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Veromix - volume control / soundmenu

   0.18.3  

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Veromix - volume control / soundmenu
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Veromix - volume control / soundmenu
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Veromix - volume control / soundmenu
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Homepage:  Link
Downloads:  7082
Submitted:  Dec 7 2009
Updated:  Jun 14 2012

Description:

Veromix is a mixer for the Pulseaudio sound server.

Features:
- Media player controls (aka nowplaying)
- per application voluem control (replay & record)
- global hotkeys
- can life in system tray
- switch sound card profiles (for ex. from regular to HDMI)
- control LADSPA effects (equalizer and other effects)
- keyboard navigation (use Tab- and Arrow-keys)

Quickstart:
- middle click on panel icon mutes the default output
- mouse wheel over panel icon increases/decreases volume
- drag and drop playback streams between different output devices
- right click context menu:
-- kill playback streams
-- set default output device
-- set per channel volume
-- switch sound card profiles
- assign hotkeys
- click the add icon (bottom-right) to add a new effect
(drag and drop playback stream to the effect sink)


More Info:
- Howto: http://www.omgubuntu.co.uk/2012/02/how-to-increase-volume-over-100-in-kde/
- YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fph8xqsJd_g
- Review: http://padoca.wordpress.com/2011/03/18/kmix-veromix-qml-and-other-stories/
- Review: http://techlaze.com/2011/08/best-plasma-widgets-kde/

FAQ:
- Disable KMix: Set "AutoStart=false" in "[Global]" section of .kde/share/config/kmixrc

Requirements:
- plasma-scriptengine-python
- python-xdg
- python-qt4-dbus
- pulseaudio
- swh-plugins / ladspa-swh-plugins (for equalizer and other effects)
- ladspa-sdk / ladspa (dynamically detect installed ladspa plugins)

Changelog: http://code.google.com/p/veromix-plasmoid/source/browse/Changelog

Packages:
- Debian: http://packages.debian.org/plasma-widget-veromix
- Arch: https://aur.archlinux.org/packages.php?ID=60883
- openSUSE: https://build.opensuse.org/package/show?package=plasmoid-veromix&project=KDE%3AExtra


Please report bugs/wishes here: http://code.google.com/p/veromix-plasmoid/issues/list




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 left/right icons

 
 by megabigbug on: Oct 12 2010
 
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On your screenshot, if you compare the left and right icons of the "Internes Audio Analog Stereo" item and the "Amarok Audio Stream" item, you see that they are inverted.

Can you explain why you made this choice ?
In my opinion, it is not very aesthetic.


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 Re: left/right icons

 
 by nik3nt3 on: Oct 12 2010
 
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It is visualizing the "audio flow":

- "amarok" and "plugin-container" are applications that produce an audiostream

- "Internes Audio Analog Stereo" is (the german) name of my soundcard

metaphor:
The audio-stream from amarok enters the applet on the left, then it goes through the slider which controls the volume. Depending on the volume and the audio-signal the meter on the right will shake more or less.
Then the stream is mixed with the audio-stream from plugin-container and enters the output "Internes Audio Analog Stereo" on the left, then the overall volume (for the output) is set and the stream will leave the applet on the right (there you can also mute the output)

Note: You can have multiple Output-Devices(soundcards), in this case every input-stream (like amarok, or plugin-container) will be above its assotiated output-device. This would look like this:

[icon] amarok [meter]
[icon] bangarang [meter]
[meter] Internes Audio Analog Stereo [icon]
[icon] plugin-container [meter]
[meter] RTP-Multicast [icon]

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I don't like the UI of (the new) kmix or pavucontrol where every type got its own tab (playback, recording, outputs and recording). I was looking for a UI where every type can be shown without tabs.
I know it is very minimalistic (no labels), but I thought that it would be intuitiv as soon as one would see it in action.
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I'am open to discuss the current arrangement.

/nik


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 Re: Re: left/right icons

 
 by megabigbug on: Oct 12 2010
 
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I hope I understand how it works.

