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transKode

   0.7  

KDE Sound Application

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Link:  http://
Downloads:  10764
Submitted:  Apr 10 2006
Updated:  Dec 12 2007

Description:

About:
KDE/Qt based frontend for varios audio transcoding tools.

Supported input formats:
* aac, ape/mac, bonk, flac, la, mp2, mp3, mp4/m4a/m4b, mpc/mpp/mp+, ofr, ogg, pac, shn, spx, tta, wav, wv
* other media formats decodable by ffmpeg, mplayer, xine or gstreamer (mp1, wma, ra/ram, ac3, dts, mka, asf, avi, mpg/mpeg, wmv, qt/mov, rv/rm/rmvb, flv, 3gp, vob...)

Supported output formats:
* aac, ape/mac, bonk, flac, la, mp2, mp3, mp4/m4a/m4b, mpc/mpp/mp+, ofr, ogg, pac, shn, spx, tta, wav, wv
* other audio formats encodable by ffmpeg or gstreamer (ac3, wma, asf...)

Required dependencies:
* amaroK >= 1.3 (Amarok script) (http://amarok.kde.org/)
* TagLib >= 1.4 (http://developer.kde.org/~wheeler/taglib.html)

Optional dependencies:
* Bonk Audio (http://www.logarithmic.net/pfh/bonk)
* FAAC/FAAD (http://sourceforge.net/projects/faac/)
* FFmpeg (http://ffmpeg.mplayerhq.hu/)
* FLAC (http://flac.sourceforge.net)
* GStreamer (http://gstreamer.freedesktop.org/)
* LAME (http://lame.sourceforge.net)
* LPAC (http://www.nue.tu-berlin.de/wer/liebchen/lpac.html)
* Lossless Audio (http://www.lossless-audio.com/)
* Monkey's Audio Port (http://sourceforge.net/projects/mac-port/)
* MPlayer (http://www.mplayerhq.hu)
* Musepack (http://musepack.net)
* OGG Vorbis (http://www.vorbis.com)
* OptimFROG (http://www.losslessaudio.org/)
* Shorten (http://www.hornig.net/shorten/)
* Speex (http://www.speex.org/)
* Streamripper (http://streamripper.sourceforge.net/)
* True Audio (http://www.true-audio.com)
* TwoLAME (http://www.twolame.org/)
* WavPack (http://www.wavpack.com/)
* xine (http://xinehq.de/) + xineadump (http://sourceforge.net/projects/transkode)

Note that you don't need all of this programs to use transKode. Specifically,
you may omit most decoders if you have ffmpeg, mplayer, xine or gstreamer
installed, as they can decode most formats on their own (also, ffmpeg and
gstreamer can be used to encode most common formats).




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




LicenseGPL
Source(transkode-0.7.tar.bz2)
Source(transkode-0.7beta.tar.bz2)
Source(xineadump-0.1.tar.bz2)
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 How does that work?

 
 by Loeckchen on: Nov 21 2006
 
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How does the "transfer to media device" hook work so the transferred files will be automatically transcoded?

I am running amaroK on a Mac via Fink and transKode doesn't compile here. I wanted to extend the amaKode Python script to hook into the media device transfer.


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 Re: How does that work?

 
 by attendant on: Dec 21 2006
 
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you have to process to messages of the form transcode <input url> <output extension>, such as
transcode file:///home/sergio/input%20file.mp3 mp4

once the script is done transcoding it has to tell amarok where to find the output file with a dcop call (amarok / mediabrowser / transcodingFinished) which takes both the input url and the output url as arguments. in shell you could do
`dcop amarok mediabrowser transcodingFinished file:///home/sergio/input%20file.mp3 file:///home/sergio/output%20file.mp4 `

in case of error, use the same call but give an empty output url.
to see how it's done in transKode take a look at transkode/src/script/transkodescript.cpp file.


