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Re: wav to iso and iso to audio cd



On 9/26/06, Amadeus W. M. <amadeus84 verizon net> wrote:
> Considering that one has a bunch of wav files, what it is easiest way
> of creating an ISO file corresponding to an audio CD containing all
> those wav files?

You don't create an iso file to burn an audio cd. An audio cd doesn't
have a file system on it.

At the prompt:

cdrecord -audio dev=/dev/cdwriter files*.wav

Do a man cdrecord and look for the -audio option.

Also, in gnome, I think you can do it by drag-and-drop. Just insert
the blank cd in the drive. By default, nautilus will pop up a window
for burning the cd and you drag and drop files in that window.
Never did it that way though.

Thanks to both, but I was wondering if everything could be
accomplished by using only the command line.

Paul


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