Why not something looking like that ?:

============================
[icon] Internes Audio Analog Stereo[meter]
--------------------------------------------------
[icon] amarok [meter]
[icon] bangarang [meter]
============================
[icon] RTP-Multicast [meter]
--------------------------------------------------
[icon] plugin-container [meter]
============================

I assume the plasmoid is at the bottom of the screen


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 Re: Re: Re: left/right icons

 
 by megabigbug on: Oct 12 2010
 
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What do you think about use this kind of popup ?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1Z31MLWMOuU

One popup for each output stream.
Each popup contains a title (with a volum control) and a list of input streams (with their volume control).
The user could drag n drop an input stream to another popup (ie. output stream).


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: left/right icons

 
 by nik3nt3 on: Oct 12 2010
 
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@second:
Looks good. But this cannot be done with python and the current API (as far as I understand it).
The PopUp functionality is provided by plasma (PopUpApplet) and cannot be changed/overwritten by a python-plasmoid. (For the same reason it is not possible to change the main-volume by scrolling with the mouse-wheel over the icon).

@first:
I did mockups with this layout, but decided to implement the current one which I like (depending on the icon-theme) a lot. I will give your layout another try, but don't expect this to happen very soon..


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 Re: Re: Re: left/right icons

 
 by nik3nt3 on: Dec 20 2010
 
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What do you think of the new UI?


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 Wow Great

 
 by praveesh on: Oct 14 2010
 
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Wow . Really amazing . It's what I was waiting for. Keep up the amazing work


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 Monochrome Icon plaesee :)

 
 by bigbrovar on: Oct 16 2010
 
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This is the best and most useful plasmoid ever. I simply can not thank you enough for this. I have a simple request though. If the plasmoid could have the same monochrome icon like u get on the systemtray in kde 4.5 so as to maintain consistency with the rest of the systemtray?


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 Re: Monochrome Icon plaesee :)

 
 by nik3nt3 on: Oct 16 2010
 
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glad to hear you like it. What do you think about the "left/right icon" placement (see thread above)?

@monochrome icons: the icons are not part of the plasmoid. E.g. the plasmoid "takes" the icons of your icon theme (see third screenshot). Maybe your theme does not provide the appropriate icons?
/nik


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 left/right icon placement

 
 by bigbrovar on: Oct 16 2010
 
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While on a whole am mostly indifferent and had not even noticed the issue till u mentioned it. I think for UI consistency it would be nice if all the meter icon stays in one side and the icon same. having the meter for the default volume slider at a different position other than the applications breaks consistency somewhat. Just IMHO


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 Middle click to mute

 
 by Murz on: Oct 20 2010
 
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Very good plasmoid, thanks!
But can you implement feature to mute/unmute channels (select which channel must mute in settings or mute all channels) via middle-click mouse on plasmod (when it is iconized in panel)?

And will be good to change volume of favorite channel via mouse whell on plasmoid icon! Did you plan something like this?


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 Re: Middle click to mute

 
 by Murz on: Oct 20 2010
 
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I think you can look at the http://kde-look.org/content/show.php/Nvidia+Brightness?content=114656 plasmoid sources to look how intercept mouse whell


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 by Murz on: Oct 20 2010
 
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Some other plasmoids that use mouse whell:
http://kde-look.org/content/show.php/Xineramoid?content=102446
http://kde-look.org/content/show.php/Stream+Player?content=132590
http://kde-look.org/content/show.php?content=12097


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 Re: Middle click to mute

 
 by nik3nt3 on: Oct 21 2010
 
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Thanks for your input: It works! Will release a new version soon.

[Don't understand why it was not working the last time I tried it. Maybe a KDE 4.4 vs 4.5 difference or just my disability ]


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 Whell don't work

 
 by Murz on: Oct 23 2010
 
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Thank's for new version!
Middle click works perfectly! But mouse whell don't want to work :(

KDE 4.5.2, Kubuntu Maverick.

And another issie is that when I add plasmoid to panel, at first time it added full size (not iconized) but after clicking on channel image, it converts to icon.


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