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audiokonverter

audiokonverter is a small utility to easily convert from OGG, MP3, 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 oggenc, oggdec, faac, faad, flac, mplayer, wvunpack, and lame to work. id3lib, metaflac, and vorbis-tools are optional, but needed for full functionality.

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  •  31 May 2010 17:36

    Release Notes: Support for AMR audio files used in mobile voice recording devices has been added. The Ubuntu package now also contains dependencies.

    •  03 May 2008 08:21

      Release Notes: The utility can now also be used as service menu in dolphin.

      •  02 Apr 2008 20:31

        Release Notes: Length of audio extraction from movies has been fixed. Copying of audio from movies to files and showing the properties of audio from movies have been added.

        •  21 Aug 2007 16:07

          Release Notes: For handling MP3 metadata, the program has switched from id3tag (V1 and V2) to id3v2 (V2 only).

          •  31 Jan 2007 22:35

            Release Notes: Runtime checks for programs have been added. Several bugfixes for user-only installation have been made.

            Recent comments

            23 Aug 2007 08:29 gvy

            soundkonverter, too
            There's soundKonverter out there for those wishing rather a standalone app; I'll probably package yours for ALT Linux too. :)

            14 Jun 2006 00:55 labrum

            Re: Q


            > What files do i Have to upload to my

            > server and do to convert files form

            > linux shell?

            I suppose you are doing this from windows and don't

            have too much experience with linux. So you have to

            copy audioconvert, anytowav and movie2sound

            to /usr/local/bin or home directory on your server.

            They must have the executable flag "x" on the

            server. Then you just type "audioconvert"

            or "./audioconvert" and read the instructions. They

            should be self explaining if you ever used a

            command line program.

            13 Jun 2006 22:40 ConwayAirSytstem

            Q
            What files do i Have to upload to my server and do to convert files form linux shell?

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