Subject: [linux-audio-user] copy audio cd
From: luis jure (luisjure_AT_multitel.com.uy)
Date: Sun Mar 17 2002 - 23:13:06 EET
i need some sherlock too:
i have a HP 8100 cd-rw (0,0,0) and a LG 8522 cd-r (0,1,0), and i've been looking for a way to copy audio cds on the fly from the command line.
i tried "cdrdao copy --on-the-fly" but for some reason i get a silent cd (it plays but no sound).
so i wrote a script using cdda2wav (Version 1.9) and then cdrdao (version 1.1.5) like this (ignore line-wraps):
cdrdao read-toc --device 0,1,0 --driver generic-mmc --datafile - cd.toc
cdda2wav -q -H -O cdr -E big -D 0,1,0 -t 1 -d 5000 - | cdrdao write --device 0,0,0 --speed 4
this works really fine normally, but i have a problem: there's no way i can copy a cd longer than about 78:30. i tried using recordable cds of 80 minutes and even 90 mins, but whenever the source cd is longer than about 78:30 all i get after the process is a blank cd. i tried with --force and --overburn but in all cases the cd ends completely blank (i can then use it again to copy a cd of normal lenght).
is it the cd-writer? any ideas?
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