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lrcShow-X

   2.1.1  

KDE Sound Application

Score 87%
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Homepage:  Link
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Minimum required   PyKDE/PyQt
Downloads:  7150
Submitted:  Apr 18 2009
Updated:  Feb 8 2012

Description:

The main goal of lrcShow-X is to add synchronized lyrics visualization functionality to the most used Linux media players, using existing LRC files, embedded lyrics like ID3 Sylt, Uslt, Lyrics3 and ApeTag. It also searches for lyrics using 13 different engines among which we can mention MiniLyrics, EvilLyrics, LrcDB and TTPlayer.

lrcShow-X is written entirely in python using pyqt4 and supporting more than ten different players like Amarok2, Qmmp, Audacious, rhythmbox, songbird and many other Linux Players (normally using a dbus interface). From 1.4.0, lrcShow-X supports mpd and xmms2, please read addons/README for details.

If you have experienced lrcShow-II lyrics plugin with Amarok1, you should know what this application can do, just supporting more players and having more functions.

Currently, lrcShow-X supports zh_CN, zh_TW, it, en_US, hr, ru, ms, uk, es, id, da, pt_BR, Cs translations.

Please read help documents with the built-in browser or the README file in package to get more details.

Depends on:
>=python-2.4 (not includes python 3 at present)
pyqt4 (python, qt4 bindings)
dbus-python (dbus, python bindings)
pygobject (python, gobject bindings)




Changelog:

2012-02-08 - 2.1.1
1. fix a bug of missing en translation

2012-02-02 - 2.1.0

1. fix a bug that can't save some setting items when application auto quits
2. fix a bug that can't centered the lyrics in OSD mode when change the show-line
3. add soso as the 15th search engine
4. add lrc123 as the 16th search engine
5. fix ttplayer engine, because of domain changing
6. fix a bug that ttplayer engine always download lrc file from ctc network
7. update some translations

2011-05-06 - 2.0.0

1. fix the bug of avoiding deleting the last selected engine by double click item in multisearch setting page
2. improve the logical of searching lrc file
3. window title change immediately after changing the title bar info setting
4. auto/manually launch supported media player when there is no player detected
5. auto update configuration file silently
6. add a simple setting wizard when first run
7. re-write strategy setting dialog
8. improve preference dialog
9. delete an unnecessary setting item in filter setting dialog
10. separate search local lrc code as a module
11. add clementine support
12. add tuneWiki as the 14th search engine
13. fix a bug that can't centered the current lyrics in fullscreen display mode when change font
14. window height could be changed by dragging the edge of window
15. fix a bug that multi-search mode cause segment fault
16. fix drag-drop function
17. fix a bug that the current lyrics line can't be centered when change the line margin
18. add deadbeef support (need add dbus patch)
19. fix an endless loop bug
20. auto quit after the player quits




LicenseGPL
Source(lrcShow-X-2.1.1)
(auto quit patch (for 2.0.0))
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 Wonderful!

 
 by blucidy on: Apr 19 2009
 
Score 50%

Having being using this great software for quiet a long time.Although it's still not that perfect as the one for amarok1,I hope it will be better and better,thanks for your good work!


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 Re: Wonderful!

 
 by qq405165798 on: Apr 21 2011
 
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http://forum.ubuntu.org.cn/viewtopic.php?f=74&t=196552&start=30
my message is in 31th floor.
All text must be in English....
It is strange talking beteen two chinese people


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 Amarok 2

 
 by eusonig on: Apr 19 2009
 
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Hi, I write a stupid Amarok 2 script to automatically launch lrcShow-X.

You can integrate it with your script or I could create a separate project as Amarok2 package. What do you think?


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 Re: Amarok 2

 
 by sanfanling on: Apr 20 2009
 
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Oh, many thanks, that's what I really want, you could pulish it alone, and I will intergrade it in later version.


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 Re: Re: Amarok 2

 
 by eusonig on: Apr 20 2009
 
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Done

http://www.kde-apps.org/content/show.php?content=103180

Furthermore, I thinking to hack lrcShow-X in order to integrate in Lyrics Workshop: start & stop menus, same cache policies, local configuration to avoid interferences with standard lrcShow-X, etc.

I hope that the idea looks good for you.


