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RecordStream

   0.9.7  

Amarok 2.0 Script

Score 87%
RecordStream
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Minimum required   KDE 4.x
Downloads:  2014
Submitted:  Jun 17 2009
Updated:  Oct 5 2011

Description:

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.

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




Changelog:

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




LicenseGPL
(RecordStream.amarokscript.tar.gz)
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 Thanks!

 
 by veeall on: Jun 18 2009
 
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It is working great! I found that this script adds 4 new menu entries in Tools menu of which 'Record webradio' saves each song to a separate mp3 file - i was a little confused at first which menu command to execute, although its probably obvious enough.

Thanks a lot!


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 I have a probem

 
 by Lole on: Jun 25 2009
 
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When recording starts it records only for 4-5 seconds and then stops


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 Re: I have a probem

 
 by Knoellchen on: Jun 25 2009
 
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After start recording RecordStream adds a relay to the playlist and plays this entry. This wll be done after 8 seonds.
Is there such entry in your playlist?


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 Re: Re: I have a probem

 
 by Lole on: Jun 25 2009
 
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Yes, there is an entry in my playlist... Now I understand how it works.

Thanks for this great app!


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 A Note and a Question

 
 by martingerdes on: Aug 10 2009
 
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Thanks a lot for this plugin. It's practical to be able to start streamripper from within Amarok.

A note: I have no idea what the command 'kill %' is supposed to do. What it _doesn't_ do is kill of the streamripper instance. I changed it to 'killall streamripper' (and threw the mplayer option out). Killall is the brutal way, but at least port 8017 is definitely free afterwards.
Where did you find out how to use 'callerProc'? Google is most unhelpful. If I knew how to get at the output of the commands the plugin sends to bash, the plugin could be spiced up quite a bit...


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 Re: A Note and a Question

 
 by Knoellchen on: Aug 10 2009
 
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Kill % terminates the last job.
This assumes, bash version 3.x ist used.
But you use a another shell?

Infos about QProcess:
http://doc.trolltech.com/4.5/qprocess.html

Greetings


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 Re: Re: A Note and a Question

 
 by martingerdes on: Aug 16 2009
 
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qprocess: Thanks a lot, will play with it as soon as I have time.
kill:
$>bash --version
GNU bash, version 3.2.48(1)-release (i486-pc-linux-gnu)
The problem is this:
$> ls -l /bin/sh
lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 4 2009-08-01 21:39 /bin/sh -> dash
(Debian switched to dash as standard shell a short while ago.)
If you want to use bash specific features, it would be better to change the line in main.js to 'callerProc.start("/bin/bash");'


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 const MUSIC_PATH default

 
 by google01103 on: Sep 9 2009
 
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const MUSIC_PATH should default to XDG_MUSIC_DIR or be configurable at install - the creation of ~/Music by the script if not existing is confusing and not proper

see http://forum.kde.org/viewtopic.php?f=116&t=79595&p=126767#postform


Suse 11.1 x64, KDE 4.3, Opera 10.x weekly build
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 Re: const MUSIC_PATH default

 
 by Knoellchen on: Sep 9 2009
 
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Oops - thats's true. ;-)
I will this correct soon.

Many thanks for the info.


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 Re: Re: const MUSIC_PATH default

 
 by google01103 on: Sep 10 2009
 
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thank you for the quick resolution


Suse 11.1 x64, KDE 4.3, Opera 10.x weekly build
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 Re: const MUSIC_PATH default

 
 by bitcrazy on: Sep 16 2009
 
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Config option to set the path manually would be the best solution.
In my case it is ~/MyMusic from systemsettings, but I would like to save the streams in a subfolder called "Streams".


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 Amarok slow to quit?

 
 by steveke on: Oct 5 2009
 
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Hi,

I have a problem that when I enable the script Amarok takes about one minute to quit with 100% cpu usage. If I disable the script then Amarok closes normally again. This only started happening with the 0.2.0 version (sorry I didn't report it sooner!) and there were no problems with the previous version.

Currently using Amarok 2.2 but saw the same issue previous versions.

Thanks for your great script!


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 Re: Amarok slow to quit?

 
 by Knoellchen on: Oct 6 2009
 
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I don't know the cause. I've tested the script with Amarok 2.2 (Gentoo) and Amarok 2.1 (openSuse). But always amarok ends normal.


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 Re: Re: Amarok slow to quit?

 
 by steveke on: Oct 7 2009
 
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Actually today I updated to the new version of the script and also to kde 4.3.2 and the "problem" has disappeared. Very strange, I don't know what cured it, but it's working fine now.

Cheers and thanks for your work!


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 CUE problem

 
 by LenardKoen on: Jan 17 2010
 
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I have problem with CUE file.

When I open it it looks like this:

TRACK 01 AUDIO
TITLE "��E"
PERFORMER "��I"
INDEX 01 00:00:00
TRACK 02 AUDIO
TITLE "��M"
PERFORMER "��H"
INDEX 01 02:33:00
TRACK 03 AUDIO
TITLE "��L"
PERFORMER "��C"
INDEX 01 08:15:00
TRACK 04 AUDIO
TITLE "��T"
PERFORMER "��P"
INDEX 01 12:07:00

How to fix this?

Amarok 2.2.2, KDE 4.4 RC1


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 Re: CUE problem

 
 by Knoellchen on: Jan 18 2010
 
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The CUE data comes from the radio station. Maybe the used charset is another charset than yours.


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 Re: Re: CUE problem

 
 by fireball500 on: May 4 2010
 
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Hi,

Why does Amarok display the correct track information and the queue file does not?

Its happening to all stations that I have tested with.


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