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ManDVD

   2.6  

KDE CD/DVD Software

Score 75%
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Minimum required   Qt 3.x
Downloads:  21378
Submitted:  Jun 23 2008
Updated:  May 25 2010

Description:

This is ManDVD again, still in QT3. Its a DVD authoring tool that was originally written by KDE-apps member Gibault Stéphane. I've used it for myself for some time, but the development seemed to have stopped. Anyway I decided to try to fix some of the things that I wasn't pleased with. So I'm sharing it here if someone wants to try it out. I decided to call it version 2.5 since all I could find was old 2.4 versions to download. If I do something wrong by this please forgive my ignorance. I usually don't write that much software.

LATEST VERSION INFO (2.6-1): Most work on fixing bugs and some experimental work on higher resolution, breaking the DVD standard doing so. (Please test that on your own risk) VLC seems to play it OK, but else not much is known. Time has been limited to do proper test cases of different combinations of media in general.

There is also now a standard intro video available and logo and splash as been redesigned. Thanks Simon and Mathias from SMIT2. (Details are in the changelog)

* Old saved projects can not be used from ver2.5 series.
* Version 2.6 is more adjusted for 16:9 in general
* Please help with bug reporting and packing for other distos.

Any feedback are much welcome. Good or bad as long as its constructive.

TRANSLATION: Can now be done with QT-Linguist.

Done QT-Ling : Swedish, English
Done old style: Portuguese, German (Update needed)


PREVIOUS VERSION INFO (2.5-5): This is the first version I might call a "stable release". I've have put most work in finding bugs and some improvements.




Changelog:

* Thu May 25 2010 Mikael Böhm 2.6-1%{?dist}
- Translation now work with QT-Linguist
- Mask edit in menu adjusted to 16:9 and now works
- New logo and splash by Mathias Sandin
- Standard intro video by Simon Granath
- Program will not start if already running
- Added HQ settings as option for encoding DVD
- Reducing maximum number of videos/buttons to 18 because of DVD menu limitations.
- Experimental (Alpha): None standard resolution 720p possible
- Various small buggfixes

* Thu May 1 2010 Mikael Böhm 2.6-0%{?dist}
- More input video formats supported
- No burn in subtitles possible but a bit dirty
- Various bug fixes
- Changes in layout
- Better estimated total size of encoding
- Home folder in user home .mandvd for saving projects
- Start of translation with QT-Linguist (Fail so far)

* Thu Mar 9 2009 Mikael Böhm 2.5-5%{?dist}
- Fixed lame command to work again with lame 3.98
* Thu Jul 7 2008 Mikael Böhm 2.5-4%{?dist}
- Fixed various bugs for computation of estimated DVD-size outcome
- Loading project recalculate estimated DVD-size
- Adjustments to calculation of final project size, hope its more accurate now
- Calculation only performed on files that shall be reencoded and more specific
depending on input quality.
- Removed SVCD and VCD standards and replaced it with only CDV option which
is the half-size DVD standard. Make reasonable quality with less space
- Fix bug so now its possible to remove intro video if its the last to remove
- Fix audio encoding to handle obscure bit rates when going to AC3
- Saved project files now handle Introduction Video better
- Saved project files does not have the same name that made things bad if
different projects where stored in the same folder
- Various language updates in English and Portuguese
- New translation to German by Kai Regenstein




LicenseGPL
Fedora(mandvd-2.6-1.fc12.x86_64.rpm)
Fedora(mandvd-2.6-1.fc12.src.rpm)
Source(mandvd-2.6-1.fc12.tar.gz)
Fedora(mandvd-2.5-5.fc10.x86_64.rpm)
Fedora(mandvd-2.5-5.fc10.src.rpm)
Source(mandvd-2.5-5.fc10.tar.gz)
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 Menu editing requests

 
 by steph2607 on: Jul 8 2008
 
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Hi,

I use mandvd 2.4.0 on debian etch for a few days.
No recent version for debian etch:(

It works fine but editing menu is quite boring:
- it's difficult to know if masks are overlapping before dvd is created
- it would be fine if I could save the way I rename chapters (usefull if there are many tests before final version)
- it would be fine if I could move or add/remove one chapter to move it in the menu without erasing all the menu
- I sometimes get errors like:
ERR: Cannot jump to chapter 21 of title 1, only 20 exist
dvdauthor.xml contains:
<button name="0"> jump title 1; </button>
<button name="1"> jump title 1 chapter 2; </button>
<button name="2"> jump title 1 chapter 3; </button>
...
<button name="19"> jump title 1 chapter 20; </button>
<button name="20"> jump title 1 chapter 21; </button>
It starts from chapter 2??? curious!

Sorry if those troubles have already been solved.

Sorry for the froggy way I write english.

And thanks for the job.


Regards.


Stephane.

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 Menu editing requests

 
 by steph2607 on: Jul 8 2008
 
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Hi,

I use mandvd 2.4.0 on debian etch for a few days.
No recent version for debian etch:(

It works fine but editing menu is quite boring:
- it's difficult to know if masks are overlapping before dvd is created
- it would be fine if I could save the way I rename chapters (usefull if there are many tests before final version)
- it would be fine if I could move or add/remove one chapter to move it in the menu without erasing all the menu
- I sometimes get errors like:
ERR: Cannot jump to chapter 21 of title 1, only 20 exist
dvdauthor.xml contains:
<button name="0"> jump title 1; </button>
<button name="1"> jump title 1 chapter 2; </button>
<button name="2"> jump title 1 chapter 3; </button>
...
<button name="19"> jump title 1 chapter 20; </button>
<button name="20"> jump title 1 chapter 21; </button>
It starts from chapter 2??? curious!

