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konqkonv - easy KDE DVD/VCD mpg creator

   0.3  

KDE Service Menu

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konqkonv - easy KDE DVD/VCD mpg creator
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Link:  http://
Downloads:  10292
Submitted:  Oct 21 2005
Updated:  Jan 5 2006

Description:

konqkonv is a KDE service menu which allows quick and easy conversion of video files (I've tried .avi, .mov and .mpg with it) into DVD or VCD compliant mpg files. You will need to have mencoder and/or ffmpeg installed and at least 5GB of free space in your home directory, maybe more depending on the size of the file being converted. Once finished, the mpg will be saved into the root of your home directory. For DVD mpgs you can then use Varsha to convert the mpg into a .iso file which can then be burned to DVD with k3bs 'Burn DVD iso image' option. For VCD mpgs you should just be able to drag and drop the mpg into a new k3b Video CD project window.

To install, just copy and paste the source code into the file /usr/share/apps/konqueror/servicemenus/konqkonv.desktop (or /opt/kde3/share/apps/konqueror/servicemenus/ under SUSE) The video conversion options will then appear under the 'Actions' menu when you right-click a video file.

TROUBLESHOOTING

If you just get a blank konsole window with the title 'Time' (as I did under Debian Sid) then edit out every instance of the word time from konqkonv. It should work then but you won't see how long conversion took at the end.

If you have a video that fails then try upgrading to the latest version of mencoder/ffmpeg then it should hopefully work :)




Changelog:

0.1 - First release, only supports PAL mpg generation

0.2 - Second release, now supports NTSC too

0.3 - Added support for ffmpeg video encoder




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 Install

 
 by konqi29 on: Oct 21 2005
 
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How to install ?


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 NTSC DVD?

 
 by Khan on: Oct 21 2005
 
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An option for that would be great. Thanks.


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 install

 
 by lenooh on: Oct 23 2005
 
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in suse it's /opt/kde3/share/apps/konqueror/servicemenus/


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 SUSE: install

 
 by danboid on: Oct 24 2005
 
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Thanks for pointing that out lenooh!

I hope that k3b will shortly eliminate the need for varsha and make konqkonv redundant by having a video transcoder integrated. I'd say these are k3b's two biggest omissions with 0.12.x. Nerolinux also lacks video transcoding :(


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 Odd Problem

 
 by BorgQueen on: Dec 20 2005
 
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I just installed Debian Sarge into another computer with the exact same hardware and software as one other computer. kongkonv works on the old setup but the new one spits this out...
mencoder: relocation error: /usr/lib/libavcodec-cvs.so: undefined symbol: faacDecOpen
Command exited with non-zero status 127
0.05user 0.01system 0:00.46elapsed 14%CPU (0avgtext+0avgdata 0maxresident)k
0inputs+0outputs (54major+1247minor)pagefaults 0swaps

Can you tell me what this means? I have libavcodecs installed as well as the devs.

Thanks


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 Re: Odd Problem

 
 by danboid on: Jan 5 2006
 
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Just released the new version so give it a go with ffmpeg instead. I've had a couple of files which didn't agree with mencoder but did work with ffmpeg.


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 Re: Re: Odd Problem

 
 by BorgQueen on: Jan 5 2006
 
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Thanks I will. I'll let you know what happens.
Thanks again.


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 Re: Re: Re: Odd Problem

 
 by BorgQueen on: Jan 5 2006
 
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Ok it now works with both ffmpeg and mencoder. Depending on the video file one or both will work. ".mov" file, it seems, can only be converted with mencoder. Either way, its all working now. I love the extra choices.

Thank you very much for you hard work. I greatly appreciate it.


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 way to go

 
 by jpetso on: Jan 5 2006
 
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wow! This is cool.

Now if only someone would integrate
all these available tools into one tool for converting back and forth between DVDs/VCDs/AVIs, it would make the whole thing accessible for people who are not able or don't want to get 5 different pieces of software from kde-apps.

It won't be too long, I think...


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 what about Xvid's

 
 by ShadowChaser on: Jan 6 2006
 
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can't an option be made to covert Xvid or Divx to a dvd? using konqkonv?


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 Re: what about Xvid'

 
 by danboid on: Jan 6 2006
 
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konqkonv can convert any video format supported by mencoder or ffmpeg to DVD- that include divx/xvid (.avi) just as long as your mencoder/ffmpeg version was compiled with support for them.

For mencoder, enter:

mencoder -ovc help

to see what codecs your version supports. If it lists divx4 and xvid you should be fine.


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