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transKode

   0.7  

KDE Sound Application

Score 82%
transKode
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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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 .ogg->mp3 problems

 
 by kilpatds on: Jul 10 2007
 
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What commands does transcode run to convert an ogg to an mp3? The mp3s getting generated are empty (have the right length, but no sound) and I'll like to figure out where it's breaking.


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 Re: .ogg->mp3 proble

 
 by attendant on: Jul 12 2007
 
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the encoder is most likely lame, but that really depends on the profile your using. set the log file setting in the configuration to get the generated command line (you'll actually get the list of args separated by colon).
now, what you describe doesn't like a problem with the encoding switches (which are lame standard settings). i suggest you try encoding to vorbis ogg or another format. if you can actually hear any sound (that is, if it's not a problem with your mixer settings), then it's probably a problem with your lame binary.


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 Config Reguest

 
 by BorgQueen on: Aug 6 2007
 
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I'm constantly ripping my new cds to HD, to save my cds as masters (what's a CD player mummy?). So I appreciate apps like this, set and walk away.

I have one request, can you add a "choose dir to save to" type setting so I can tell it to save to a given dir and the option to save to the root of that dir?

Thank you in advance.


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 Re: Config Reguest

 
 by attendant on: Aug 7 2007
 
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you can already set this as part of the encoding profile settings (either globally or per profile).
future release will have this as a separate thing (there will be "naming scheme" profiles)


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 niceness

 
 by foolosophy on: Aug 6 2007
 
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Can I make a feature request?

I would like to be able to assign a niceness priority to the decoders and encoders used by transKode. I tried to do it adjusting the "command" settings, but it doesn't recognize the program as valid if I set it to be e.g. "/usr/bin/nice /usr/bin/flac" instead of "/usr/bin/flac".


Pablo
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 Re: niceness

 
 by foolosophy on: Aug 6 2007
 
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(The reason I want this feature is that if I am playing a song while transcoding everything laggs terribly, and the music is constantly interrupted, which is extremely annoying.)


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 Re: Re: niceness

 
 by foolosophy on: Aug 6 2007
 
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I'm not being clear. In general settings there is a bar to assign minimum or maximum priority. I have set it to minimum. However, when I start a transcoding, I check with top and the niceness of transkode, oggdec, lame, faac, etc. is always of 0, when it should be of 19. I think that there is a bug.


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 Re: Re: Re: niceness

 
 by attendant on: Aug 7 2007
 
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raro encontrar a alguien más del nacional acá...
volviendo al tema, tenías razón: era un bug.
si encontrás algo más avisame, así lo arreglo antes de la versión 0.7 final.


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 amaroK script?

 
 by niun on: Sep 29 2007
 
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Hi, this is a very nice program!
There is a 0.6 amaroK script. Can i use the 0.7 beta in amaroK too?


niun
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 Re: amaroK script?

 
 by attendant on: Oct 1 2007
 
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you can, but you'll probably have to compile it yourself for now.
i'll upload a v0.7 script package once i get my hands on a 32bits machine.


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 Re: Re: amaroK script?

 
 by ArneBab on: Oct 3 2007
 
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Could you do it for a 64bit machine, too?


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 Re: Re: Re: amaroK s

 
 by attendant on: Oct 29 2007
 
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i could, but there's already 2 entries for transkode on kde-apps and I rather not abuse the system (anymore)... sorry.


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 Cue file support

 
 by Arathorn on: Oct 8 2007
 
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Would it be possible to add support for reading cue files in TransKode? I'd like to be able to easily split and convert the ape + cue files I often download (common with classical music for example) to separate FLAC files with a gui.


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 Re: Cue file support

 
 by SeaJey on: Dec 21 2007
 
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Second this.
It would be very usefull


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 Using pipes?

 
 by fsateler on: Nov 21 2007
 
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IT would be nice if transkode could (when transkoding, of course), use a named pipe instead of an intermediary file. This speeds up the process significantly (because of the eliminated i/o time), and reduces the space requirements (because there is never complete wav file in the middle).


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 Re: Using pipes?

 
 by attendant on: Nov 25 2007
 
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i don't think i can make encoders write to a named pipe unless they can output to stdout (and not all of them can do it). is there another way i'm missing?


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 Re: Re: Using pipes?

 
 by fsateler on: Nov 25 2007
 
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I think you are confusing (normal) pipes with named pipes. You can create a "file" with mkfifo, and use it as a named pipe: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Named_pipe


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 Re: Re: Re: Using pipes?

 
 by attendant on: Nov 27 2007
 
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i don't. what i meant is that if i create the named pipe "transkode.pipe" first, and then instruct decoder X to output to "trankode.pipe", i believe that it would just replace the named pipe with a regular file; however, if decoder X supports writing to stdout, i can actually redirect the output to a named pipe (though i would have to do that myself, that is intercept the output and send it to the pipe). again, i might be missing something (or maybe i just got this totally wrong?)


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Using pipes?

 
 by fsateler on: Nov 27 2007
 
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I don't think so. Unless the decoder goes out of it's way to delete the file and then create a new one, it should just work. Note, however, that the encoder must be listening to the file before the decoder starts (otherwise output will be lost).


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re:

 
 by attendant on: Nov 27 2007
 
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ok then. i'll play with it to see how it works.


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