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 Composer / Disc Num?

 
 by AdmiralSausage on: Jan 4 2007
 
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Both Amarok and the iPod support the Composer and Disc Number (TPOS) fields of ID3v2. This is great if (like me) you have a lot of multi-disc classical albums.

However transKode doesn't - this is frustrating when transcoding FLAC or (yuk!) Vorbis files to mp3-on-iPod.

I've submitted a patch to the sourceforge project page: http://sourceforge.net/tracker/index.php?func=detail&aid=1628154&group_id=159903&atid=813699

I'm not suggesting that the patch should go in as-is but I just wanted to share what I'd done to solve this problem for myself.

And thanks to Sergio! This "script" is great...


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 Re: Composer / Disc Num?

 
 by attendant on: Jan 31 2007
 
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Thanks! I included it with very minor modifications.


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 Re: Re: Composer / D

 
 by mslanei on: Apr 27 2008
 
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Any chance of adding the disk number when converting mp3 to m4b with FAAC, it would be so useful to have the disc field for audiobooks.

Even without though, this code is such a godsend!

Lanei


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 Thanks!

 
 by ViRgiLiO on: Feb 3 2007
 
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Very usefull program. I was looking for a tool like this a long time ago! Easy and efficient. Thanks again.


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 mp3 bitrate

 
 by danconde on: Mar 7 2007
 
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Hi,

I have transKode working fine on my Kubuntu, but when I transfer files to my media device (a 512MB mp3 player), it always calls lame using the '--preset standard' switch, that converts files to 192kbps bitrate. I would like to call lame with '-b 128' to save space on my player. Anyone know how can I do it ?

Tks.


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 Re: mp3 bitrate

 
 by enr1x on: Mar 7 2007
 
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Create a new profile or edit the one you are using. Make sure you save it, overwriting if necessary. Then, apply that profile when being about to transcode.
Good luck!


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 Re: Re: mp3 bitrate

 
 by danconde on: Mar 7 2007
 
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Hi,

I've tried what you said before without success. But I got it working now. I edited the profile 'amaroK TTMD - mp3' to use the switch '-b 128'. well, now I guess that TTMD stands for Transfer To Media Device, am I right ? :-)

Tks.


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 Re: Re: Re: mp3 bitr

 
 by attendant on: Mar 12 2007
 
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yes, that's correct.


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 ReplayGain support

 
 by mikebabcock on: Mar 17 2007
 
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It would be nice if it were possible to integrate ReplayGain support so as to export a group of songs for burning to a CD (for example) with ReplayGain applied.

I frequently burn a group of songs to a CD that I would normally play back with ReplayGain applied dynamically in Amarok and end up constantly adjusting the volume on my receiver as the disc plays instead.

Optionally applying ReplayGain as the songs are transkode'd would be a very welcome feature.


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 Re: ReplayGain suppo

 
 by aronparsons on: Apr 24 2007
 
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I agree that this would be very useful. I would love for it to take the ReplayGain info from the tags and apply it after conversion to the new format. My main use would be when converting from MP3 to AAC for my iPod.


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 Ascii function?

 
 by whiteraven on: May 20 2007
 
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Hello. I am using Transkode as Amarok script to shrink size and convert files before transferring them to my media device (Creative Zen V Plus). I have no problems doing it until I try to transfer music with tags with "secial" characters from UTF-8 (like ľščťžýáíé).

I think it is caused by the player - it doesn't understand them in filenames. The original filenames are without them bud Transkode names new files after tags so it adds them.

I think that it would be nice to add another function in Naming scheme - something like de-internationalize - which would just "convert" those characters to ASCII (like "č" => "c", "á" => "a" and so). Would that be possible?

Thanks!


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 Re: Ascii function?

 
 by attendant on: May 20 2007
 
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very much possible and easy to implement (added to todo list).
unfortunately due to lack of time, next release is far away... possibly after KDE4.


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 Re: Re: Ascii function?

 
 by whiteraven on: May 21 2007
 
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Thanks :)


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