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StealthSound

   0.10.1  

KDE Sound Application

Score 63%
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Link:  http://
Minimum required   KDE 3.x
Downloads:  657
Submitted:  Oct 4 2005
Updated:  May 14 2006

Description:

KoggEncoder is died and StealthSound is born ;)
Based on KoggEncoder's gui, this is a totally rewritten project that can convert
your sound files to another format

For now it only support mp3 decoding and ogg encoding.

With expandibility focused in mind. Those who know the gambas language will find easy to write a decode/encode plugin for this program.

It requires Gambas 1.9 (2.0 beta) serie

P.S. Stealthsound is not died ;)




Changelog:

* Sun July 14 2006 Pietro 0.10-1
- # Added Wave encoder module
- # Added support for guess tags
- # Minor fixes

* Thu Aug 25 2005 Pietro 0.9-12
- # Totally rewritten code, now it is modular and totally expandible
- # Part of the gui totally rewritten, new functions added
- # Project renamed to StealthSound
- # Changed the encode style, it doesn't support the stdout-stdin system, but a temporary wave file is written and then deleted (if the user wants to delete it)

* Mon Feb 21 2005 PxPert 0.3-9
- Fix in the Files path

* Sun Feb 20 2005 PxPert 0.3-8
- * Sun Feb 20 2005 PxPert 0.3-8
- Solved a very small bug

* Sun Feb 20 2005 PxPert 0.3-7
- First Release ;)




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 by amdecko on: Oct 4 2005
 
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Hmm, Gambas... I've got hoodoo, see for what platforms it is: http://packages.gentoo.org/search/?sstring=gambas


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 Why compete?

 
 by Wompatti on: Oct 4 2005
 
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Why don't you join forces with Soundkonverters developer?
http://www.kde-apps.org/content/show.php?content=29024

That's the app, and it seems very promising. I don't think there is reason to do many competing programs, when you can join and make one good.


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 Re: Why compete?

 
 by PxPert on: Oct 5 2005
 
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Because the first version (koggencoder) of stealthsound was born in March of 2005, and soundkonverter did not exist :P


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 Re: Why compete?

 
 by DocTomoe on: May 14 2006
 
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Why doesn't KDE join forces with Gnomes developer?
http://www.gnome.org

That's the app, and it seems very promising. I don't think there is reason to do many competing programs, when you can join and make one good.

;) Yes, that actually *is* the same logic. Stupid as it may seem.


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 Re: Re: Why compete?

 
 by PxPert on: May 15 2006
 
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I don't know if there are applications like this for gnome. The only thing I can make is to adapt the gui to make it in gtk interface too if you would like :)


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