Re: creating audio-cd image from mp3/wav
On Thu, Jul 29, 2004 at 04:08:57PM +0300, Alexandros Papadopoulos wrote:
> On Thursday 29 July 2004 15:06, Micha Feigin wrote:
> > How do I create an audio cd image on disk?
> > I tried looking into xcdroast (which I normally use), cdrecord, burn,
> > mp3burn and a bunch of other console tools, and it seems that there
> > is no problem to write audio directly to cd from wav/mp3/ogg and
> > create data iso images on disk, but I couldn't seem to find anything
> > that can write an audio-cd image to disk.
> > I would rather use xcdroast or command line tool here if possible,
> > rather then the gnome/k3b programs (which I don't know if they work
> > either)
> k3b works fine here. Start a new audio CD project, import all mp3/ogg
> files you wish, and then instruct it to "create image only".
Just tried it (required installing over 60 MB ;-\
It didn't work, marked the audio files, told it to write an image only
and pressed burn. It showed a progress report, worked around a bit, and
in the end all I got was a bunch of wav files, but no image. Anything
different on your end?
> > (I need it in order to write the audio to mini-disk, workaround
> > around the ridiculous Sony limitations).
> Good luck with that! :-)
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