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K-Yamo

   v0.50-beta-2  

KDE Sound Application

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K-Yamo
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Link:  Link
Minimum required   Qt 4.x
Downloads:  1624
Submitted:  Jan 30 2006
Updated:  Jun 30 2010

Description:

K-Yamo is a music-organizer for tagging music files (mp3 and ogg atm)
,and ripping audio-cds. It uses the tags, to rename files, and can generate complete structured music-directories, out of your musiccollection that way.

You can tag complete directory-trees at once, and only change selected values. (for example set the artist of a complete directory)

Install it with the install.sh-script inside the archive as root user.

The standalone playlistwidget is available under:
http://www.qt-apps.org/content/show.php/Playlistwidget?content=114349

Needs cdparanoia for ripping of cds.
Needs taglib!
Needs Qt-4.4




Changelog:

0.50-beta-2
-Removed typo in tempfileloading
-Layoutchange in tagger to add more tags, and fileinfos
-Included text-fetching over lyric.wikia.org
-Included the tagguesser (again)

0.50-beta-1
-Removed hang in fileoperator.
-Removed problem in player, that caused missing css.
-Included a retagger-dialog.
-Included an osd for the player
-First search for mplayer-bin on player (And prefer it over mplayer)

v 0.50-alpha-3
-Cut out one line of code too much, and deleted the connect to the skincombo. Therefore the skin never changed in player.
-No other changes in this mini-release.

v 0.50-aplpha2
-Replaced the filtree in tagger with a new one.
-Added a trayicon for the player.
-Activated multithreading in the fileoperator.
-Replaced the playlistwidget with a new one. (You can use the widget for your own projects if you like)

v 0.50-alpha-1
-Made the player skinable. (therefore an actual qt4-version is needed, because of the webkit dependency)
-Included some settings for the player.
-Added an installscript
-Since no complaints came in about the pre-alphas, I set this as the first alpha-release. (I use it myself for all purposes)

v0.50-pre-alpha-4
-Included a player-subwindow.(Using mplayer as backend)
-Did the most parts of the german translation

v0.50-pre-alpha-3
The change is really huge this time:
-Tagger is almost ready now. (Only guessing is not yet implemented)
-Multiselect works now.
-Organising files works now.
-Contextmenu for renaming and deleting added.

-Ripper has modified layout
-Applicationwide messaging-system, to deal with the multithreading.
-Settings are loaded and saved in xml now. (No import for old versions yet)
-The fileoperator should be working full now.(Except guesing tags when not propper tagged)
-Still no ordinary makefile, and no install: Use qmake followed by make and the executable will get created.
-Needs QT4 and taglib.


v0.50-pre-alpha2
I grabbed the wrong source-tree yesterday, so not every new feature was in. The Coverfinder in ripper now works, as promised on my homepage.

v0.50-pre-alpha1
Here is a pre-alpha for TESTING. The ripper is in good parts done, so you can take a glimpse on what I'm writing atm. There are no settings yet, so it always rips into your homedir with 192kbit using lame and a preset filter (#GENRE#/#BAND#/#ALBUM#/#TRACK#-#SONG#). The upload-button is also not wired yet. The 3rd screenshot is from the new version.
Attention:
It depends on QT4 and taglib.
compiling is done with qmake and than make. Install is not yet possible.

If you test it, drop some comments here, but remeber it's not all ready yet.(But what is ready works really well)

The tagger is yet only a tagviewer.
If you want a full working version, use the 0.40a4-2-verison

Its a complete rewrite, so a changelog makes no sense, but you can track all status on my homepage, as I always blog what I do on it.

v0.40a4
-Added Coversearch over google.
-Added Contextmenus in tagger.
-Speedup through optimization of progress-dialog
-Filenames containing foreign signs are saved and opened without problems now
-Integrated playerinterface
-Improve of tagguesser, when using points

v0.40a4-2
-Fixed the google cover-search, so it works again.




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 And...

 
 by Spoonman on: Jan 30 2006
 
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What does it do? Is it just a ripper? Does it play 'em, too? Does it pull from CDDB?


