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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:  83742
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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 Replay Gain

 
 by krnekit on: May 6 2011
 
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Nice program!
I've used last version, and found, that it apply Replay Gain volume correction for mp3 instead of just adding tag with that information. Also, it would be good, if Replay Gain information could be added as RVA2 tags (id3v2.4, recent mp3gain can do this) instead of APE. Some players, like RockBox can't read APE.


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 Re: Replay Gain

 
 by HessiJames on: May 7 2011
 
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mp3gain indeed modifies the audio file but it stores correction data into the frames and can thereby undo all the changes.
You can test it yourself by running:
md5sum <file>
mp3gain -k -a <file>
mp3gain -u <file>
mp3gain -s d <file>
md5sum <file>

But thanks to you I found a related bug. Removing the changes made by mp3gain doesn't work with soundkonverter, so please don't use it until the next version.

Also choosing between APE and ID3 tags is on my todo list.


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 oga

 
 by HATRED on: May 29 2011
 
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I think, SoundKonverter should use .oga as OggVorvis standart.

According to Xiph's website http://wiki.xiph.org/index.php/MIME_Types_and_File_Extensions

The use of .ogg for audio and video file is deprecated since 2007. Applications have to use .oga/.ogv instead.

Or it must have an option for changing the extension.
Thanx :)


Linux is so simple operation system, but you must be a genius to understand its simplicity.
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 Custom tags

 
 by imruska on: Jun 5 2011
 
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Very nice program. It can convert from and to practically any format of which Linux version exist.
What remains is converting also tags. It converts standard tags, but I would like it to convert non standard tags as well. E.g. I use often the LYRICS tag to store the lyrics of the music. It would be great if soundKonverter could keep LYRICS tags during conversion, even better if it could convert LYRICS tags of FLAC files into USLT tags in mp3. (As far as I know not a single software does it). SoundKonverter would be No. 1


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 Re: Custom tags

 
 by HessiJames on: Jun 21 2011
 
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I'll need to have a look at all those tag formats and what taglib can currently do. Copying covers and lyrics would really be great.


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 Failing files

 
 by cghislain on: Jun 16 2011
 
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Hi!

I use your apps since some time now, very useful, thank you!
I use the latest version from your opensuse repository. There is still some issue with some filenames, apparently using ` ' and $ in their path/name. You can find some there : http://www.mediafire.com/?g1y8ds45xj4hxol

Also, the option 'convert to FAT-compatible name' doesn't seem to work, i have a file named "12 ¿Que Dices?.mp3" after conversion.

And as a suggestion, the ability to remove some column (output file is redundant when copying structure) or resize/move them around would be great!

Regards,

Charly


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 Re: Failing files

 
 by HessiJames on: Jun 21 2011
 
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Thanks for your comment.
I fixed the problem with dollar signs and backticks.
One file you sent me (01 Sgt. Pepper's...) seems to be broken. I couldn't get it to convert or play with any program.

Also I couldn't confirm your problem with FAT file names. Could it be that you added the file and turned FAT compatible file names on after that?

Regarding the columns, I like the way it is now because they show the minimum set of information you need in order to know what's happening. And I know that resizing the columns makes them snap back to the default width sometimes. I'll have a look at that.


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 Re: Re: Failing files

 
 by cghislain on: Jun 21 2011
 
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Hi,

Thank you for fixing this!

Concerning the FAT file names, it seems it depends on the output mode.
In the screenshot below, first file was with specified output path, second one was with copied directory structure. Notice that only in the first file the ? is replaced; and notice the inverted question mark is kept as it.
http://i53.tinypic.com/ery6hu.png


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 Re: Re: Re: Failing files

 
 by HessiJames on: Jun 23 2011
 
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Thanks again, found the bug in the 'copy structure' output mode and fixed it.
Btw. the inverted question mark is a fat compatible character.


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 Re: Re: Failing files

 
 by cghislain on: Jun 21 2011
 
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You were right about that broken file, its strange im sure i used to listen to it a lot... I got it back and it was successfully converted with the same filename.


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 remove orginal files

 
 by illumilore on: Jul 29 2011
 
Score 50%

Is there a way to tell SK to remove the original source files? If not, then I request this as a new feature.


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 Tarball corrupted?

 
 by gohanz on: Sep 12 2011
 
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The 1.1.0 tarball seem to be corrupted.

> tar xvzf soundkonverter-1.1.0.tar.gz
tar: This is not a tar archive


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 Re: Tarball corrupted?

 
 by HessiJames on: Sep 12 2011
 
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thanks for the info. i uploaded the .tar to kde-apps.org now, the obs seems to have some problems. hopefully i can fix the binary packages tomorrow.


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 Re: Re: Tarball corrupted?

 
 by gohanz on: Sep 13 2011
 
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Many thanks! :)


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