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K3b

   2.0  

KDE CD/DVD Software

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Link:  http://www.k3b.org
Minimum required   KDE 4.x
Downloads:  41783
Submitted:  Jan 5 2004
Updated:  Jun 30 2010

Description:

K3b is a full-featured CD/DVD/Blu-Ray burning and ripping application.
It supports a variety of project types as well as copying of optical media, burning if different types of images, and ripping Audio CDs, Video CDs, and Video DVDs.
Its convenient user interface is targetted at all audiences, trying to be as simple as possible for novice users while also providing all features and advanced user might need.




Changelog:

K3b 2.0 marks the last milestone in the effort to port one of the most popular disk recording applications to KDE's current Platform 4. Although some parts still use legacy libraries, the application takes advantage of the new platform and integrates better with it. Solid, the KDE hardware layer, is now used for hardware detection.

On the interface front K3b 2.0 is a direct port of its KDE3 predecessor. The overall look remains the same but it now uses modern widgets. For example, file browser shows a list of KDE's global Places and takes advantage of the breadcrumb bar. The icons have also been updated to match the rest of the Oxygen theme.

With a few exceptions, K3b keeps feature-parity with 1.0.x series, but it also introduces a number of new features. Perhaps the biggest among these is support for Blu-ray drives. Additionally a lot of work have been put into improving the overall user experience. Some work-flows have been merged abstracting it for all kinds of media.

The K3b team has worked hard to achieve maximum stability of the application, with over 250 bugs being closed during the pre-release period. This process will continue as bug-fixing versions will be released during development of K3b 2.1.

Changes since 1.0.5
* Port to KDE Platform 4
* Always allow manual writing speed selection
* Use proper toolbars instead of the toolboxes -> nicer laying out with different styles
* Merged CD and DVD copy dialogs
* Merged CD and DVD image burning dialogs
* Merged CD-RW erasing and DVD formatting dialogs
* Merged Data CD and Data DVD projects into one plain data project with Blu-ray support
* Merged eMovix CD and eMovix DVD projects
* Removed CD copy option "prefer CD-Text". K3b will now ask individually (there is no need to do this if no mounting is involved)
* Allow importing of arbitrary sessions into a data project, thus continuing other than the last session
* "Clear project" now only clears the added data but leaves the settings as they were (bug 147838)
* Added support for files bigger than 4GB via mkisofs 2.01.01a32 and above
* Do only reload the medium for verification if necessary (depends on the writer)
* Support for Blu-ray writing
* Support for DVD and Blu-ray writing via cdrecord
* New audio ripping pattern %e which is replaced by the file extension
* Better support for RTL languages




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 Could not find flle

 
 by trisz on: Apr 26 2006
 
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In the case of K3b 0.12.15 still have the "Could not find flle..." problem on Debian systems.

It can be compiled with FLAC.


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 Problem recogniz DVD

 
 by albireo on: May 12 2006
 
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Hi

I have a problem. Since some versions ago, k3b doesn't recognise well the speed of my DVDs. I've tried with 8x and 16x DVDs but k3b always reduces burning speed to 4x. On the other hand, the DVDs are perfectly burned at about 3.9x speed.

Is there a problem with my configuration or with my hardware? I use Kubuntu with cdrdao 1.1.9, cdrecord 2.01, dvdrw-tools 5.21.4 and dvdrtools 0.2.1 (all fron official Kubuntu repositories).

Thanks a lot

Albireo

PD: Excuse my awful English.


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 Repare broken CD/DVD

 
 by olahaye74 on: May 31 2006
 
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I have one 90min CD that is broken due to suddent power outage at the very beginning of the burning process.
The CD is now seen as a non writable CD.
Of course, eventhough my DVD burner has a burnproof feature, it had no time to put sync marck on the media so it could continue burning process later.

I've heard of some tools to fix thoses type of broken CD by forcing to write an "end session" so you can again append data to the CD?

Do you plan to add this type of feature to k3b? Do you know of any linux software that would do that? (I've read cdrecord, and friends, and the only thing I'v found is some info in TODO files ;-)

I'd realy like to avoid installing windows and a software that has this feature just to recover my 90minutes 99.9% empty CD-R.


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 Compilation problem

 
 by dovidhalevi on: Jun 25 2006
 
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1. No ffmpeg packages. Can go without.
2. No Lame packages. I would prefer to have them. Tried environmental variables but apparently what is on my kdedir is not what is required. I have other lame encoders.

Other ./configure is OK.

make: got this far, then:
k3bflacdecoder.cpp: In member function 'virtual QString K3bFLACDecoder::technicalInfo(const QString&) const':
k3bflacdecoder.cpp:320: error: request for member 'get_field' in '((K3bFLACDecoder::Private*)((const K3bFLACDecoder*)this)->K3bFLACDecoder::d)->K3bFLACDecoder::Private::comments-> FLAC::Metadata::VorbisComment::get_vendor_string()', which is of non-class type 'const FLAC__byte*'


Debian Sid, kde 3.5.3 konstructed.


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 Re: Compilation problem

 
 by trueg on: Jun 26 2006
 
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sorry, the flac autoconf check depends on the flac binary.


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 Re: Compilation

 
 by dovidhalevi on: Jun 26 2006
 
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Fix?


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 Re: Compilation problem

 
 by trisz on: Jun 27 2006
 
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Do not expect to much from k3b on debian.
Not only the verification fails, but the copied CDs cannot be played with CD players. (The tracks will not be recognized.)
You can install ffmpegcvs downloaded from the mplayer's home page. The distro's ffmpeg is very old. The problem is the similar for Lame. You can download it eg. from the ubuntu site:
http://packages.ubuntu.com/dapper/source/lame
and compile from source. So, k3b can be compiled with lame mp3 and ffmpeg support. Another question is that these codecs work with k3b or does not. Do not be optimist!




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 Re: Compilation

 
 by dovidhalevi on: Jun 27 2006
 
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Have others had the described verificaton and playing problems?

I do recall not being able to read a data disk on windows. Could have been the options specified by ME, not k3b itself.

Generally the program does work well. I have not produced an audio CDs on it so cannot comment on that point.

Anyway, would still like to compile it :-)


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 Re: Compilation problem

 
 by trisz on: Jun 28 2006
 
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More info about the verification bug:
http://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=119544#c14

About reading a data disk on windows:

What kind of data disk you talking about?
A simple CD, multisession CD, DVD or multisession DVD?

The possible problems with codecs like lame, ffmpeg is not connected to k3b but the lack of contribution of the three different projects.


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 better mp3 support?

 
 by MasterD on: Aug 4 2006
 
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What's about a better mp3 support? I mean, if I want to burn a mp3 CD, its very hard to make the files in an order I want. I can only rename each file seperate and thats very hard.
Maybe you can implement a little tool, where you can drag and drop each file and after you klick on burn, it rename it and make a number in front of each file.


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 create a data DVD

 
 by kanotixfan on: Aug 23 2006
 
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Hi!
When in Konqueror (fileborwser mode), on can select files and easilly create a data CD (through the service menu: Actions > Create a data CD) but there is no entry to create a DVD. I think it would be very usefull as DVDs are now being used to store data...
Otherwise, it's a great program!


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