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 Re: And...

 
 by cycomyco on: Jan 30 2006
 
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it rips cd, and it fetches from cddb too.


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 Re: Re: And...

 
 by Spoonman on: Jan 30 2006
 
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Was that description up there before, or am I just an ass? (I already know I'm an ass, just wanted to make sure I was in this case). :)


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 Re: Re: Re: And...

 
 by cycomyco on: Jan 31 2006
 
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Ok,ok, you are not mad, i forgot to put this info in the beginning of the text. But i realized it after i answered your last post.
I only had 5 minutes left, before i went to work, so i only changed the entry, and did not post a new comment.
But this was funny to read;-) More of that please.

PS: I like your picture. looks like one of the puppets from "Bernd das Brot".


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 sounds great

 
 by gladiac on: Jan 31 2006
 
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I thinked about creating such a tool too using musicbrainz to detect the file and use the information to create the wanted structure (folders, filename, numbering, id tags). You could use the information from musicbrainz to ask freedb for missing information.


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 how to use?

 
 by mETz on: Feb 1 2006
 
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I have absolutely no idea how this application works, the gui does not tell one what the directories are for. Can this app guess tagnames from filename and vice versa?
Looks like I have to stick to juk for tagging, which is a nightmare too but at least allows setting an id3-field on several files at once.


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 Re: how to use?

 
 by cycomyco on: Feb 1 2006
 
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K-Yamo does multiple-File-tag edit.
Just select all files in the tagger-window, you want to edit.(you get files there, when you select a reading-directory containing files in setup. The default-reading-directory is your home directory, and if there are no music-files, you don't get any in tagger)
Than select wich tags you want to edit
(set a cross in the ones you want to change) Kyamo does automatic deactivate the crosses if tags differ in the selected files. (it's similar to the gui of kid3)
With that you can select as much files you want and say for example:
Every file has the genre Gothic only, and don't change the rest of the tags.
Than click on save file(s) to store all tags, that are selected. When you change the selection, the change in the tags is thrown away.
If the tags are set propper, you can clean them up with the cleanup-button. (files are moved to the destination directory if tags are ok, if not they are moved to reject-directory)
The temp-directory is the temporary-directory for the cd-ripper.
Ripped mp3-files are also moved into the destination-directory.
Files are named with the filter setup in settings, as when cleanup is used.
I have to build in tooltips i guess, when the version is complete, and include a manual maybe.

I hope this helps a little bit, but you're welcome to ask for more info.


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 Re: Re: how to use?

 
 by mETz on: Mar 24 2006
 
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Thanks,

that could very well serve as a first text in your to-be-written help-file, it would be better than nothing :)


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 Re: how to use?

 
 by arthur-kalm on: Feb 6 2006
 
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I haven't tried this app yet, but I highly suggest kid3. I found this program to be a god-send. (I used amaroK before).


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 Re: Re: how to use?

 
 by cycomyco on: Feb 6 2006
 
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Mabe you give my app another try, when i release the beta. Only the translations have to be done. The app itself is ready. You can read on http://k-ymao.sourceforge.net what changed till now.
And of cause kid3 is a good app, i used it myself.(especially, cause mine is not id3v2 aware, but i plan to integrate it, in v0.3)
I used ripperX and kid3 in combination before. Now i use my own programm.
Suggestions are highly welcome, to make it better, and more userfriendly.


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 Re: Re: Re: how to u

 
 by arthur-kalm on: Feb 10 2006
 
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I just wanted to clarify that I did not use your application yet. I will install it soon and give it a try, at which point I will give my comments.


Arthur Kalmenson
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 Manual

 
 by cycomyco on: Mar 24 2006
 
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Writing on a openoffice-presentation how K-Yamo should be used. I will upload it on the project-homepage when I am ready. I hope in the meanwhile the mini-howto is enough.
I hope I will finish it tomorrow. (Today no way, because i have to get up early for morningshift :-{ )

Any comments about likes and dislikes, missing features are welcome.

