Subject: Re: [linux-audio-user] copy audio cd
From: Patrick Shirkey (kotau_AT_firstlinux.net)
Date: Wed Mar 20 2002 - 11:02:12 EET
Jeorg Shilling the writer of cdrecord has made numerous posts saying that when you burn data over 700MB you are not guaranteed any results. He also says those cds that do work will probably not work on every machine. It seems if you want to write a lot of data reliably at the mo then you need to get a dvd R/W.
No harm in trying though right?
-- Patrick Shirkey - Boost Hardware Ltd For the discerning hardware connoisseur http://www.boosthardware.com http://www.boosthardware.com/LAU/Linux_Audio_Users_Guide/
--- Adriaan Pelzer <adriaan_AT_trispen.com> wrote: >On Mon 18 Mar 02 13:19, you wrote: >> el Mon, 18 Mar 2002 12:35:44 +0800 >> >> "Daniel V." <dvenkita_AT_rand.ss.ecel.uwa.edu.au> escribió: >> > Try using cdrdao's overburn option when you invoke it. >> >> thank you, but my original message said: >> > 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). >> >> any other ideas? > >I normally use cdda2wav and cdrecord with -dao flag. I don't think a pipe >will work, unless you select a sufficiently low speed in cdrecord. I just do >it in two steps. (Takes longer, but has a 100% success rate) > >Regards, >Adriaan Pelzer
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