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K3b

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KDE CD/DVD Software

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Link:  http://www.k3b.org
Minimum required   KDE 4.x
Downloads:  41753
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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 KDE headers

 
 by sher07 on: Feb 14 2004
 
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Dear Sebastian:

Thanks again for your advice. I finally succeeded in finding and installing the libqt3-mt-dev file from debian unstable.

I installed libqt-mt-dev from Debian unstable and tried to configure k3b both
with ./configure --prefix=$(kde-config --prefix) as well as with the
standard /.configure command. Either way, I got the same error message:

checking for Qt... libraries /usr/share/qt3/lib,
headers /usr/share/qt3/include using -mt
checking for moc... /usr/share/qt3/bin/moc
checking for uic... /usr/share/qt3/bin/uic
checking whether uic supports -L ... yes
checking whether uic supports -nounload ... yes
checking if Qt needs -ljpeg... no
checking for rpath... yes
checking for KDE... configure: error:
in the prefix, you've chosen, are no KDE headers installed. This will fail.
So, check this please and use another prefix!
sher@Dell:~/L-Files/Downloads/Tars/k3b-0.11.3$

What does it mean that there are no KDE headers installed? How could this be?
Can you please help me understand and resolve this?

Thank you so much.

Benjamin


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 Re: KDE headers

 
 by trueg on: Feb 16 2004
 
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the same goes here: install the kdelibs devel package. And before you ask: install the mad-deve, ogg-devel, vorbis-devel, x11-devel, and so on... ;)


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 Re: KDE headers

 
 by jerickson on: Mar 21 2004
 
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If you install the devel package and it still doesn't work, uninstall boson if you have it installed. Boson installs some UI files that cause problems with compiling KDE programs.


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 New configure error

 
 by sher07 on: Feb 16 2004
 
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Dear Sebastian:

Trying to install 0.11.3. Can you please suggest what is wrong:

checking size of unsigned long... 4
checking sizeof size_t == sizeof unsigned long... yes
checking crt_externs.h usability... no
checking crt_externs.h presence... no
checking for crt_externs.h... no
checking for _NSGetEnviron... no
checking for vsnprintf... yes
checking for snprintf... yes
checking for X... configure: error: Can't find X includes. Please check your installation and add the correct paths!
sher@Dell:~/L-Files/Downloads/Tars/k3b-0.11.3$ ls

Benjamin


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 Re: New configure error

 
 by Yaba on: Feb 16 2004
 
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You installed the X-devel packages?

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 a problem

 
 by pivarac on: Feb 17 2004
 
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A problem with 0.11.3-1 mdk 9.1 rpm: K3b can't determine speed of my burner, after-splash dialogue appears with 0 as detected speed. I can set it manually, but the thing that bothers me is that previous versions, i.e 0.10.3-1 for me, did this flawlessly, and some other settings are put to auto, instead of letting me know what they actuall are. RPM is from your New Zealand-friend's site. thanx in advance


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 Re: a problem

 
 by vernr on: Feb 18 2004
 
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Try saving your user defaults when copying, to the criteria you require. this works for me.


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 Media detection

 
 by ezteban on: Feb 19 2004
 
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K3B ist Great!
But since 0.11.2, I have a media-detection problem with my NEC ND1300A DVD/RW drive.
If I try to burn a DVD-R, i get a 'media not empty' and i have to force writing.
If i try to burn an already preformatted DVD+RW, K3B hangs in an endless loop, trying to preformat the media.
If these problems can be fixed, I can be happy again ;).


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 Re: Media detection

 
 by bart on: Feb 22 2004
 
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I have the same dvd burner and it works perfect with k3b. Try to update the firmware and also update all dvd burning programs, I had some problems with an old dvd+rw-tools (debian package) version.


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 "a problem" persists

 
 by pivarac on: Feb 24 2004
 
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I still experience problems with drive speed detection, with the bug "fixed" in the latest version. I mean, it's not that big of a deal, but it makes me stick to 0.10.3. c'mon, fix this properly, so I can use the latest of the best :).


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 Re: "a problem" persists

 
 by trueg on: Feb 24 2004
 
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Where do you think is a bug?
K3b is not able (and never was and never will because it's simply not possible) to perfectly detect your writers maximum writing speed. Just set it manually in the device settings (settings->configure k3b->devices) or use the "auto" speed setting to let k3b choose the maximum writing speed with the used media (that is possible ;)


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 Re: Re: "a problem" persists

 
 by trueg on: Feb 24 2004
 
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I just thought of something. Since K3b 0.11 K3b stores the speed in KB/s instead of a multiplier. That's why you need to reset the speed. ONLY ONCE. Then it's saved and will be used in the future.
Before you ask why for example Nero knows your writer's max writing speed: Nero is table driven. That means they look up the writer's vendor and description in some internal table where they find the correct values. I cannot do this for K3b since that would be way too much work.
So I need to stick to what the devices tell me.


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 the thing is...

 
 by pivarac on: Feb 25 2004
 
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...that all previous versions detected speed of my drive flawlessly, both reading and writing ones. "Auto detection" capability you mentioned doesn't work for me, also. I know how Nero works (I'm not using windows for a long while now, so I don't use it for comparison, nor ever had), and one of the main advantages of your app over Nero and similar is communication with the drive through firmware, not some shitty database, that requires Nero upgrades when eg., changing drive/s. So, I have perhaps exaggerated when I said " a bug", but it certainly is/was something funny, not present in previous versions. That's all I meant, I am sorry if I hurt your feelings ;), because that was not my intention - I just wanted an old function back, that's all. So, you changed the way K3b stores data - ok, but it would be nice to reverse it to the old, proven way. thanx for your time


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 Re: the thing is...

 
 by trueg on: Feb 25 2004
 
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You misunderstood. Nothing has been changed in the way the speed is detected. Trust me; IT IS NOT POSSIBLE TO PROPERLY DETECT THE MAXIMUM WRITING SPEED OF A CD/DVD WRITER. The value is just stored in another way. Just try removing your config (~/.kde/share/config/k3brc) and you will see that the detection did not change.


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