Re: VCD (was: cdrecord problems)
"Thomas Schmitt" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > How about if I just try a burn with raw96r and see if that works?
> Worth a try. But man cdrecord says:
> " -raw Set RAW writing mode. Using this option defaults
> to -raw96r"
> So probably you cannot expect better results than with
> cdrecord -raw.
> During my adventures in google i found this
> It uses cdrdao for the job of burning.
> Looks like the author already went through the adventures
> which libburn would have to pass in order to get VCD ready.
You need the right kind of data for a vcd.
The data from vcd formatters usually contains preformatted sectors and
a cue sheet file.
Writing a vcd should be possible with cdrdao (using SAO mode).
Writing a svcd unly works with cdrdao if you can write it in SAO mode
and if your writer supports to write complex data in SAO mode.
If you need to write a svcd in RAW mode (e.g. because you use a Pioneer drive)
you are lost with cdrdao and need to use cdrecord. Cdrdao does not handle
cue sheet file based writing in RAW mode correctly.
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- Re: VCD
- From: Rob Bogus <email@example.com>