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Old 03-28-2017, 08:11 PM   #16
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Ondoho, many thanks that done the trick. Now I just need to try it and see if sound leveling will work. Thank everybody for the answers I needed.
Great news dwalt - Cheers !
 
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I tend to convert my audio to .cdr format before burning an audio disc. Similar to wav, except big endian.

44.1kHz
16 bit
signed
big endian
stereo

Using sox can help. As far as mp3's, I needed to install mpg321 in debian to be able to work with them (mpv to play video with mp3 audio). And libsox-fmt-mp3 for sox to play with them. And lame to make them. YMMV

$ sox track01.mp3 -r 44100 -c 2 -b 16 -e signed --endian big track01.cdr
(used to just be -f cdr, *sigh*)

This would save a bit of time when making multiple discs. It wouldn't have to convert it to the cdr format when outputting to disc for every disc. But computers are MUCH faster these days. And the costs are now negligible.
 
  


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