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soundKonverter

   2.1.2 & 2.2.0 rc1  

KDE Sound Application

Score 89%
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Minimum required   KDE 4.x
Downloads:  83767
Submitted:  Sep 12 2005
Updated:  Dec 8 2014

Description:

soundKonverter is a front-end to various audio converters.

The key features are:
- Audio conversion
- Replay Gain calculation
- CD ripping

See the wiki (https://github.com/HessiJames/soundkonverter/wiki) for more information.




Changelog:

new in 2.1.2:
-Fix: False error detection in the Replay Gain tool
-Fix: Properly re-paint conversion file list on status change

new in 2.1.1:
-Add: Check for MP4 support in faac
-Fix: Don't run vorbisgain more than once per directory
-Fix: Progress bar jumps when a file finished

new in 2.1.0:
-Add: Update translations

new in 2.0.91 (2.1.0 rc2):
-Add: Full GUI support for album artist tags including the CD ripper
-Add: Chinese translation
-Change: Replace uses of fixed pixel metrics with sizes based on the default font size
-Fix: CD ripper layout

new in 2.0.90 (2.1.0 rc1):
-Add: Hide main window when started with --replaygain argument
-Add: Option to eject CD after ripping has been completed (enabled by default)
-Add: New space holder for the "meta data" naming mode that contains the source directory
-Add: Configuration options for cdparanoia
-Add: icedax ripper plugin
-Add: Copy album artist tags
-Change: Remember last folder for add files/directory/playlist dialogs
-Change: Add symlinked files to file list

Full changelog: https://github.com/HessiJames/soundkonverter/blob/fixes-2.0/src/CHANGELOG




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 savefolder/naming problem

 
 by delta9 on: Jul 21 2008
 
Score 50%

When u set a folder to store your music files converted with soundkonverter,u set the way that these files should appear.E.g %a-%t etc.If u change the savefolder the %a-%t changes(disapears) and u have to write them down again everytime u change the save folder.
Eg i have set it like
/home/user/Music/%a-%b/%n-%t
But if i press the konquror button to make it to eg /home/user/Music/1 the "%a-%b/%n-%t" is disapeared and i have to wirte it again.The "/%a-%b/%n-%t" should be independed from loacation of save folder.
I haven't also found way to dispaly properly greek names and tags.Is there a way?

Thnx a lot in advance


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 Re: savefolder/naming problem

 
 by HessiJames on: Jul 23 2008
 
Score 50%

thanks for your report, i fixed the bug, but it will take some time, until there are enough bugs fixed, worth a new release.
are the tags just displayed wrong or written wrong, too?
could you send me such a file or a greek string so i can test it?


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 Re: Re: savefolder/naming problem

 
 by delta9 on: Jul 24 2008
 
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I have send what u have asked.If u need anyhting else plz let me know


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 KDE 4.1 version?

 
 by ccoxiv on: Aug 5 2008
 
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Will there be a KDE 4.1 version of soundkonverter? It would be a shame not to bring it over to KDE 4.1.


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 Re: KDE 4.1 version?

 
 by HessiJames on: Aug 5 2008
 
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i'm working on a kde4 version. but due to the little time i have, this may take quite some time.
(i'll better make a big note at the description.)


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 ipod audio book: m4b files

 
 by Stephan1965 on: Aug 6 2008
 
Score 50%

Hello,
I want to use soundkonverter to get ipod audio book files (*.m4b) onto my ipod. I've ripped mp3s from the CD and so I've got several single mp3 files.
I would need the following function:
- make one big mp3-file from all the single files of one CD (or in one folder)
- convert this file to m4b (same format as m4a but with the extension m4b)

M4b has got some special features for hearing audio books with an ipod.


Best regards,
Stephan

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 Re: ipod audio book: m4b files

 
 by Stephan1965 on: Sep 17 2008
 
Score 50%

Hello,
maybe you can implement something like this:
I copy all wanted mp3-files in a seperate folder in the correct order. There all files will be joined to one mp3 file (maybe with mp3wrap integrated in soundkonverter). After this soundkonverter could transfer this big file to m4a format. And then this file should only be renamed to *.m4b.

This would help me a lot. Do see a chance to implement it?

Best regards,
Stephan


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 Re: Re: ipod audio book: m4b files

 
 by HessiJames on: Sep 17 2008
 
Score 50%

at the moment i have no time for programming (i'm writing my exams). so unfortunately i can't help you. i don't know if this is something i would like to implement at all. so i recommend you to write a small shell script (have a look at "man mp3wrap", "man lame", "man faac" etc. or ask someone in a forum).


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 Amarok Skript does nothing?

 
 by michael-debian on: Oct 15 2008
 
Score 50%

Thank you for this application!

I have installed soundkonverter and soundkonverter-amarok from debian testing repository on my debian testing. Soundkonverter works fine, but the Amarok Skript doesn't do its work in the backround, when I try to copy files to my media player.

CPU frequency indicates that it seems to start but nothing happens and CPU frequency goes down again.

Now I don't know how to find out what goes wrong. There is no Log and no output.


Best regards,
Michael

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 Re: Amarok Skript does nothing?

 
 by HessiJames on: Oct 16 2008
 
Score 50%

when the conversion starts, a soundkonverter icon is placed in the systemtray, if you click it, the mainwindow gets visible.
the soundkonverter log files are placed in ~/.kde/share/apps/soundkonverter/log please make sure to clean up the log directory before testing it again.


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 Re: Re: Amarok Skript does nothing?

 
 by michael-debian on: Oct 19 2008
 
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No, there doesn't appear any icon in systemtray.

The Logfile shows no error. It starts with loading all plugins and checking mime types and ends with "save file list: 0". Nothing happens any more.


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 Re: Re: Re: Amarok Skript does nothing?

 
 by HessiJames on: Oct 21 2008
 
Score 50%

hm, i tried to reporoduce it, but i couldn't. i'll post updates here: https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/285387
(if i can).


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 soundKonverter 600 permissions

 
 by GnuSense on: Oct 19 2008
 
Score 50%

I'm using the Ubuntu Hardy version of soundKonverter to rip albums to mp3s and I'm finding that it is writing the permissions 600, in other words, group and others have no read permissions. So when I try to play the files from another computer I can't unless I do a "chmod a+r" on them. Is this behavior normal? Is there any way I can change soundKonverter to write music files 666 or 644 by default?


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 soundKonverter 600 permissions

 
 by GnuSense on: Oct 19 2008
 
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I'm using the Ubuntu Hardy version of soundKonverter to rip albums to mp3s and I'm finding that it is writing the permissions 600, in other words, group and others have no read permissions. So when I try to play the files from another computer I can't unless I do a "chmod a+r" on them. Is this behavior normal? Is there any way I can change soundKonverter to write music files 666 or 644 by default?


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 Re: soundKonverter 600 permissions

 
 by HessiJames on: Oct 21 2008
 
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this behaviour was not intended. i added a (hidden) option (accessable through the config file) to change the permissions. the default is now 644.


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 Re: Re: soundKonverter 600 permissions

 
 by GnuSense on: Oct 22 2008
 
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So at some point in the future when I do an 'apt-get dist-upgrade' will I get the new behavior? I didn't see any obvious lines to change in the soundkonverterrc file.


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 Re: Re: Re: soundKonverter 600 permissions

 
 by HessiJames on: Oct 22 2008
 
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yes, you'll have to wait for the update.


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