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transKode

   0.7  

Amarok Script

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Link:  http://
Downloads:  14960
Submitted:  Aug 9 2005
Updated:  Feb 26 2008

Description:

After many failed attempts, it seems I've finally managed to built a binary package that works in most common distros (tested in Slacware 12, Kubuntu 7.10 and openSUSE 10.3 -32bits only!)
Sorry for the inconveniences...


Adds a menu entry, 'transKode', to the playlist popup menu which allows reencoding of selected tracks using predefined profiles (use the 'configure' option to add, remove or edit them).

Required dependencies:
* amaroK >= 1.3 (http://amarok.kde.org/)
* TagLib >= 1.4 (http://developer.kde.org/~wheeler/taglib.html)

NOTE: x86 32bits executable provided, for other archs you can use your distro packages or compile from source:
http://sourceforge.net/projects/transkode




Changelog:

Version 0.7:
- Fix: bug preventing Amarok TTMD to finish if there was a transcoding error
- Fix: decoding/encoding processes priority setting was not correctly applied

Version 0.7beta:
- New: make gstreamer decoder work for both 0.8 and 0.10 version (and drop spider plugin dependency)
- New: support ffmpeg both as decoder and encoder
- New: support xine as decoder (through an ad hoc utility: xineadump)
- New: support winamp plugins as decoder (through an ad hoc utility: wadump -also needs wine)
- New: support twolame encoder
- New: add ASCII function for output path generation
- New: allow editing output metadata (and extend support for composer and disc number to more formats)
- New: various gui improvements (such as using KDE widgets where possible)
- New: show status image (found/missing) for each program in the configuration dialog
- New: add additional profiles for Amarok transfer to media device (aac, flac, wav & wma)
- New: allow multiple simultaneous jobs (seems to crash when showing realtime progress though...)
- Fix: wrong use of wvunpack switches caused deletion of the input file!
- Fix: wrong use of wavpack switches
- Fix: send Amarok TTMD temporary files to the temp dir!
- Fix: when adding a directory, audio files with dots were not added
- Fix: consider double quote character (") when using vfat compatible path/file names




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 Source for 0.6?

 
 by midorigin on: Mar 9 2007
 
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Source for 0.6 isn't available.

For the majority of encoders that don't support multithreading, it would be useful if transKode could start multiple encoding processes simultaneously. Doing two at a time works mighty fast on a dual-core.


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 Re: Source for 0.6?

 
 by attendant on: Mar 9 2007
 
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i must have inadvertently removed the link to the non script page: http://www.kde-apps.org/content/show.php?content=37669
project is hosted at sourceforge so you can download the source directly from there http://sourceforge.net/project/downloading.php?groupname=transkode&filename=transkode-0.6.tar.bz2&use_mirror=ufpr


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 Bug (amd64)

 
 by ArneBab on: Mar 25 2007
 
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Hi,

It seems like transkode 0.6 doesn't work well with amd64 (on Gentoo).

On starting it, I get the error:

/home/arne/.kde3.5/share/apps/amarok/scripts/transkode/transkode: error while loading shared libraries: libtag.so.1: wrong ELF class: ELFCLASS64

I assume it wants
ELFCLASS32

Best wishes,
Arne
PS: I think that transKode could make amarok even more of a killer app than it already is. Many thanks!


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 Re: Bug (amd64)

 
 by anonymous on: Apr 5 2007
 
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I'm on amd64 as well, I get the same problem with the script downloaded via amarok's script manager.

I also use Gentoo, and I see that there is a media-sound/transkode package. It's currently masked but appears to work fine.

Give that a go.


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 Re: Re: Bug (amd64)

 
 by ArneBab on: May 28 2007
 
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How can I add that to my amarok scripts?


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 Re: Re: Re: Bug (amd64)

 
 by ArneBab on: May 28 2007
 
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OK, I think I found the answer. I need to add the useflag amarok...


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 Remove Folders after

 
 by djtm on: Jun 13 2007
 
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transfer to device.

