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KAudioCreator

Utilities by geflei 43 comments

Thank you for reply.

I try Kaudiocreator with nfsv4, and
work correctly !.

regards.

- Dec 23 2009
KAudioCreator

Utilities by geflei 43 comments

Thank you for reply.

I think that KAudioCreator can't treat UTF-8 character PATH correctly.

If save to dir path using [a-z0-9]+ , KAudioCreator work well.

But if save to dir path using UTF-8 character(which is 2 byte ),
KAudioCreator fail to save.

- Oct 25 2009
KAudioCreator

Utilities by geflei 43 comments

>What exactly goes wrong? Works for me. Do you have write access to the new location?

Thank you for reply.

I use OpenSUSE11.1 and kaudiocrreator-1.2.80.svn987101-2.14.

I want to put encoded file to /data/%{extension}

/data <-- which is nfs mount and option is (rw, hard, intr, timeo=30,
addr=192.168.100.x, nfsvers=3,
proto=tcp,mountproto=udp)

In case Encoded File Location
"~/%{extension}/%{albumartist}/%{albumtitle}/%{number}-%{title}.%{extension}" is success.

but,

"/data/%{extension}/%{albumartist}/%{albumtitle}/%{number}-%{title}.%{extension}" is fail.

cp command in console is success,
so, permission is correctly.

$ cp aaa.txt /data/flac/ is success!

In KDE3.x, KAudioCreator can put encoded file to /data/%{extension}, but
in KDE4, KAudioCreator fail.



Thank you. - Oct 14 2009
KAudioCreator

Utilities by geflei 43 comments

If change Encoded File Location from Default setting, KAudioCreator fail save Encoded File.


- Oct 12 2009
AlbumGain

Amarok 1.x Scripts by kdeorg-murasaki55 4 comments

Thank you for comment.

>Where does AlbumGain store its information?

This script save data two step.
1. Save data to Hash(Ruby Hash Object)
2. Save Hash Object to file
(file name is albumvol)


>as for local files that don't support >ReplayGain (FLAC, for instance). Will >this work together with the ReplayGain >script?

I want to do so, but I can't do it...

I think that when run both ReplayGain and AlbumGain, there are two type cases in local file playing.

1)
Amarok send event trackChange ==>
first AlbumGain, after ReplayGain.
In this case,
AlbumGain set volume to amarok.
ReplayGain set volume to amarok.
So, ReplayGain decide volume value.

2)
Amarok send event trackChange ==>
first ReplayGain, after AlbumGain.
In this case,
ReplayGain set volume to amarok.
AlbumGain set volume to amarok.
So, AlbumGain decide volume value.

in streaming playing.

1)
Amarok send event trackChange ==>
first AlbumGain, after ReplayGain.
In this case,
AlbumGain set volume to amarok.
ReplayGain do nothing.
So, AlbumGain decide volume value.

2)
Amarok send event trackChange ==>
first ReplayGain, after AlbumGain.
In this case,
ReplayGain do nothing
AlbumGain set volume to amarok.
So, AlbumGain decide volume value.

I don't know how amarok send trackChange event to scripts, so I can say nothing.

If you play only local file,
you had better that set tag to all files from ReplayGain and use it.
That is very efficient.

For set volume data in AlbumGain,
you have to change amarok volume each
album.

I made this script for only stream play.

I think best way is that
amarok(TagLib) read replaygain tag and,
tell that value to script.
In amarok2.0, I hope so !! - Sep 05 2007
AlbumGain

Amarok 1.x Scripts by kdeorg-murasaki55 4 comments

Thank you for reply.

This script set data by artist and album.
Key: <artist>alubm
Data: volume
to Hash.
(Hash not allow dupulicate key)

For example,
Artist:John Coltrane
Album: Blue Train
1 Blue Train
2 Moment's Notice
3 Locomotion
4 I'm Old Fashioned
5 Lazy Bird

When play "Moment's Notice", you change volume on amarok 100 to 75,
this script save data
Key: <John Coltrane>Blue Train
Data: 75
to Hash.

Sorry I'm not good at english.

If you interest this script,
please install this and use debug mode.

This script log out to albumgain.log.
- Sep 05 2007