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Kvm (Kde Video Menu)

   0.2.2 (KDE 4.x)  

KDE Video Application

Score 81%
Kvm (Kde Video Menu)
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Kvm (Kde Video Menu)
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Kvm (Kde Video Menu)
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Link:  Link
Minimum required   KDE 4.x
Downloads:  3590
Submitted:  Jan 1 2007
Updated:  Feb 22 2009

Description:

Kvm is a Konqueror service menu which allows to manage your videos without to use a graphical application. This service menu can be considered as a frontend of ffmpeg.

Important: the releases >= 0.2 use the parameter format of ffmpeg in order that the user can add his own options to the task.

To do for version 0.2.1:
- record a stream,
- other suggestions are welcomed

I'm currently working on the next release of Kvm and I would appreciate suggestions to improve Kvm.




Changelog:

Release 0.2.2:
- fix some bugs related to iPod conversion!

Release 0.2:
- use the parameter format of ffmpeg,
- extract a part of a video,
- export to PSP and Ipod format,
- set aspect ratio,
- and other new functions...

Release 0.1.2:
- this release fixes a problem with the resizing of video (personalized parameters).

Release 0.1.1:
- this release fixes the problem with the creation of the temporary directory.




LicenseGPL
(Kvm4-0.2.2)
(Kvm-0.2.2)
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 Great...

 
 by lilb on: May 30 2007
 
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This would be awesome if it didn't delete files. That should never happen. Its really annoying. It deletes any file it tries to chop, resize. Otherwise this works awesome for converting files. Saves lots of time. Maybe work in some sort of.. umm... queue system...? later on so that in can convert multiple videos one at a time. That would be sweet.

kubuntu feisty :)


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 Good, But...

 
 by UpMyKilt on: Aug 3 2007
 
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.. it would be nice to have some documentation with this.

I've been struggling for weeks with video. I've managed to capture video from my old Sharp VL-SD20 with Kino and/or DVGrab, and export to MPEG 1 and 2 and AVI - but the file sizes are huge. I don't want to make DVD's - I want to make small mpg files to send to family/friends.

This application worked - but on some files, made them evem larger!

Then I figured out how to add the -s option to reduce the frame size - which was great - more than half reduced the file size.... but now the sound is all screwed up (just hear buzz noise) with the smaller file.

Even at 320X240, a two minute video is about 9MB too.


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 Re: Good, But...

 
 by tnt on: Feb 15 2008
 
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Use Avidemux:
OpenVideo, select
Video = h264
Audio = mp3

If needed, scale size of video at filters. every VLC plays it


Rock n' Roll Outlaw
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 Simply the best

 
 by aclertant on: Aug 24 2007
 
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Hi Charles, I'm really a fan of your two softs (kim, kvm) both are very stable, simple and specially usefull !! it saved me lot of time. And your resume impressed me too.


André de Lyon ;o)
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 Outstanding

 
 by BorgQueen on: Feb 14 2008
 
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Thank you very much.


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 Great app

 
 by hard2hold54 on: Feb 14 2008
 
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Does everything I need for video conversion. Thanks for all your time and efforts on this.


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 Feature Request

 
 by BorgQueen on: Aug 18 2008
 
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I have a friend with a Sandisk Fuzz, but can't find a converter so he can watch videos on it.
Would it be possible to add a default profile for this device and other sandisk devices that are said to be linux compatible by the company? I'm asking all the video converter devels, in hope that someone will consider it.

We would greatly appreciate it.

Video Container: Fully interleaved AVI
Codec: MPEG-4 (Simple Profile level 1 or 2)
Bitrate: Up to 512 Kbps
Resolutions: QCIF+ (224x176)
FPS: Up to 20 fps
bitrate:128kbps
no. of channels:2
sample rate:44100khz


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