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audiokonverter (also for KDE4)

   5.9.4  

KDE Service Menu

Score 86%
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Link:  http://
Minimum required   KDE 3.x
Downloads:  70430
Submitted:  May 14 2004
Updated:  Dec 2 2014

Description:

audiokonverter is a service menu (and also a commandline utility) to easily convert from MP3, OGG, AMR, AAC, M4A, FLAC, WMA, RealAudio, Musepack, Wavpack, WAV and movies to MP3, OGG, M4A, WAV and FLAC in Konqueror by right-clicking on them. It needs ffmpeg/avconv, oggenc, oggdec, faac, faad, flac, mplayer and lame to work. id3lib is optional for full functionality. Also optional are vorbis-tools and metaflac for handling other metadata. See README how/where to get that software.
Be sure about needed software when installing prebuilt packages!

Please vote for "good" if you like the program. There are many downloads with each release, but only a few votes.




Changelog:

fix for ogg decoding




LicenseGPL
(Tarball)
Ubuntu(for kubuntu (KDE4))
SUSE(from Packman)
Debian(built with checkinstall for KDE3)
other(generic RPM for KDE residing in /usr for KDE3)
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 Am I wrong?

 
 by BorgQueen on: Feb 1 2007
 
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I was under the impression that audiokonverter replaced kwavencoder. I'm being told I'm wrong. Am I?

Thanks.


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 Re: Am I wrong?

 
 by labrum on: Feb 2 2007
 
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You're right. kwavencoder wasn't really fitting anymore, so I changed the name.


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 RealAudio

 
 by wenceslao on: Feb 18 2007
 
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Hi, I am a beginner with Linux. I have tryed to convert real audio files to mp3 using this audiokonverter but when right-clicking on *.ra file there is not the suitable choice.


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 Re: RealAudio

 
 by labrum on: Feb 21 2007
 
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What's the mimetype of .ra on your system? Get it by right-click, properties, tool icon. Then look at the window title bar.
Which distro do you use?


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 Re: Re: RealAudio

 
 by wenceslao on: Feb 21 2007
 
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Mimetype is RealAudio/Video document. I use Mandriva 2007.


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 Re: Re: Re: RealAudio

 
 by labrum on: Feb 21 2007
 
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I meant the technical name like: audio/vnd.rn-realaudio. Just follow my instructions given above.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Real

 
 by wenceslao on: Feb 22 2007
 
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I see. There is written audio/x-real-audio.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Real

 
 by labrum on: Feb 22 2007
 
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Add this to the second line of audioconvert.desktop with a comma and re-install. Every distro uses another name for the mimetype. Thanks for the trouble report, I'll add it as well.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re:

 
 by wenceslao on: Feb 23 2007
 
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thank you for your advice



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 Real use?

 
 by danielferber on: Mar 3 2007
 
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I wonder if this software has real use... Ok, its nice to have a shortcut in the konqueror to convert files. But this shortcut only calls a command inside a terminal! It does not allow any settings, any control. It has no usability.


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 Re: Real use?

 
 by labrum on: Mar 14 2007
 
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This software does allow settings and stores them as default for next time.


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 Re: Re: Real use?

 
 by sede on: Jun 19 2007
 
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It is absolutely useful. I often need to convert mp3 files to wav and ogg. I used another converter, which was very nice, but nightmare to use. Then I used audacity. Now this menu looks much easier and faster to use.


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 subdirectories

 
 by cis202 on: May 22 2007
 
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thanks for the great tool.
I regularely have problems when I convert whole directories, containing subdirectories. In such a case it makes the directory-tree (or part of it) where I want it to and in the first sub-directory one of the files is partially converted (some 50 kB) and then it hangs. After pushing CTRL+C it creates the second sub-directory and a small file, etc
In short I cannot convert whole directories containing subdirectories.


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 subdirectories bis

 
 by cis202 on: May 22 2007
 
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sorry, but what I wrote before is not entirely correct because it sometimes works fine even with subdirectories.


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 Re: subdirectories b

 
 by labrum on: May 23 2007
 
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Hi, this sounds like a problem with the path name. This should not be, please try to find out which names work and which don't, or post working and non-working path names and trees here.


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 Lost Tags

 
 by BobT on: Jun 8 2007
 
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When converting from flac to mp3 the Year and Genre tags are being lost. I'm using version 5.5.


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 Re: Lost Tags

 
 by labrum on: Jun 9 2007
 
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Please post the output of
metaflac --show-tag=YEAR
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metaflac --show-tag=GENRE
of a problematic file.


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 Re: Re: Lost Tags

 
 by BobT on: Jun 14 2007
 
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There is no YEAR tag but there is a DATE tag. The GENRE tag seems to be working. The tags look OK in Konqueror as well.

metaflac --list gave the following:
METADATA block #2
type: 4 (VORBIS_COMMENT)
is last: false
length: 151
vendor string: reference libFLAC 1.1.1 20041001
comments: 6
comment[0]: Artist=Aimee Mann
comment[1]: Album=Whatever
comment[2]: Date=1993
comment[3]: Title=I Should've Known
comment[4]: Tracknumber=01
comment[5]: Genre=Rock


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 Re: Lost Tags

 
 by BobT on: Jul 15 2007
 
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Thanks for the Date/Year fix. I'm still having a problem with Genre though. It appears that in FLAC genre is a string but mp3 genre is a single byte.

I've been trying to find a genre string/number conversion utility. The id3v2 utility will generate a list of genres and genre numbers. mp3info will set the genre by name but only supports id3v1 at this time.

The genre code listing is here: http://www.linuxselfhelp.com/HOWTO/MP3-HOWTO-13.html#ss13.3


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 Re: Lost Tags

 
 by BobT on: Jul 15 2007
 
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Upon further investigation I discovered that id3v2 will set genre by name.

Changing line 105 of the audioconvert script to use id3v2 instead of id3tag seems to fix the genre bug and didn't appear to break anything else (I have only tested a couple of files so far.)


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 Re: Re: Lost Tags

 
 by labrum on: Jul 16 2007
 
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OK, I will check this.


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