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Veromix - volume control / soundmenu

   0.18.3  

Plasmoid Script

Score 86%
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:  7147
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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 very very nice additions

 
 by groo on: Dec 3 2010
 
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Kudos to you, 0.9 is shaping up to be a great release, loved the new additions.

still some glitches with the new player interface, sometimes the cover shows when paused but goes back to amarok logo when playing (amarok git) and some musics have wrong times, but overall this is a impressive release.

tabs are crashing the app, so i couldnt test that, but this is normal with new code. already a winner, looking forward for more stuff :D

keep up the good work, amazing so far :)


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 python

 
 by xam on: Dec 15 2010
 
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As the you use python 2 in the VeromixServiceMain

you should write
#!/usr/bin/env python2

in stead of
#!/usr/bin/env python

python isn't python2 on all systems...

And could there be an option in a future release to disable the Source/Sink Peak detect? It uses cpu time on my laptop and I don't really need it.


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 Re: python

 
 by nik3nt3 on: Dec 30 2010
 
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Unfortunately

#!/usr/bin/env python2

doesn't work on my system (ubuntu 10.10)

#!/usr/bin/env python2.6

would work but may break other systems. Any idea?


Quote:

And could there be an option in a future release to disable the Source/Sink Peak detect?


Good point: I put it on my list: http://code.google.com/p/veromix-plasmoid/issues/detail?id=32&can=1


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 Thanks !!

 
 by megabigbug on: Dec 20 2010
 
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Thanks, it looks better now.

Here some suggestions to improve visual quality:
- find a way to make the slider not over the text.
- replace the expand icon with something and more explicit: a "triangle" like the notification widget, or a "plus" like the transfer job widget.

here a mockup:
http://img573.imageshack.us/my.php?image=veromix.png

Another idea (I don't know if it is possible):
represent the current volume with a rectangle behind the item.

here a mockup:
http://img573.imageshack.us/my.php?image=veromix2.png


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 Re: Thanks !!

 
 by nik3nt3 on: Dec 20 2010
 
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> - find a way to make the slider not over the text.

Will try..

>- replace the expand icon with something and more explicit:

Agree (but I'd like to keep the meter)

> represent the current volume with a rectangle behind the item.

@mockup: I first thought: Oops something went wrong..

Why do you think this is necessary (the current volume is already represented by the slider)?

/nik


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 Re: Re: Thanks !!

 
 by megabigbug on: Dec 20 2010
 
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>Agree (but I'd like to keep the meter)

The meter is not very beautiful.

>Why do you think this is necessary (the current volume is already represented by the slider)?

When I say "current volume" I mean the quantity of sound currently produced by the speaker.

Pavucontrol and MS Windows mixer have this feature.


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 I've got a piece of advice :)

 
 by Mitu on: Jan 9 2011
 
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Well, I like Veromix very much, it's wonderful :)

Integration with now playing is cool, but why is there so much free space? I think it should be used.

I've made a quick mockup (please forgive me its awful quailty, Pinta is unusable so far :/). It presents the layout Veromix should have in my opinion.
- Controls under the program's name and icon, not above it. What is not included in the mockup, but I also suggest, is presenting stream name, volume slider and controls in one panel, without any separation. It will look much clearer then.
- Control buttons (play/pause, next, previous) shouldn't be so "light". On certain album arts play/pause button may be completely invisible. I think buttons should be bigger and have a border.
- Why don't move album art to the left side and present artist, album and title also?

Mockup: http://wstaw.org/m/2011/01/09/mockup.png

If you followed my suggestions, Veromix would really rock :D


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 Re: I've got a piece of advice :)

 
 by nik3nt3 on: Jan 9 2011
 
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Hi thanks for your input.


@Controls under the program's name and icon, not above it.

-> Yes - you are right: Would be more locical

@presenting stream name, volume slider and controls in one panel, without any separation. It will look much clearer then.

-> Agree - There are some technical reasons why this is difficult (you can have a now playing control but not Stream)

@Control buttons (play/pause, next, previous) shouldn't be so "light". / I think buttons should be bigger and have a border.

-> From my point of view they should be themable, but in KDE/Plasma themes there are no such icons

@On certain album arts play/pause button may be completely invisible.

-> Could you please explain: Why? And what would be the criteria?

@Why don't move album art to the left side and present artist, album and title also?

-> Usually Players report the artist- and trackname via pulseaudio (Amarok/"Phonon based players" are an exception). With your suggestion artist/album/title would then be shown twice - Thats the reason why I decided to not show the artist/album/title info on the nowplaying pane. In consequence albumart centered was the best solution to that...


/nik


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 Re: Re: I've got a piece of advice :)

 
 by Mitu on: Jan 9 2011
 
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@ Agree - There are some technical reasons why this is difficult (you can have a now playing control but not Stream)
-> Just remove the margin/separator/whatever, and it should look as it was one panel I think.

@ From my point of view they should be themable, but in KDE/Plasma themes there are no such icons
-> In my opinion you could just take the graphics from the current iconset (not from plasma theme, but from the system iconset). Or create some black and white graphics, which will match most of themes. If I were you, I would use buttons from Oxygen iconset. They're quite neutral, but visible on every background. But of course it's your decision.

@ Could you please explain: Why? And what would be the criteria?
-> Well, that's why: http://wstaw.org/m/2011/01/09/screen1.png . Mabye they're not *completely* invisible, but for sure it could be better. Just 1px border around them would do the job perfectly.

@ Usually Players report the artist- and trackname via pulseaudio (Amarok/"Phonon based players" are an exception). With your suggestion artist/album/title would then be shown twice - Thats the reason why I decided to not show the artist/album/title info on the nowplaying pane. In consequence albumart centered was the best solution to that...
-> Hmm. But you probably are able to read them to the variable? Then just split check it and remove repetitions. It seems to be workaroundable. If not, it's not a critical feature. But it's worth trying :)

Nevertheless, Veromix is a piece of great job. Thanks for developing it anyway! :)


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 Veromix ampliated idea

 
 by gbrielpe on: Feb 10 2011
 
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http://kde-look.org/content/show.php?content=138513


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 add option

 
 by Gabripe on: Feb 10 2011
 
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Please, add option for change canal master the audio


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