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 Re: Re: Re: Amarok 2

 
 by outlikeashoe on: Apr 23 2009
 
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I'd take look to Lirics Workshop, it's "simply" a plain text lyrics retriver, right? If you want, take a look to the evillyrics engine: it also searches plain text lyrics, but then it "merges" them with the evillyrics timestamps.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Amarok 2

 
 by eusonig on: Apr 24 2009
 
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Yes, my intention is doing and lyrics retriever with some language utilities because I'm a japanese student.

I don't know Evillyrics but is a software which I can get ideas to improve mine.

By the way, thanks for the link.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Amarok 2

 
 by sanfanling on: Apr 25 2009
 
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if you have some native lyrics server, we could try to add it as search engine. shoe is very good at this.

btw, could you try to fix a bug in your starter. when I quit the app from itself, the menu in amarok2 would update, and sometime it would cause launch two app instance


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Amarok

 
 by eusonig on: Apr 26 2009
 
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Here there is two problems. The solution to menu problem is add a timer and test if lrcShow-X is running and I do not intend to do that. If you start lrcShow-X using Amarok you must stop lrcShow-X using Amarok.

The second problem, the two lrcShow-X processes running, I tried to reproduce but I fail. The bash script code is simple, counts number of process with text lrcShow-X.py and if the number is greater than 1, the count proccess counts itself, the script don't launch lrcShow-X.

On the other hand, I think lrcShow-X should not support multiple instances of itself, or at least an option that was allowed or not.



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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Amarok

 
 by eusonig on: Apr 28 2009
 
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Well, two app instances happens to me so the problem is not related to close directly lrcShow-X and is related to lrcShow-X instance detection.

I try to reproduce the problem again but I'm not capable. I will try other method to detect lrcShow-X instances and test it. Can I send you to test it before publish it?



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 starter

 
 by sanfanling on: Apr 28 2009
 
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Ok, that's fine, I would provide my help if you need


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 Allows only one instance

 
 by gohanz on: Sep 26 2009
 
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If i try to run lrcShow-X on my Slackware 13.0, i have this message error.

./lrcShow-X.py
Error: lrcShow-X allows only one instance


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 Re: Allows only one instance

 
 by sanfanling on: Sep 27 2009
 
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Would you please tell me the output of the shell command "ps -ef | grep "lrcShow-X" | grep "/usr/bin/python" | grep -v "grep" | wc -l"


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 Re: Re: Allows only one instance

 
 by gohanz on: Sep 27 2009
 
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root@argo:~/ircshow-x/lrcShow-X# ./lrcShow-X.py
Error: lrcShow-X allows only one instance

root@argo:~/ircshow-x/lrcShow-X# ps -ef | grep "lrcShow-X" | grep "/usr/bin/python" | grep -v "grep" | wc -l
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 Re: Re: Re: Allows only one instance

 
 by sanfanling on: Sep 27 2009
 
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please try 1.2.1, thank you


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Allows only one instance

 
 by gohanz on: Sep 27 2009
 
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Many thaks it work fine.


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 Write lrc with name of the fil

 
 by palmax on: Nov 18 2009
 
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Hello

I had a mp3 player that can read lrc files. It could be a great feature that IrcShow-X write lrc files with the name of mp3 file.

For example, if I'm playing "Owl City - Fireflies.mp3" it would write "Owl City - Fireflies.lrc". It could write it in the same directory.

Thanks for your work.


Palmax
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 Re: Write lrc with name of the fil

 
 by sanfanling on: Nov 19 2009
 
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Hi:

lrcShow-X has this feature already.

Please see: menu - other functions - configure - normal page - search and name lrc as media file's name.

Have a try.


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 Re: Write lrc with name of the fil

 
 by sanfanling on: Nov 19 2009
 
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and set the save path at the media file's path in path page of configure


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 save lyrics problem

 
 by gcala on: May 1 2010
 
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Hi, I'm using your script with amarok 2.3.0 in kubuntu (plus lrcshow-x starter); it works very good but seems that is unable to save the lyrics; I tried the various options (except write in media file).

thanks


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 Re: save lyrics problem

 
 by sanfanling on: May 1 2010
 
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try left click menu - auto download - yes
let me know if it can't work


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