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k0ljat 12-13-2003 04:45 AM

Can i write a audio cd with cdrecord ?
 
i have a directory which has all the mp3's that i want on my cd, i have cdrecord utlily'i, the dir where the cd's are is /home/neeger/mp3, now could somebody tell me what command to i have to use ?

Hitokiri_X 12-13-2003 05:34 AM

cdrecord -v speed=2 dev=0,0,0 -audio track1.wav track2.wav (of course replace it with your settings.)

k0ljat 12-13-2003 06:37 AM

do i have to be in that directory where the song's are or smth like this :


cdrecord -v speed=8 dev=0,0,0 -audio /mnt/music/plah.mp3 /mnt/music /plah1.mp3 ?

Hitokiri_X 12-13-2003 08:13 AM

Quote:

Originally posted by k0ljat
do i have to be in that directory where the song's are or smth like this :


cdrecord -v speed=8 dev=0,0,0 -audio /mnt/music/plah.mp3 /mnt/music /plah1.mp3 ?

yeah,you can do it that way too.

sudhir 12-13-2003 08:17 AM

Nope... I dont think starting off with cdrecord will not do... First, you have to make an iso image using the mkisofs command (is'nt it ????)... Something like this

mkisofs -o <any name>.iso -J -R -A -V -v /home/<mp3 song directory>

Here replace any name with anything u want to... and then point to the directory where the songs are.. no need to list out the individual songs.. just the directory wud be fine.. and before doing this make sure the directory size is within the CD size ... which means if you have a 700 MB blank CD then have a directory below that size.. put the rest of the songs in another directory

once u have made the iso file, then use the cdrecord... something like this...

cdrecord -v -eject speed=4 dev=<.....> <the path to the iso file>

Here the dev is the device number of your cdrom which you can find by doing

cdrecord -scanbus (as root)

mine says 0,0,0 ... so I would replace the <.....> with dev=0,0,0 .... understood ???

And the path to the file is the place where u made the iso image.. if U made it in your home directory and if the device number is 0,0,0, then it would just look like

cdrecord -v -eject speed=4 dev=0,0,0 /home/koljat/songs.iso

Got that ??? I just had to use your user name in this forum to make the point... replace it with the actual path to the iso file...

Hope this helps !!!!!!!!

NOTE: Did I sound like a teacher ??? LOL


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