Sorry if those troubles have already been solved.

Sorry for the froggy way I write english.

And thanks for the job.


Regards.


Stephane.

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 Re: Menu editing requests

 
 by micko on: Jul 9 2008
 
Score 50%

Hello, can you please explain a little more, I'm not sure I get it right:

> It works fine but editing menu is >quite boring:
>- it's difficult to know if masks are >overlapping before dvd is created

What do you mean by "masks are overlapping"? I don't understand that.

>- it would be fine if I could save the
>way I rename chapters (usefull if >there are many tests before final >version)

You mean you want to save all chapters on the DVD menu? At present no menu setup is saved in a project I'm afraid.

>- it would be fine if I could move or >add/remove one chapter to move it in
>the menu without erasing all the menu

You like to mark one chapter in the menu and be able to remove it!? Right?

>- I sometimes get errors like:
>ERR: Cannot jump to chapter 21 of <title 1, only 20 exist
>dvdauthor.xml contains:
><button name="0"> jump title 1; ></button>
><button name="1"> jump title 1 chapter >2; </button>
><button name="2"> jump title 1 chapter >3; </button>
>...
><button name="19"> jump title 1 >chapter >20; </button>
><button name="20"> jump title 1 >chapter 21; </button>

>It starts from chapter 2??? curious!

Maybe there is a limit of a maximum of 20 chapters? Always the same, right?

best

Micko


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 Re: Re: Menu editing requests

 
 by steph2607 on: Jul 18 2008
 
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Hi,

>>- it's difficult to know if masks are >overlapping before dvd is created

>What do you mean by "masks are overlapping"? I don't understand that.

If one mask is close to another (to much near (*)), there is an intersection between masks.
In the menu that results, when I press down arrow key, it jumps two choices under.
It would be fine, if I could reduce rectangles height to avoid this, or see intersection, before iso is done.



>>- it would be fine if I could save the
>>way I rename chapters (usefull if >>there are many tests before final >>version)

> You mean you want to save all chapters
> on the DVD menu? At present no menu
> setup is saved in a project I'm afraid.

I mean:
If I can't see if there is a trouble with masks, it would be fine, if could not to have to rename
Chapter 1 -> 1. Introduction
Chapter 2 -> 2. Blabla
Chapter 3 -> 3. Bliblibloblu
...
when I try to adjust again masks position in the menu after a first try not successful.
Save or import from a CSV file the way I rename.
And If positions could be save something like:
<chapter='1' text='Introduction' x='10' y='20'>
<chapter='2' text='Blabla' x='10' y='40'>
...
and then be able to move masks...



> You like to mark one chapter in the menu and be able to remove it!? Right?

Yes.
If I see the way I name the chapter is not exactly the best choice, I would like to be able to renameit, move it,... without erasing all the menu.




>>It starts from chapter 2??? curious!

> Maybe there is a limit of a maximum of
> 20 chapters? Always the same, right?

I don't know.
I didn't test...


(*) Froggy english:(


Regards.


Stephane.
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 Slackware package...

 
 by mikilinux on: Jul 8 2008
 
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...version 2.5-4, here;

http://repository.slacky.eu/slackware-12.1/multimedia/mandvd/2.5-4/

Bye


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 Bad version/release number

 
 by drcux on: Jul 15 2008
 
Score 50%


Hi,

2.5-4 isn't nice with rpm because rpm uses the "-" to split version and (build)release. Please use for example 2.5.4.

Detlef


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 compiling on debian sid 64

 
 by Arthur17 on: Jul 16 2008
 
Score 50%

a@Astudio:~/mandvd-2.5$ make
make: *** No rule to make target `/usr/lib64/qt-3.3/mkspecs/default/qmake.conf', needed by `Makefile'. Stop.

Can anyone help me get any further. Obviously I'm not very good at compiling.

Thanks,
Arthur


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 Re: compiling on debian sid 64

 
 by Arthur17 on: Jul 17 2008
 
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Okay, I got it to compile but when I run "make install" I get this:

root@Astudio:/home/a/mandvd-2.5# make install
make: Nothing to be done for `install'.
root@Astudio:/home/a/mandvd-2.5#

Any suggestions?

Thanks,
Arthur


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 Re: Re: compiling on debian sid 64

 
 by micko on: Jul 18 2008
 
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There are no rules in the Makefile to install/uninstall the program, I'll try to fix that. Actually I did, but the where run over bye qmake I think. Next week I might find some time to deal with it. In the meanwhile, just run make and move the binary to /usr/bin or else and you should be able to start it from terminal.


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 Re: Re: Re: compiling on debian sid 64

 
 by Arthur17 on: Jul 19 2008
 
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I'll try this evening.

Thanks,
Arthur


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 Debian amd64 package

 
 by slavko on: Jul 24 2008
 
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I have created the amd64 debian package for ManDVD 2.5-4 (http://slavino.sk/component/option,com_docman/task,cat_view/gid,35/Itemid,84/)

And i have one sugestion. If I save the slideshow project, the file is saved in the ISO-8859-2:

$ enca project.gib
ISO 8859-2 standard; ISO Latin 2

but my system is using the utf-8, and when I open project from this file the picture titles are broken. When I recode this file to the utf-8, same chars are good, but not all. Is possible fix this behavior?


English is not my native language...
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