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soundKonverter

   2.1.1  

KDE Sound Application

Score 89%
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Minimum required   KDE 4.x
Downloads:  82928
Submitted:  Sep 12 2005
Updated:  Apr 13 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 2.1.1:
-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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 naming by tags, kio-support?

 
 by MalleRIM on: May 25 2010
 
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Hi,

first of all, thanks for your work. Since beta1, I enjoy using SoundKonverter.

There's just one problem. I am naming by Tags, to have a unified naming scheme. I have my musik sorted according to the following scheme:
Artist/Album/Nr - Title.ogg
But when there is an album with more than one disc, I want it sorted like this:
Artist/Album/CDcdNr/Nr - Title.ogg
If there's only one disc, usually there's no disc number included in the tag information. Could this somehow be used to implement something like this? That would be really great.

Another nice addition would be kio-support to be able to convert directly from the network via smb or ftp without temporarily storing the contents on the HDD.


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 Re: naming by tags, kio-support?

 
 by HessiJames on: May 27 2010
 
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sounds like a good idea, i guess i'll work some more this weekend, but it sounds doable. maybe something like [%d] (apply only if %d is not null ...)

network transparency doesn't work at the moment because of a bug, but i hope that i can fix that.


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 Re: Re: naming by tags, kio-support?

 
 by MalleRIM on: May 27 2010
 
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That's what I had in mind :)
Another great thing would also be to use naming by metadata only if metadata is available. Today I encoded some files and ended up with Title.ogg, Title.new.ogg, Title.new.new.ogg etc.. I don't know how complex this is, but would it somehow be possible to use file names and parent directories as variables or warn in case of any used but missing metadata and offer alternative options?


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 Re: Re: Re: naming by tags, kio-support?

 
 by HessiJames on: May 27 2010
 
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that's more difficult and i don't know if that is really necessary, if your file aren't tagged properly, it might be better to just use the input file name as output file name and then format the file names with a real tagging program like easytag.
but what i can do is eg. use the input filename if there are not tags at all.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: naming by tags, kio-support?

 
 by MalleRIM on: May 27 2010
 
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That would be great :)


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 Small visual bug

 
 by 747419 on: Jun 4 2010
 
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The beta works very fine here, however I experience one small bug: the "Add files"-dialogue in the lower left of the main window uses some huge font when being opened, so for example instead of "Add CD tracks" one can only read "Add C...ks...". I do not have such a fontsize configured within KDE.

Beside that: even as a beta sK remains to be the best ripper in town.

Thank you.


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 Re: Small visual bug

 
 by HessiJames on: Jun 4 2010
 
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this widget at the bottom left of the main window - "the combobutton" - consists of a combobox and a push button that is drawn over the combobox. it's important to know which of these widgets is too small. the button or the list that pops up when you click on the arrow? (or booth?)
usually the whole widget should resize itself after changing the action.
also you could send me a screenshot to hessijames gmail com maybe you have some exotic style options.


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 Re: Re: Small visual bug

 
 by 747419 on: Jun 4 2010
 
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Oops, so it's not a common bug? Strange... The fontsize in the button itself is the same, yet okay to read (though having three '...' which seem not needed), but the pop-up box appears to be too small, see → http://tinyurl.com/32r3rtt

Actually not the popup is too small, but the font used is too big. It looks like a 12 or 13-size font, while in my systemsettings I have set the size for most fonts to 10, 11 being the biggest size. I have tried using other fontsizes, but they don't seem to affect this very popup / button.


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 Re: Re: Re: Small visual bug

 
 by HessiJames on: Jun 4 2010
 
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the font size in the combobutton is 3 points bigger then the "normal" font.
on your system the width of the combobox's popup is the same as the combobox while on my system the popup is wider.
but i don't know why. could you post your qt and kde versions. there seems to be some inconsistency.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Small visual bug

 
 by 747419 on: Jun 4 2010
 
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kalle@hoppers:~> kde4-config --version
Qt: 4.6.2
KDE: 4.4.3 (KDE 4.4.3)
kde4-config: 1.0

...using openSUSE 11.2.


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 Translations in Git

 
 by aspotashev on: Jul 15 2010
 
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Why most translation are missing in Git repository?


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 Re: Translations in Git

 
 by HessiJames on: Jul 15 2010
 
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i haven't imported/updated the old translations for soundkonverter 1.0.
the beta version is intended to show the technical progress and changes and is not ready yet, translations come at the end.


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 Cue files

 
 by realnc on: Aug 16 2010
 
Score 50%

Thanks for this application. Unfortunately, it doesn't seem to support cue files? I have a large ape file along with a cue file. There doesn't seem to be a way to create ogg files out of it.


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 Re: Cue files

 
 by HessiJames on: Aug 16 2010
 
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soundkonverter doesn't support splitting. you can convert the ape file to ogg and then use another program for splitting. please use the kde-apps search or google, there are a few programs out there.


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 Can it handle "#"?

 
 by elitenoobboy on: Aug 27 2010
 
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The beta 2 crashed when I was trying to convert a directory that had "#" in it. I assume that the # is what caused the crash.


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 Re: Can it handle "#"?

 
 by HessiJames on: Sep 2 2010
 
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do you know which decoder/encoder you used? i can't reproduce the crash, maybe it's a coincidence that it happened with a # in the file name.


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 Mpeg4 AAC (m4a) problem

 
 by pman on: Aug 30 2010
 
Score 50%

I'm using the Ubuntu distribution of sK and I can't seem to encode MPEG4 audio since the latest O.S. upgrade. In the previous version of the OS I had it working. Here's some data:
*the encoder log says "can't open /tmp/phil-tmp/(tempfilename).WAV
*I have faac/faad installed
*I can encode mp3, for example
*My source files are .wav format (ripped from CD's)

My first thought was it was some kind of permission problem, but everything seems OK.
What am I missing?

Thanks


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 Re: Mpeg4 AAC (m4a) problem

 
 by HessiJames on: Sep 2 2010
 
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could you please send me the full log, it should be saved to ~/.kde/share/apps/soundkonverter/log or something similar. please note that the log file gets deleted when sK is closed.


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 Re: Re: Mpeg4 AAC (m4a) problem

 
 by pman on: Sep 5 2010
 
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I don't know what changed, but now .m4a is working fine.


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