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kavenc (formerly kvidenc)

   0.2  

KDE Service Menu

Score 64%
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Link:  http://kavenc.sf.net/
Downloads:  1805
Submitted:  Sep 17 2006
Updated:  Oct 23 2006

Description:

DESCRIPTION
kavenc is a KDE service menu utility to easily convert videos and audio files
between various formats, or to extract audio from video files.

REQUIREMENTS
- mplayer
- mencoder
- ffmpeg
- ffmpeg2theora
- oggenc
- lame
- faac
- flac

CURRENTLY SUPPORTED VIDEO OUTPUT FORMATS
- 3GP
- MPEG
- PAL-DV
- NTSC-DV
- PAL-DVD
- NTSC-DVD
- PAL-VCD
- NTSC-VCD
- PAL-SVCD
- NTSC-SVCD
- OGG/Theora
- AVI

CURRENTLY SUPPORTED AUDIO OUTPUT FORMATS
- WAV
- Ogg Vorbis
- MP3
- AAC
- M4A (for iPod)
- Flac

INSTALLATION
Run the install.sh script.

FEEDBACK
Please send any bug reports, suggestions, conversion
format requests, etc. to http://kavenc.sf.net/?q=contact




Changelog:

version 0.2:
- changed name from "kvidenc" to "kavenc"
- added support for coverting/extracting to various audio formats
- fixed support for input files containing whitespace
- now dissallows overwriting of input file
- more verbose ouput if conversion fails
- more accurate progress dialog
- fixed some bugs in installer
- fixed file extensions for dv, vcd, and svcd

version 0.1b2:
- fixed infinite loop

version 0.1b:
- added ogg/theora support
- added registration of video/x-flv and video/3gpp mimetypes
- fixed debugging output
- implemented install.sh
- more thorough checking of overwriting output file

version 0.1a:
- initial release




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 unexpected operator

 
 by cornbread on: Feb 4 2008
 
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kavenc /home/barbara/Desktop/080120.mov ntsc-dvd
[: 415: ==: unexpected operator
[: 415: ==: unexpected operator
/usr/bin/kavenc: 415: pass++: not found
-e pass 0 of 1 - encoding with ffmpeg...
[: 415: ==: unexpected operator
-e
1s/3201s
[: 415: ==: unexpected operator
-e 2s/3201s
[: 415: ==: unexpected operator
-e 5s/3201s
[: 415: ==: unexpected operator
-e 7s/3201s
[: 415: ==: unexpected operator
-e 9s/3201s
[: 415: ==: unexpected operator


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 Feature Request

 
 by BorgQueen on: Aug 18 2008
 
Score 50%

I have a friend with a Sandisk Fuzz, but can't find a converter so he can watch videos on it.
Would it be possible to add a default profile for this device and other sandisk devices that are said to be linux compatible by the company? I'm asking all the video converter devels, in hope that someone will consider it.

We would greatly appreciate it.

Video Container: Fully interleaved AVI
Codec: MPEG-4 (Simple Profile level 1 or 2)
Bitrate: Up to 512 Kbps
Resolutions: QCIF+ (224x176)
FPS: Up to 20 fps
bitrate:128kbps
no. of channels:2
sample rate:44100khz


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