Things that are already in my Todo-list for 0.3 version:
-Finish the howto-presentation.
-Make an option that saves picture in the tags as a picture in directory.(this is good for rockbox-users,like me)
-Introduce a new MySQL-table that holds all files, so K-Yamo does only match changed or new files with the database, which will improve the database-speed.


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 compile error

 
 by thefoster on: Apr 15 2006
 
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Hi,
unfortunately kyamo fails to compile though configure works fine.
This is somewhat weird because other stuff for kde compiles well.


Suse9.3
Kernel 2.6.11-4
Kde 3.5.2
gcc 3.3.5-5
glibc-devel 2.3.4-23

Corresponding cmpiler output:
make[2]: Entering directory `/usr/local/src/34604-kyamo-0.3b1/kyamo-0.3b1/src'
if g++ -DHAVE_CONFIG_H -I. -I. -I.. -I/usr/local/include/taglib -I/opt/kde3/include -I/usr/lib/qt3/include -I/usr/X11R6/include -DQT_THREAD_SUPPORT -D_REENTRANT -Wno-long-long -Wundef -ansi -D_XOPEN_SOURCE=500 -D_BSD_SOURCE -Wcast-align -Wconversion -Wchar-subscripts -Wall -W -Wpointer-arith -O2 -Wformat-security -Wmissing-format-attribute -Wno-non-virtual-dtor -fno-exceptions -fno-check-new -fno-common -MT main.o -MD -MP -MF ".deps/main.Tpo" -c -o main.o main.cpp; \
then mv -f ".deps/main.Tpo" ".deps/main.Po"; else rm -f ".deps/main.Tpo"; exit 1; fi
In file included from /usr/include/asm/byteorder.h:59,
from /usr/include/linux/cdrom.h:14,
from cdidgenerator.h:31,
from cdparanoia-interface.h:36,
from albumdialog.h:38,
from ripper.h:53,
from tableiste.h:44,
from main.cpp:26:
/usr/include/linux/byteorder/little_endian.h:43: error: Syntaxfehler before `('
token
/usr/include/linux/byteorder/little_endian.h:47: error: Syntaxfehler before `*'
token
/usr/include/linux/byteorder/little_endian.h: In function `__u64
__le64_to_cpup(...)':
/usr/include/linux/byteorder/little_endian.h:49: error: `p' undeclared (first
use this function)
/usr/include/linux/byteorder/little_endian.h:49: error: (Each undeclared
identifier is reported only once for each function it appears in.)
/usr/include/linux/byteorder/little_endian.h: At global scope:
/usr/include/linux/byteorder/little_endian.h:67: error: Syntaxfehler before `('
token
/usr/include/linux/byteorder/little_endian.h:71: error: Syntaxfehler before `*'
token
make[2]: *** [main.o] Fehler 1


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 Re: compile error

 
 by cycomyco on: Apr 15 2006
 
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Do you have the right kernel-sources installed? The routine causing this error, is out of the linux-kernel.
(I see an amd64 there: Do you have that architecture?)

I only have 2 Gentoo AMD64-Systems here, so I can't really tell you, if the new version works on normal 32-Bit. (The old version did run, on SUSE 9.2 from my Dads PC)

Otherwise, I don't have a clue, why that happens.


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 Re: Re: compile erro

 
 by bitcrazy on: May 18 2006
 
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Hi,
this isn't SUSE specific. We had the same problem with the app koverartist. It's because of __STRICT_ANSI__ in asm/byteorder.h, I think. So, the solution is to add #undef __STRICT_ANSI__ to src/cdidgenerator.h and it will compile. Btw. The header in vanilla kernel also uses it.

Greetings

m0nk


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 Re: Re: Re: compile erro

 
 by cycomyco on: May 18 2006
 
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Oh yes thanx. I found a workaround with google. But it is a much better solution to include it in the sources. Will update in a short time. (Hungry atm)


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 problem with compile

 
 by romuil on: Jul 7 2006
 
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Hi community ! I'm want localize K-Yamo in to russian language , only have manu trouble with compilation under not X86-64 machine . If someone want help me please build rpm and send me into mail romulak@mail.ru


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