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Re: GUI front-end for writing CD audio to CD-R?

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On Fri, 17 May 2002, Rick Macdonald wrote:

> (Baloo - I tried to reply to you privately but the mail bounced)

Read the bounce message.  Most likely you got bounced due to an open
relay being involved and there will likely be a URL pointing you
someplace else for details.  Forward the bounce at the appropriate
postmaster.  postmaster@ursine.dyndns.org will not likely be the address
you're looking for in this case.

> I hope you don't mind this question, but do you know if xmms supports
> marking start/end points and writing out just that section?

Well, not making start and end points, but you can use the slider to
move to where you want to start, hit play, and hit stop when it hits the
point you're looking for.  It's ugly but works.

> I looked but
> couldn't see such a feature, so I starting testing "audacity". It does the
> job, but is tedious to find the start/end points (15 minutes of an
> hour-long radio program). I end up using xmms (with it's easy slider
> control) to find the section I want and then extract it with audacity.

You've likely found the best solution to your problem then.

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