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bpmcalc

   0.2  

Amarok Script

Score 59%
bpmcalc
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Link:  http://
Minimum required   Qt 3.x
Downloads:  1502
Submitted:  Dec 6 2006
Updated:  Mar 18 2007

Description:

Calculates BPM on song change and update Amarok's database.




Changelog:

Mar 12, 2007:
* fixed so that the script works with filenames containing shell characters such as '
* increased reliabity of "stop"
* do not clobber existing BPM (MP3 only, if eyeD3 is installed)
* do not automatically double measurements that are lower than threshold. It's more likely that the real BPM is 4X measured rate, but we cannot know for sure.
* vastly improve manual BPM, using itjBPM as example for onehanded operation
* . (period): tap
* enter: set BPM
* [ : divide BPM by 2 (by 3 if triple time selected)
* ] : multiply BPM by 2 (by 3 if triple time selected)
* ' (single quote): next song
* / (slash): advance 30 seconds
* 0-9: set rating
* measure counter: click to switch between square and waltz measures
* TODO once http://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=142750 is fixed
* do not clobber BPM on non-MP3 files
* allow comment updating

* october 14th, 2006: Daniel Faust suggested to rounding to integers.
* october 10th, 2006: added a manual BPM dialog
* september 30th, 2006: add support for .flac decoding
* somewhere in summer 2006: initial script




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 Not joy on 1.4.9.1

 
 by Lynoure on: Apr 15 2008
 
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I could not get it to calculate any bpm values for my songs in Amarok 1.4.9.1.
Does it not work with that version?


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 does no works anymor

 
 by staudi009 on: May 25 2008
 
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Hello simpoir.

First thanks for your great work, one of my fav script.

But recently it does not work anymore.
The BPM column gets not updated after song change.
I have tested the tools ffmpeg/flac and soundstretch within the bash, and they work well.
But if i manually calculate the BPM, the result gets not written back to the column.
Perhaps the error is in use of DCop?

Regards, staudi


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 Fixed manual bpm problem

 
 by sdylewski on: Aug 15 2009
 
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This wasn't working for me either (I never got the automatic bpm detect to work) but I liked using the manual bpm calculator until it broke in my upgrade to ubuntu 8.10.

Fix:
1. install python-qt3 and python-kde3
2. edit the bpmcalc.py code:


change
setBpmByPath(self.fname, float(bpm))
to
setBpmByPath(str(self.fname),float(bpm))

i.e., add the str() call to the fname variable in every instance.


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