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transKode

   0.7  

Amarok Script

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Link:  http://
Downloads:  14965
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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 FLAC to LAME

 
 by hpalma on: Jul 25 2007
 
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Can i use this to convert from FLAC to LAME ? With version 0.6 it doesn't seem to work.


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 Re: FLAC to LAME

 
 by attendant on: Jul 28 2007
 
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it should...
but to figure out what's wrong, i'll need more information: what error are you seeing? can you show me the program log? do you have lame and flac installed? has the program recognized them? (in the configuration dialog select the "programs" page and click the "guess" button for both lame and flac, if you get a full path instead of the name, the program was found, otherwise it wasn't -there should be an indication for that... i'll add it in the next release)


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 Re: Re: FLAC to LAME

 
 by hpalma on: Jul 30 2007
 
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There's actually no error. The problem is that to do flac to lame conversion the process is a little more complicated. All that transKode is doing is use lame to convert flac directly to mp3, afaik this doesn't and shouldn't work. It would have to convert the flac to wav for example first and then use lame to convert it to mp3. AFAIK there's no way u can use lame to convert flac to mp3 in one go.


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 Re: Re: Re: FLAC to

 
 by attendant on: Jul 30 2007
 
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actually, transkode _always_ decodes the input to wave with an appropriate decoder and then reencodes it with the encoder.
so in this case, lame will be doing the input decoding (or mplayer, or gstreamer) and flac will be doing the output encoding.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: FLAC

 
 by hpalma on: Aug 2 2007
 
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In that case i don't understand what's wrong. When i use dekoder in my flac files i get no error and get an mp3 that when played all i hear is something like scratches, which is exactly what i get when i use lame to encode flac directly.


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 Enumerating Files

 
 by xeper on: Aug 6 2007
 
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Hello!

I mainly use transkode to convert music for my car stereo (ogg -> mp3-cd), but unfortunately this f*@!^H^H^H fine product ignores playlist and plays all tracks in alphabetical order.

I wonder if a variable could be added to the filename template that adds a number representing the position of the audio track in the current amarok playlist to the filename, e.g.
001_artist-track
002_artist-track
...
This would simplify making mix-cds for this kind of dumb audio players a lot...

-cord


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 no context menu

 
 by lr59 on: Sep 18 2007
 
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I've tried installing TransKode and I can configure it using the configuration menu but no TransKode context menu appears when I right-click on a song in my playlist.

Any ideas? Using Amarok 1.4.7 on Kubuntu.


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 stalls

 
 by brenex on: Oct 10 2007
 
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I have transkode installed fine, and I can right click on songs in my playlist and they transkode fine too. When I try to transfer songs to my motorola SLVR and hit transfer it just stays at 0% transferring. Any ideas?


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 Re: stalls

 
 by brenex on: Oct 10 2007
 
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Sorry, this is the error output I get in console when I run amarokapp (using ubuntu 7.10 btw):

amarok: [ScriptManager] Running script: /usr/share/apps/amarok/scripts/transkode/transkode
amarok: [xine-engine] XINE_PARAM_EARLY_FINISHED_EVENT disabled
amarok: END__: void ScanController::initIncremental() - Took 2s
amarok: END__: ScanController::ScanController(CollectionDB*, bool, const QStringList&) - Took 2s
amarok: END__: void App::continueInit() - Took 5.5s
amarok: BEGIN: virtual void ThreadManager::Thread::run()
amarok: BEGIN: virtual bool ScanController::doJob()
amarok: BEGIN: SqliteConnection::SqliteConnection(const SqliteConfig*)
amarok: END__: SqliteConnection::SqliteConnection(const SqliteConfig*) - Took 0.0018s
amarok: END__: virtual bool ScanController::doJob() - Took 0.0019s
amarok: [CollectionDB] JobFinishedEvent from Incremental ScanController received.
amarok: END__: virtual void ThreadManager::Thread::run() - Took 0.0027s
amarok: [ThreadManager] Job completed: CollectionScanner. Jobs pending: 0
amarok: BEGIN: virtual ScanController::~ScanController()
amarok: END__: virtual ScanController::~ScanController() - Took 0.00013s
amarok: END__: virtual void ThreadManager::Thread::run() - Took 2.3s
amarok: [ThreadManager] Job completed: CurrentTrackJob. Jobs pending: 0
amarok: [ScriptManager] [ERROR!] transKode:
amarok: transKode: starting main worker thread
amarok:
amarok: [ScriptManager] [ERROR!] transKode:
amarok: transKode: starting Amarok's TTMD dedicated worker thread
amarok:
amarok: [ScriptManager] [ERROR!] transKode:
amarok: transKode: worker 137750952 running
amarok:
amarok: [ScriptManager] [ERROR!] transKode:
amarok: transKode: worker 137750768 running
amarok:
amarok: [Scrobbler] Handshake result parsed: challenge=4f8c41a67860a34f0836e042820b9239, submitUrl=http://87.117.229.205:80/protocol_1.1
amarok: [Scrobbler] Nothing to schedule
amarok: [MediaBrowser] transcoding file:///media/SEA_DISC/Music/Kanye West/Graduation/03-Stronger.mp3 to mp3
amarok: [ScriptManager] [ERROR!] transKode:
amarok: transKode: TTMD request received from Amarok
transKode: Amarok's TTMD job completed with error
transKode: sending error notification to Amarok's TTMD
amarok:


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 Re: Re: stalls

 
 by kobi on: Oct 15 2007
 
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The problem is with the validation of the profile used for encoding. The validation fails and with that the script stops working. So waiting any longer won't help there.

