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Re: Help with Raw CD images? (input/output error)

On Sat, 12 Mar 2005 22:30:13 +0100, Ognjen Bezanov wrote:
> Essentially i wanted something similar to CUE and ISO files that i have
> seen windows programs like EAC do (EAC can for example store TOC
> contents and Gap info in a cue-sheet)
> Essentially i want to make a direct audiocd-to-audiocd copy, but with an
> image in between.

You can use "cdrdao read-toc" to create the equivalent of a CUE file,
which cdrdao calls a TOC file. The closest equivalent of an ISO image in
the audio-cd world is a simple audio file with appropriate sample rate,
channel count, bit resolution, etc. WAV will do, as will AIFF, etc.; it
doesn't really matter. You can then use cdrdao to burn a bit-for-bit copy,
with identical tracks, etc., using the TOC file and sound file as input.

My script will do what you desire, or you can dig through it for usage



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