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lrceditor-amarok for Linux on Utilities 0.3.1

lrceditor-amarok is an apps for Utilities on Linux, by lrceditor-amarok team. lrceditor-amarok is a lrc editor against Amarok, depends on pyqt3. It's version now is 0.

Publisher:
lrceditor-amarok team
Language:
Version:
0.3.1
Run on OS:
Probably All
License:
GPL (GNU General
Price:
File type:
Unknow
File size:
35 KB
Updated on:
Aug 10, 2015
Reviews:
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Rating:
Softmenu rating: 6/10
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lrceditor-amarok 0.3.1 Reviews - by Softmenu Linux Editor

lrceditor-amarok is an app for Linux under linux. With version 0.3.1 of lrceditor-amarok, you can have your jobs better done than any more.

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Apps Description - by Publisher

Apps description is given by lrceditor-amarok team - the apps publisher/developer, and it is made no changes by softmenu.

Apps Full Description see below:

lrceditor-amarok is a lrc editor against Amarok, depends on pyqt3. It's version now is 0.2.0, but is the first release.

It is not amarok script, but need amarok provide the time tag of current song.

How to run:

decompress the tallbar, just type "./lrceditor-amarok.py" in konsole or others.
Important: it's not Amarok's script

How to use:

1.you should open your Amarok first, whatever is play or stop status.
2.navigate to the track you want to edit the lrc of by Amarok or Lrceditor-amarok.
3.you can import .txt file to edit or .lrc file to modify, or just copy/paste the lyrics into textbox.
4.now press "start" button, the job is beginning, you can see something different: progressbar is moving,label of current time is changing.
5.press "insert tag" button or "F5" to insert the time-tag from Amarok to every line of lyrics.
6.when the track is over, progressbar never running, you now could fill the necessary information under the textbox, then generate and export the lrc file you just now made.Maybe you should choose export director and encoder first.
7.whatever you want.

Private shortcuts:

F5: insert time-tag
Alt-Q: quit
Pause Key: pause (Amarok)
P: play (Amarok)
S: stop(Amarok)
Alt-O: import .txt or .lrc file
Alt-D: choose export director

Supported Operating System:

Probably All

Running requirements

  • PyQt
  • PyKDE

Limitations

Please check the license above, if this is a freeware, it will be no limitation, else it may have the days or times limitation, please read the specifications attached with the download file carefully.

Tested virus free - lrceditor-amarok has been tested to be a safe app on Aug 10, 2015.

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