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Re: cdrdao CD -> burner question

On 21 Feb 2003 15:00:09 +0100,
Mark Janssen wrote:
> On Fri, 2003-02-21 at 14:44, stan wrote:

> > I've got a machine with both a 56X CD and an HP CD writer. I
> > would like to be able to copy CD's (audio) by going directly
> > fro the CD to the burner. Is this feasible? Looks like cdrdao
> > has command line options to do this. Will there bee speed
> > issues, given a reasonably fast machine )1.8G Athalon)? Do I
> > need to have the CD set up using SCSI emulation? Presently, I
> > only have the writer set up that way.
> cdrdao copy-cd --source-device=?,?,? --device=?,?,? --on-the-fly.
> Replace the ?,?,? with values from 'cdrecord -scanbus'
> You need scsi emulation for whatever drive you want to use with
> cdrdao It will work without problems on any decent
> computer... I use a K6-350 with plextor 12 speed and aopen-dvd
> reader.
> Faster writing will need more cpu, but burn-proof or whatever
> will compensate.

Using burnproof on an audio CD isn't (generally) a good idea.

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