Subject: Re: [linux-audio-user] audio CD burning bug
From: ed orphan (millward_AT_Ms.UManitoba.CA)
Date: Tue May 28 2002 - 18:09:46 EEST
In windows, the Burning-ROM automatically checks the
wav file before burning it. I just assumed my freind's burner
software did the same.
But in Linux, I used cdparanioa -v -s -B
to rip the files from the CD then
cdrecord -v speed=4 dev=0,1,0 -audio -pad track*.cdda.wav
to burn the tracks.
Maybe I should have looked at the files with Glame first,
or even listen to them. But that
can be pretty time consuming
when your burning a few CDs.
Is there any software for checking the integrity of .wav files in Linux?
On May 28, 2002 05:21 am, you wrote:
> it happend to me while burning at speed higher than the medium was built
> for. lowering burning usually gets rid of the probleme
> On Mon, 2002-05-27 at 13:52, Guenther Sohler wrote:
> > are you sure, this error/noise is not already present in the wave file
> > you burn ?
> > This once happened to me when using mpg123 to decode the wave file.
> > On 27-May-2002 ed orphan wrote:
> > > I was wondering if anyone else has this problem with
> > > burning audio CDs.
> > > Sometimes the blank CD, after being burnt, has a spike
> > > of white noise on a track or two. This sounds terrible.
> > > I've had this happen with both Memorex CD-R 700 MB
> > > and Kodak CD-R Gold Ultima 650 MB using
> > > windows98 Burning Rom and Linux cdrecord.
> > > My friend has this problem too, and he uses windows ME
> > > with a different make burner, different software, and
> > > uses Sony CD-Rs.
> > > Is there some way to avoid these white-noise spikes?
> > > Is dosn't always happens, but often enough to be
> > > very aggivating.
> > Guenther Sohler
> > NewLogic Technologies AG
> > Millennium Park 6
> > A-6890 Lustenau
> > Phone: +43-5577-62000-507
> > E-Mail: guenther.sohler_AT_newlogic.com Fax: +43-5577-62000-988
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