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transKode

   0.7  

Amarok Script

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Link:  http://
Downloads:  14961
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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 libacl.so.1

 
 by rados on: Dec 16 2007
 
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Hi,

I am giving a try to this script, but when I want to start it, it tels me:

error while loading shared libraries: libacl.so.1: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory

I am running gentoo, have anybody of you, what should I recompile?

Thanks


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 Re: libacl.so.1

 
 by RaraRasputin on: Jan 25 2008
 
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Hi, just emerge pylibacl, that package will pull in the missing lib.

But: next problem is missing libaudio.so.2, and I have no idea which package provides that file. Any ideas?

-Rasputin


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 Missing dependencies

 
 by vendion on: Dec 27 2007
 
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I sure that there are others, but when upgrading from transKode 0.6 to 0.7 I needed to install libaudio in order to get the libaudio.so.2 that transKode 0.7 needs. After installing that it runs fine.


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 Regression...

 
 by gnail on: Jan 12 2008
 
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How come my Amarok 1.4.8 running on Ubuntu doesn't even recognise Transkode 0.7 anymore?
When I transfer music to my W950i (mounted as Mass Storage), all the flacs just get an error message and Amarok complain "No transcode script running".
The log file just throws "[script] TTMD request received from Amarok
[script] Amarok's TTMD job completed with error
[script] sending error notification to Amarok's TTMD"
which is not very helpful at all. However the context menu works perfectly, just TTMD fails to work.
I've installed Transkode with the script manager's "get more scripts" feature.


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 Re: Regression...

 
 by fuzzix on: Feb 8 2008
 
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Same problem here - transkode logs say exactly the same thing, amarok says no transcode script running.

Slackware 11, KDE 3.5.4, amarok 1.4.8, taglib 1.4, transKode 0.7, using 'amaroK TTMD - m4a' to transfer to ipod.


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 Re: Re: Regression..

 
 by gnail on: Feb 10 2008
 
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A system reinsatall fixed it, faac is still quite slow but at least it works. Awfully huge amount of work just to get this working though...


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 Re: Re: Re: Regressi

 
 by fuzzix on: Feb 11 2008
 
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Hmmm... I don't really consider that a viable fix. Still, good to know it can be gotten to work with m4a :)


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Regr

 
 by fuzzix on: Feb 15 2008
 
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There's an actual solution in another thread in this list...

Reset your TTMD profiles to default - my profiles were hangovers from a previous transKode version, were validated in the config dialogue but still led to errors. After a reset (and a tweak to the quality I wanted) all is well.

Hopefully someone will find this information useful.


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 Dependencies...

 
 by RaraRasputin on: Jan 25 2008
 
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I'm using gentoo linux, and version 0.7 of transkode seems to have lots of dependencies which it should not have. I downloaded the script via amarok->scriptmanager->Get More Scripts.

I get lots of errormessages like this one when I try to start the transKode script:

/home/tv-control/.kde/share/apps/amarok/scripts/transkode/transkode: error while loading shared libraries: libldap-2.3.so.0: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory

These are the libraries transKode was missing so far:
libacl.so.1
libaudio.so.2
liblcms.so.1
libnfsidmap.so.0
libldap-2.3.so.0

Each time I install one lib, transkode wants another one. But I am sure it does not need libldap :) And who knows what comes next...

Do problems like this exist on other distros? Is there a solution for this issue?

-Rasputin


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 Re: Dependencies...

 
 by attendant on: Feb 5 2008
 
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you're right. transkode has 3 dependencies: qt3, kde3 and taglib.
i have not the slightest idea why so many unneded dependencies are added to the resulting binary but the whole thing has become really frustrating. i've tried compiling it with 3 different distros (kubuntu, opensuse & gentoo) and i still was not able to build a binary that would work in the other 2 distros without installing additional packages :-( let alone without unneded dependencies...
if anyone has any clue of what can be causing those dependencies, i'll be happy to hear about it. otherwise i'll just release a new package with the binary built in kubuntu (the one with the least amount of unneded dependencies) as a momentary "fix" (something i should probably have done before anyway...)
at this point, i'm seriously considering going back to python (or ruby or other interpreted language) for the KDE4 port...


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 Re: Re: Dependencies

 
 by tzd on: Feb 21 2008
 
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I had problems when I tried installing it via Amarok script GUI.
Got an error code. Think it was 127 (?).
Tried installing the suggested "Gentoo" packages... Found 2 out of 3 to Kubuntu 7.10. Wouldn't work though.

Instead I've installed from source and it worked instantly!
Thanks for a great tool :)


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 Packages Needed

 
 by shadowcat on: Feb 18 2008
 
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The Gentoo packages required for this application to work are:

pylibacl
nas
nfs-utils

Most of these correspond with other forms of linux like debian or RedHat RPMs. Once I emerged all of these the script worked just fine.


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 libaudio

 
 by everlastingvoid on: Feb 23 2008
 
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I have looked for libaudio for this amarok script but have failed several times. Can someone please point me in the correct derection?


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 Re: libaudio

 
 by everlastingvoid on: Feb 23 2008
 
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I found what I was looking for. But thnaks for the possible help.


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