I already informed the author with a bit more info about the problem.


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 Re: Re: Re: stalls

 
 by attendant on: Oct 16 2007
 
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Are you using v0.7beta? If not, please try it and report back. I want to know this works (or fix it) before releasing v0.7 but I have no way to test it myself ATM.
About the profile validation failing, that's probably not a bug; it can fail for various reasons such as not finding the specified encoder or having an invalid naming scheme. Search for the Amarok Transfer to Media Device profile on the profiles' configuration page to see if it's not being reported as invalid.
NOTE: the profile you should look at is named "Amarok TTMD - <extension>" where <extension> depends on your device (and the format Amarok requests as output for it), most likely "mp3", "mp4", "m4a" or "ogg".


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: stal

 
 by kobi on: Oct 17 2007
 
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For me the problem is only with the 0.7beta, 0.6 works without any problems. On top of it it's only the TTMD profiles that causes problems.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re:

 
 by attendant on: Oct 27 2007
 
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i finally found the problem (and even better, a way to test the TTMD for myself :-)
the transcoding done "signal" was not properly sent in case of error to amarok (which kept waiting indefinitely as a result).
your problem however is also related to an invalid profile (this is not a bug). check the profiles configuration page (as explained before): the Amarok TTMD profile should be reported as invalid. if you're sure you have the proper encoder/decoders installed -and configured- try reverting the profiles configuration to default values.


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 Stalls w/o mouse

 
 by oogabooga on: Nov 28 2007
 
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I'm running Amarok 1.4.7 (using KDE 3.5.8) on Ubuntu 7.10 with lame 3.97 and 1.1.4.

I have an ipod set up in Amarok. When I drag a bunch of flac files to the Transfer Queue and then hit the transfer button, everything seems to work just fine.

But if I leave it alone to do all the work on its own, it quickly stalls out. It appears that the transkode operation stalls out if there are no mouse events in the amarok window. Simply moving the mouse into and out of the amarok main window is sufficient to resume/restart the transkode and transfer to ipod process for the next song on the queue.

This problem does not happen when there is no transkoding involved - e.g. when copying mp3 files to the ipod instead of flac files.

I had this same problem with prior releases about a year ago (sorry don't remember the version numbers from back then) but since the problem still persists with a new version of ubuntu, new version of amarok and (I think) a new version of transkode I figured I would try to report this bug.

Does anyone else see this same problem?


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 Re: Stalls w/o mouse

 
 by gzu on: Feb 26 2008
 
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Yes, I've seen this in Fedora 8. It seems to come and go so I don't know if it is due to transkode, Amarok or something in the distribution. I've just put a question into the Amarok forum.


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 Re: Re: Stalls w/o m

 
 by gzu on: Feb 26 2008
 
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I should have added, I reported this under "Transkode Sleeps" previously.


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 Re: Stalls w/o mouse

 
 by gzu on: Feb 28 2008
 
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Some more information.

After Amarok starts the first set of files to transkode run without stalling. Subsequent sets of files stall e.g. transkoding seems to go to sleep.

If the transcode script is stopped and restarted then the next set of files are transkoded without stalling.


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 An error

 
 by KNT on: Dec 13 2007
 
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Today's download and while trying to run:

/home/knt/.kde/share/apps/amarok/scripts/transkode/transkode: error while loading shared libraries: libutempter.so.0: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory

This file nor libutempter.so doesn't exist in Debian nor Ubuntu packages.


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 Re: An error

 
 by smasher on: Jan 3 2008
 
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Same problem here. No libutempter.so.0. Anyone got a fix for this for debian/kubuntu?


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 Re: An error

 
 by spase on: Jan 7 2008
 
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The following steps fixed this for me:

1) download, compile, and install libutempter from here: http://linux.softpedia.com/progDownload/libutempter-Download-4132.html

- unzip to a directory
- open a console/shell there
- run "make"
- either run "sudo make install" or "sudo checkinstall" (I recommend checkinstall method... it will make and install a .deb package for easy removal at a later date if necessary)

(I know, softpedia isn't the best place to download source from, but it was the most straightforward choice google gave me and it worked too.)

2) I then got an error about libnfsidmap. You will need to install the package called "libnfsidmap2"

3) I got an error about libldap. You will need to install the package "libldap-2.3-0"


The real question now is why are all of these libraries required all of a sudden to transkode audio files...


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 Re: Re: An error

 
 by KNT on: Jan 7 2008
 
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Ok, this is weird enough to hold any updates.


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