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Konvertible

   1.0.1  

KDE Sound Application

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Konvertible
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Blog:  Link
Depends on  KDE 4.x
Downloads:  635
Submitted:  Dec 11 2009
Updated:  Jun 4 2010

Description:

Konvertible is a program to convert audio files to other audio formats via ffmpeg. Konvertible simplifies file conversion for ffmpeg users. You can add more than one audio file and then click the convert button to transcode them one after the other.

In version 1.0 the metadata tags of source files are exported to output files if built with TagLib. You can also edit them by right-clicking and choosing Edit Track Details.

Requirement
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TagLib should be installed if you want to export tags.




Changelog:

v 1.0.1 -- 5 June 2010
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* Fix to avoid compile errors if TagLib is not installed

v 1.0 -- 3 June 2010
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* Tags are now imported to ouput file and are editable

v 0.1.4 -- 6 Jan 2010
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*Now has a nice progress dialog
*AMR codec double point bitrates can be entered
*User interface enhanced
*Bugfixes

v 0.1.3 -- 22 Dec 2009
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*Can determine audio encoders for newer ffmpeg versions which use -codecs switch(thanks to R. Benito)
*Added What's This?




LicenseGPL
Source(konvertible-1.0.1.tar.bz2)
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 Nice Work

 
 by joethefox on: Jan 13 2010
 
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thank you


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 tags

 
 by gerstavros on: May 31 2010
 
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nice app, but can you fix it, so that the new files have the id3 tags of old files?


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 Re: tags

 
 by msnkambule on: May 31 2010
 
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Hello. Thank you for feedback.

I have made some changes that I will upload later that take care of this problem.


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 Nice work

 
 by rbenito on: Jun 4 2010
 
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I just tried the new konvertible 1.0, and it works fine, including the imported tags. You might want to add to the INSTALL file that the TagLib development files are needed, though. Without them, any use of the Column enum gave me compiler errors about it being out of scope (probably because it's defined inside the #IFDEF, so another option might be to define it somewhere else, not sure since C/C++ isn't exactly my thing).


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 Re: Nice work

 
 by msnkambule on: Jun 11 2010
 
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Thanks. I removed the enum and placed it outside the #ifdef.


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 nice !

 
 by jajaX on: Jun 4 2010
 
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Hi

Nice ! I must try that !!


regards
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 make error

 
 by bigbrovar on: Jun 5 2010
 
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while trying to compile I got this error running make

/konvertible-1.0/window.cpp:714: error: ‘OUTFILE’ was not declared in this scope
/konvertible-1.0/window.cpp:715: error: ‘SOURCEFILE’ was not declared in this scope
/konvertible-1.0/window.cpp: In member function ‘void CWindow::clearStatusIcons()’:
/konvertible-1.0/window.cpp:854: error: ‘STATUS’ was not declared in this scope
make[2]: *** [CMakeFiles/konvertible.dir/window.o] Error 1
make[1]: *** [CMakeFiles/konvertible.dir/all] Error 2


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 Re: make error

 
 by msnkambule on: Jun 5 2010
 
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Sorry for that. The error occures if TagLib is not detected. I've uploaded an update that compiles even if there is no TagLib, but tags exporting and editing are then disabled.


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 make the options user friendly

 
 by bigbrovar on: Jun 16 2010
 
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This is an awesome application and something I have been looking for in very long time. I use to use soundconverter which is also decent but its gnome/gtk. One thing I would love to add is a way to make the menus options (the options for choosing the different codec format a bit more user friendly. Like mp3, OGG, WMA etc. Thanks for the great job and keep it up :)


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