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Audex

   0.78  

KDE CD/DVD Software

Score 92%
Audex
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Link:  Link
Minimum required   KDE 4.x
Downloads:  4265
Submitted:  Mar 18 2008
Updated:  Feb 22 2014

Description:

Audex is an audio grabber tool for CD-ROM drives based on KDE 4.

Audex creates profiles for LAME, OGG Vorbis (oggenc), FLAC, MP4/M4A/AAC (faac) and RIFF WAVE. Please install your favorite encoder.
Of course for WAVE no external encoder is needed!
Beyond you can define custom profile, which means, that audex works together with commmand line encoders in general.

You can define extensive filename schemes. Please take a look at the documentation on the Audex webpage to see what's possible.

Some features are:
* Extracting with CDDA Paranoia. So you have quite perfect audio quality.
* Extracting and encoding run parallel.
* Extensive filename schemes.
* Filename editing with local and remote CDDB/FreeDB database.
* Metadata correction tools like capitalize etc.
* Multi-profile ripping (with one commandline-encoder per profile).
* Fetch covers from the internet and store them in the database.
* Create playlists, cover and template-based-info files in target directory.
* Creates ripping and encoding protocols.
* Transfer files with KDE KIO-Slaves.

**IMPORTANT NOTE: As LAME still can't handle unicode characters correct, Audex uses since version 0.73 eyeD3 for tagging mp3 files, if available. It is highly recommended to install eye3D on your system if you create mp3 files with Audex! **




Changelog:

Changelog 0.78 (Borken release)
* Fixed google cover search
* Embed cover in FLAC files
* Minor bugfixes, code modifications and typo fixes...




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 PPA poobuntu

 
 by oliverthered on: Feb 18 2011
 
Score 50%

bit annoyed as the version in poobuntu LTS (or mint 9) is broken,
I've pulled the latest source and will put up a PPA at some point as I couldn't see one.


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 filename pattern

 
 by braslau on: Mar 20 2011
 
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Suggestion: use same filename pattern syntax as kid3
Thus rather (or in addition to)
${trackno length="2" fillchar="0"}

${trackno.n} Track with field width n (e.g. 001 for %{track.3})
${trackno} Track (without leading zeroes, e.g. 1)

Also
${cdno length="2" fillchar="0"}
(absent in kid3!)
could have
${cdno.n}

[I would also like some way to add the cdno if set and non-zero with a separator (as in ${cdno}-${trackno})
but with no separator if unset or zero...]

Great application!
Some annoying bugs, though...
Using the current svn (and earlier versions), very often crash on CDDB lookup.


Alan
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 Cover not showing

 
 by google01103 on: Jun 25 2011
 
Score 50%

and clicking the cover image, though blank, does nothing - should open a fetch cover window. rest of the information shows (title, artist, tracks)

errors when running in konsole:
udex(15135) KCDDB::CDInfo::track: Couldn't find track 1
.....
audex(15135) KCDDB::CDInfo::track: Couldn't find track 10
audex(15252) CoverFetcher::fetched_html_data: searching finished.
audex(15252) CDDAModel::slot_disc_status_changed: statusChanged ( 2 )



running 0.74b1


Suse 11.3 x64, KDE 4.6, Opera 11.x developer build
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 Cover fetching

 
 by mfraser on: Jul 3 2011
 
Score 50%

I've noticed that the fetching of cover art from Google has stopped working recently. Has something changed at their end?


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 Re: Cover fetching

 
 by google01103 on: Jul 5 2011
 
Score 50%

here's a patch borrowed from Amaork's patch of the problem (bug BUG: 275265)

change line 167
from: "<a\\shref=\"(\\/imgres\\?imgurl=[^\"]+)\">[\\s\\n]*<img\\ssrc=\"([^\\s>]+)\"[^>]+>[\\s\\n]*</a>"

to: "<a\\shref=\"(\\/imgres\\?imgurl=[^\"]+)\">[\\s\\n]*<img[^>]+src=\"([^>]+)\"></a>"


Suse 11.3 x64, KDE 4.6, Opera 11.x developer build
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 Re: Re: Cover fetching

 
 by google01103 on: Jul 5 2011
 
Score 50%

not sure the above patch is 100%, the cover shows in Audex but if you try the fetch cover function all the cover sizes are displayed as "x, KiB"


Suse 11.3 x64, KDE 4.6, Opera 11.x developer build
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 Re: Re: Re: Cover fetching

 
 by RausD on: Jul 12 2011
 
Score 50%

despite my limited programming knowledege I finally managed to get it working. This is what I changed in utils/coverfetcher.cpp (beginning at line 165):

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QRegExp rx("<a\\shref=\"(\\/imgres\\?imgurl=[^\"]+)\">[\\s\\n]*<img\\ssrc=\"([^\\s>]+)\"[^>]+>[\\s\\n]*</a>");
QString html = xml;
html.replace( QLatin1String("&amp;"), QLatin1String("&") );

rx.setMinimal(TRUE);

int pos = 0; int i = 0;
while (((pos = rx.indexIn(html, pos)) != -1) && (i < fetch_no)) {
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Works perfectly for me. Apparently the queryItemValue method of KUrl doesn't like the "&amp;" representation of ampersant characters.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Cover fetching

 
 by google01103 on: Jul 12 2011
 
Score 50%

your QRegExp did not work for me but using the one I borrowed from Amarok (see my earlier post) and the rest of your code the cover dimensions do display

thanks,


Suse 11.3 x64, KDE 4.6, Opera 11.x developer build
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 UTF8

 
 by pierat on: Jul 26 2011
 
Score 50%

Hi!

Does the new version know about UTF8? I need a cd ripper that can encode the mp3 tags and file names using UTF8. Until now, Audex was not able to do so.


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 same problem, audex doesn't recognize anything

 
 by janet on: Jan 29 2012
 
Score 50%

Same problem here with Debian Sid, Audex 0.74~b1-1 and a TSSTcorp CDDVDW SH-S223Q (dev/sr1, S-ATA) and a DVD-ROM BDV316C (dev/sr0, P-ATA). Audex doesn't recognize any CD in the drives, always shows something like no media and drive error. KAudiocreator works like a charm and kaffeine and k3b also recognize the CDs/drives.


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