I love the script, but it's really annoying that it creates Folders in my ~ and doesn't delete them after conversion.
If the folders were at least in a subfolder, so I can delete everything in there, but this way I always have to look through everything to filter out the empty folders and get rid of them.

Thanks!!
(Ubuntu Feisty's newest versions)


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 Re: Remove Folders a

 
 by attendant on: Jun 15 2007
 
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i hadn't thought about this before but you're totally right, i would also be very annoyed by it. i haven't seen this working myself yet, that's why this obvious "bug" slipped by (so thanks for reporting).
for now, i suggest you change the naming scheme of the profile used to transfer files to devices (amaroK TTMD - EXTENSION) to point to a temp dir (that would be the default behavior, had i realized this before...)


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 How to Avoid folders

 
 by djtm on: Jun 15 2007
 
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Ah, great! I love OpenSource!
No _I_ thank _you_ for this great program and your help. The automatic transcoding feature is what makes amarok superior to anything else for me for music management.

For anybody wondering if this doesn't change how the files on the media player device are named - it doesn't. They're transfered afterwards.

For anybody wondering how to exactly fix this:
Go to script management, configure transkode, choose the amarok TTMD profile you need, input something like this into the naming scheme:
Quote:
/home/$USER/transKode/titlecase{%{artist} - %{album} - %{track##} - %{title}}.lowercase{%{dst_ext}}

and -important- click on save profile (next to the profile name).

Enjoy!



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 AMD 64

 
 by larsmjoh on: Jun 14 2007
 
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I'm trying to compile on AMD64, but the configure script fails with: checking for X... configure: error: Can't find X includes. Please check your installation and add the correct paths!

I'm pretty sure I have X installed ;-) ...what exactly is it looking for? Can I pass it as a parameter/switch?


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 Re: AMD 64

 
 by attendant on: Jun 20 2007
 
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i can compile on amd64 just fine...
are you sure this is a transkode issue?
have you tried compiling another kde app?


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 Special Chars

 
 by gzu on: Jul 16 2007
 
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Is there a dialog in the amarok script that allows adding to the special character list. The double quote " used for inch (eg 12") is causing me some problems.

(I have looked)

Thanks,

GZU


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 Re: Special Chars

 
 by attendant on: Jul 16 2007
 
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oops... i missed that one. you can't add characters from the dialog but you can edit the "replace_chars" entry in the application config file.
thanks for reporting, i've already fixed it for the next release.


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 Transkode sleeps?

 
 by gzu on: Jul 17 2007
 
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In Fedora 7 watching a CPU meter it looks like Transkode goes to sleep for long periods even though there are files queued for transcoding. I don't know if this is down to Transkode or Amarok.
Also it would be good if Transkode could make more use of dual cores.

Any suggestions?

Keep up the good work transkode is an excellent addition to amarok.

GZU


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 Re: Transkode sleeps

 
 by gzu on: Jul 17 2007
 
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I've just fired up Audio Format Converter for a comparison and it doesn't seem to have this problem, it just keeps going with no long periods of inactivity.

I prefer to use Transkode so any suggestions in fixing this would be appreciated.

Thanks,

GZU


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 Re: Re: Transkode sl

 
 by attendant on: Jul 17 2007
 
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maybe it has something to do with the way transkode works. currently, when a subprocess is started the worker thread enters a loop where it 1) sleeps for a second and 2) checks if the subprocess has finished, aborted or whatever (to know when to quit the loop). maybe that's why you see transkode sleeping when there are jobs still in the queue. this however doesn't means that transkode is not working: the subprocesses keep running uninterruptedly and are the ones actually using the CPU.
btw, next version will support multiple simultaneous encodings (already implemented).


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 Re: Transkode Sleeps

 
 by gzu on: Jul 24 2007
 
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Thanks for replying, however I'm talking of no activity for 5, 10 minutes or more which really slows down transkoding on large sets of files. As I said I installed AFC for comparison and there is are no such inactive periods.

Thanks,

GZU


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 Re: Trankode Sleeps

 
 by gzu on: Jul 24 2007
 
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To clarify, I mean the whole transkoding process is inactive including oggenc etc.


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