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autoEqualizer

   0.5  

Amarok Script

Score 63%
Link:  Link
Minimum required   KDE 3.5.x
Downloads:  1632
Submitted:  Nov 25 2007
Updated:  Nov 10 2008

Description:

autoEqualizer is an automatic equalizer for the Amarok Multimedia Player which loads equalizer presets based on what genre of songs you are listening to.




Changelog:

0.5 - This is probably the last release for Amarok 1.4.x
* Call equalizerState() to enable the equalizer to "On" just in case it is switched off.
* The string returned is type unicode. Get the acutal string.
* Add debug info when switching on the equalizer
* If no or incorrect mode is specified, do a default message show.
* There are two modes to display messages, shortStatusMessage and popupMessage.
Make it possible to use both. We still might need a configuration window to let the user choose the option
But for now, that's not a priority. Currently, it can be changed by setting MODE=1 or MODE=2 in the .py fi



0.4
* Fixed the session bug. Now no more stray python processes on KDE startup.
* No double notification when a song is played
* With this I think autoEqualizer should be bugfree.

0.3
Fixed a bug whereby the script process still remains present even if Amarok exits.

0.1
Initial Release




LicenseGPL
Source(autoEqualizer-0.5)
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 autoEqualizer

 
 by riteshsarraf on: Nov 25 2007
 
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autoEqualizer will automatically load equalizer presets based on the track's genre.

This is my first amarok script.
Please provide feedback, if any.


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 presets

 
 by somereal on: Feb 8 2008
 
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maybe someone have some more presets for equlizer?


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 Re: presets

 
 by riteshsarraf on: Feb 8 2008
 
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I haven't looked much but amarok's presets reside here:
/home/rrs/.kde/share/apps/amarok/equalizerpresets_save.xml


Probably you can gather Winamp presets. I hope they might be in XML or easily convertible.


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