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Pelo
PostPosted: Thu 23 Jun 2016, 12:56    Post subject: Thanks robert123. i have the last version in my tool case

Thanks robert123. i have the last version in my tool case. I install it in Puppy Linux when not yet included, for My Laptop Acer Aspire because it has only one processeur.
Sometimes you cannot browse the web and listen to music,
In all cases, you need external speakers. Smile
Robert123
PostPosted: Sat 18 Jun 2016, 20:18    Post subject:

Hello Pelo,

You can get this much later one which will run a lot of older puppies and no dependencies to worry about here:
http://deadbeef.sourceforge.net/download.html
Pelo
PostPosted: Sat 18 Jun 2016, 19:52    Post subject: DeadBeef included in Wary 511 medias

"Compiling deadbeef in Wary should be easy to get better dependency support. I dont use Wary though."
DeadBeef included in Wary 511 medias
neurino
PostPosted: Tue 07 Jun 2011, 19:11    Post subject:

Thanks, I will try it even if most of my wma are gone after converting to mp3... about loss of quality you are right.
playdayz
PostPosted: Tue 07 Jun 2011, 16:59    Post subject:

I have learned a lot of messing with Clementine and Banshee--in particular how to play wma files in deadbeef!

The reason it did not was because the gstreamer-ffmpeg plugin was not matched with the ffmpeg libraries (libavcodec, etc.). VLC and Audacious have their own codecs so they would play wma which confused the issue, and me. My fault of course, but really..... It can get just too complicated Wink

Unpack and install this deb file and I think deadbeef should play wma. It just did for me.

deadbeef does play m4a which are the same as mp4--I do not have any mp4 to test. Please let me know if this works to play wma--anyone that has some Wink

Speaking as an audiophile--converting a lossy codec to a lossy codec results in even more lossy sound. The quality of the sound will be better if you play the original format without converting..
neurino
PostPosted: Wed 26 Jan 2011, 08:13    Post subject:

I had to deal with mp4 files too and saw this stripdown version of deadbeef does not support them (honestly the plugin that allows to read them is 1.2MB...)

So I updated the script above to not rely on .wma extension but use the one of passed files (.mp4 im my case) so I can do:

Code:
2mp3 -b 150k *.mp4


and get them all converted to mp3

Hope this can help all fans of this tiny pet (what I really love is I can just shift-right click a directory in ROX (Open With) and choose deadbeef to get all mp3s in it played, thing that mplayer does not do!)
neurino
PostPosted: Tue 18 Jan 2011, 17:33    Post subject:

Yep the concept is the same as here just wait the movie to entirely load and leave the page opened during conversion.
pemasu
PostPosted: Tue 18 Jan 2011, 17:26    Post subject:

Neurino. That was great. Good to know that ability. I am sure it will come for use someday.
neurino
PostPosted: Tue 18 Jan 2011, 17:22    Post subject:

Well honestly the script is called wma2mp3 but today I used it to rip an mp3 from a youtube vid: flash video file is stored in /tmp as Flashxxxxx so I run

Code:
wma2mp3 -b 128k /tmp/Flash*


ffmpeg is magic ^^
pemasu
PostPosted: Tue 18 Jan 2011, 17:12    Post subject:

Code:
# wma2mp3 -h

Thank you neurino. That is handy.

The command I have tested for converting wma to ogg and seems to work on my lucid:
Code:
find -name '*wma' -exec ffmpeg -i {} -acodec vorbis -ab 128k {}.ogg \;

It renames as songname.wma.ogg though so it would need some finetuning still.
dejan555
PostPosted: Mon 17 Jan 2011, 18:00    Post subject:

I just compiled this version for dpup 009 with most options enabled including SuperEQ (18-band equalizer)
Here's the pet: deadbeef-0.4.4-i686-dpup009.pet about 1.9 MB
DEV DOC

neurino
PostPosted: Mon 17 Jan 2011, 17:27    Post subject:

pemasu wrote:
On deadbeef homepage there isn't mention of wma support for deadbeef.


I wrote a little script to convert all my wma files in mp3, maybe could come in handy to other deadbeef users. It uses ffmpeg.

Code:
# wma2mp3 -h
Usage: wma2mp3 [-b bitrate] [-s sampling] [-c channels] filenames

Convert passed wma files to mp3 copying tag data

OPTIONS:
   -h      Show this message
   -b      Bitrate (defaults to 192k)
   -s      Audio sampling rate (in Hz, defaults to 44100)
   -c      Number of audio channels (defaults to 2)


I'm used to look for bitrate of wma files in a album first then use -b option:

Code:

# ffmpeg -i song.wma
...
    Stream #0.0: Audio: wmav2, 44100 Hz, 2 channels, s16, 80 kb/s
...
# wma2mp3 -b 80k *.wma
pemasu
PostPosted: Sat 15 Jan 2011, 12:41    Post subject:

Neurino. The plugin selection was stripped down quite radically without affecting the basic usage. Of course there might be interest of compiling deadbeef with larger plugin selection, but the size would growth sametime.

I dont miss extra functionality either, so the deadbeef was made small purposely.

And the global hotkeys works just fine with deadbeef in Lucid 5.2.

Compiling deadbeef in Wary should be easy to get better dependency support. I dont use Wary though.
neurino
PostPosted: Sat 15 Jan 2011, 12:35    Post subject:

So how many plugins you have enabled in Preferences?

I got 7, no EQ, no global keys (all things I won't use anyway tho)

I tried the alternate pet you linked but does not work in Wary.

Wma support was mentioned in a plugin time ago, not a hassle anyway...
pemasu
PostPosted: Sat 15 Jan 2011, 09:58    Post subject:

neurino. This version is tested in Lucid 5.2 by me.
I dont get missing errors in Lucid 5.2.

On deadbeef homepage there isnt mention of wma support for deadbeef.


There is also deadbeef-0.4.4 for spup by Iguleder on his new site and also deadbeef-0.4.4 for dpups in squeeze thread somewhere.

http://www.iguleder.info/pet_packages-igu/
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