2.0 Script

Score 66%
Homepage:  Link
Version Control:  Link
Minimum required   Qt 4.x
Downloads:  529
Submitted:  Aug 1 2010


ReplayGainer is an Amarok script that calculates ReplayGain for your music tracks in the background as you add them to your playlist. Once the ReplayGain values are computed, your collection is automatically re-scanned incrementally to have Amarok pick up the new ReplayGain values.


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 hopefully no ape...

 by Rasi on: Aug 1 2010
Score 50%

does this store information in id3v2 tags?

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 Re: hopefully no ape...

 by Rudd-O on: Aug 1 2010
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It uses mp3gain to calculate, so yes, ape. BUT, AFTER that is done, it uses mutagen to take the info from ape tags and put it in ID3 RVA2 tags.

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 very nice indeed

 by LordHelmchen on: Oct 3 2010
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I was looking for the best possible alternative to wine+foobar2000 to put my collection in a -replay gain wise- coherent state, and found this script. after reading the available documentation and skimming over the source, I'm amazed that it seems every feature I deem important or merely nice to have is either already incorporated in your 0.1 or on your Todo.

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 Re: very nice indeed

 by alleyoopster on: Jul 24 2012
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A good replaygain tool would be soundKonverter. It will work recursively on flac, ogg and mp3 files. It also (it's main purpose) converts between formats.

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 is it running? dependencies?

 by jetpeach on: Jan 31 2011
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Hi, this sounds like exactly the script i'm looking for. i installed, and enabled in the script manager (and installed qtscript which amarok told me was required), but now that it's running, i'm not sure if it's doing anything- does it report anywhere in amarok when it's scanning?
also, i was wondering if when it adds the replaygain tag, if it's going to change the files modification time? i'd rather not have it do that, since then all my files will have same/similar recent modification time (rather than when i actually got the files), so i was curious...
thanks so much for working on this important script!

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 Log file size

 by amoskahiga on: Feb 1 2011
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The "script.log" file seems to grow unbounded over time. I noticed it had grown > 3GB on my system (this happened over a span of one week).

The log file is located in "~/.kde4/share/apps/amarok/scripts/replaygainer/", in case anyone is running out of drive space and wondering why.

It would be nice if this file was pruned periodically, or bounded to some fixed size.

openSUSE 11.3
KDE 4.6.0
Amarok 2.4.0

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 Re: Log file size

 by blotosmetek on: Apr 13 2011
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logrotate should take care of that, if you add an appriopriate stanza to its config. For example, on a Debian system, put this into /etc/logrotate.d/amarok-replygainer (replace USERDIR with your real home directory):

USERDIR/.kde/share/apps/amarok/scripts/replaygainer/script.log {
rotate 7

and you are all set - only 7 days worth of logs will be kept.

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 Re: Re: Log file size

 by jperl on: May 20 2011
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I ran into the same problem, since the script.log file was more than 9 gigs.
Although the workaround of you may be nice, the author should consider to resolve this issue.

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 Link down?

 by martin0976 on: Feb 18 2013
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Can´t download for a few days :-(

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