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audiokonverter (also for KDE4)

   5.9.1  

KDE Service Menu

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Link:  http://
Minimum required   KDE 3.x
Downloads:  69796
Submitted:  May 14 2004
Updated:  Nov 21 2010

Description:

audiokonverter is a service menu (and also a commandline utility) to easily convert from MP3, OGG, AMR, AAC, M4A, FLAC, WMA, RealAudio, Musepack, Wavpack, WAV and movies to MP3, OGG, M4A, WAV and FLAC in Konqueror by right-clicking on them. It needs ffmpeg, oggenc, oggdec, faac, faad, flac, mplayer and lame to work. id3lib is optional for full functionality. Also optional are vorbis-tools and metaflac for handling other metadata. See README how/where to get that software.
Be sure about needed software when installing prebuilt packages!

Please vote for "good" if you like the program. There are many downloads with each release, but only a few votes.




Changelog:

small fix for KDE4




LicenseGPL
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 wma and ra

 
 by famewolf on: May 7 2005
 
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I suppose I should not mention that you can use mplayer to read .wma and .ra and convert them?

Something like..

for i in *.wma ; do mplayer -vo null -vc dummy -af resample=44100 -ao pcm -waveheader $i && lame -m s audiodump.wav -o "`basename "$i" .wma`.mp3"; done


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 Re: wma and ra

 
 by labrum on: May 7 2005
 
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Maybe you want to contact zast for this. He already did wma to mp3/ogg in content=19789. So maybe he can also add ra to mp3/ogg, so I don't have to duplicate his work.


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 Simply awesome.

 
 by mokuias on: Jun 12 2005
 
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Great job, I really like this little app. It just converted one of my most favourite songs which was 7.3 MB in MP3 to 3.7 MB in OGG, and still crystal clear sound. Simply awesome!

Pascal


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 convert images

 
 by Roze on: Jun 18 2005
 
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Hi, I suggest you make your menu more similiar (identic?) to the convert images that already exist in kde.

that is, rightclick on any audio file, select "actions -> convert to ->" and then choose a filetype.

that's how I'd like it, a well used and common interface.

how well do this work with id3/ogg metadata?


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 Re: convert images

 
 by labrum on: Jun 19 2005
 
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I will think about presenting menu entries without source data type. By changing to this method it is easy to break stuff.
Following meta data are kept: artist, title, album, year, comment, tracknumber. Genre would mean too much effort for too little importance.


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 Re: Re: convert images

 
 by Roze on: Jun 26 2005
 
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I see in the new screenshot that the menues are as I prefer them, would asking for lowercase letters be too much? (make the system identical to image-convert menues =)

I must stress also, that genre is important, at least for me. perhaps a simple implementation that copies the genrestring as a string to those formats that support it, and drops it for the rest? (or perhaps even better, a list of the mp3 genre ID's and ag with copy from id->string upon conversion?)


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 Re: Re: Re: convert images

 
 by labrum on: Jun 26 2005
 
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There are so many image convert menus, I don't know which one you mean. As AAC, FLAC and MP3 are abbreviations, uppercase makes sense. Kim also uses uppercase for TIF, GIF etc.

So you send me a translation list for ID3V1, V2 and ogg metadata and I will add this genre translation.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: convert images

 
 by Roze on: Jun 26 2005
 
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Great, I'll start looking for that list. The image menu I mean is the default one in kde3.4.

where do I send the list? (I'll send you a screenshot of the standard menu as well, so you can see how it's done with images by default)


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: convert images

 
 by labrum on: Jun 26 2005
 
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see README for my mail address.


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 include in kde3.5?

 
 by Roze on: Jun 26 2005
 
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I don't know how "well" the code is written, but is there any chance that it could get included in kde in the same manner as the image-conversion is? and is it possible for this to, perhaps at compile-time, check for the tools, and only enable the functionality that is possible with the installed tools / selected by the user?

this is an interesting thing that is needed in kde.


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 Re: include in kde3.5?

 
 by labrum on: Jun 26 2005
 
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Just go to bugs.kde.org and make a wish :-)


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 Re: Re: include in kde3.5?

 
 by Roze on: Jun 26 2005
 
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I sure will!


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 Include shorten?

 
 by mtwnet on: Jun 26 2005
 
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This is a fantastic little app. However, it still needs support for shorten (shn) in order to be fully complete, in my opinion. Every time there's a new release I wind up adding the code to handle SHN files, although I only add what I need (SHN -> WAV, I'm too lazy to do SHN -> MP3 too).


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 Re: Include shorten?

 
 by labrum on: Jun 27 2005
 
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I already did this:
http://kde-apps.org/content/show.php?content=17302


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 Re: Re: Include shor

 
 by mtwnet on: Jun 27 2005
 
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I was unable to get the shn component working with konqueror 3.4/3.4.1 and kwavencoder 3.3. Why not roll it all into the one app?


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 Re: Re: Re: Include shor

 
 by labrum on: Jun 29 2005
 
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Do you have the binary installed?
I don't do all in one app because shorten and other formats are exotic. 99% of all people end up with useless service menus because they don't have the binaries installed.


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 Re: Re: Re: Include

 
 by labrum on: Jun 29 2005
 
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Please redownload it in case you tried to install by clicking install.sh. There used to be a bug in that script.


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 Wording and addon...

 
 by HumanUSB on: Jun 28 2005
 
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Can you please change the wording to;

Convert to Mono?
Yes|No

Your wording now is very difficult for people that don't read english well.

Also, can you add where it will tag OGG files transcoded from FLAC. Next, can you turn on REPLAYGAIN on the encoders that support it.


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 Re: Wording and addon...

 
 by labrum on: Jun 29 2005
 
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I cannot change it to "convert to mono?" because the default is always "Yes"! I complained to the KDE developers, but they did not change it up to now. To make it easier I can only skip this possibility. "Keep stereo" is inadequate in case of mono files. Idea?

Which one can do replaygain? In lame it looks turned on by default.


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