OT: Audio CD's with DAO Under Linux?
kerry at gotss.net
Wed Dec 26 20:17:20 EST 2001
You see different values because cdrdao must scan for pregaps
by itself. when you say crc errors I presume you mean
the message about 5000 q-subchannels with crc errors;
that is normal. You could try generic-mmc-raw to see if it gives you better results
but I have found that creative drives aren't good at index/pregap scanning.
cdrdao works well for me; I use v1.1.3 with my hardware but 1.1.5 is out.
You can set up the config file for v1.1.5 to stop you having to specify
the --driver and --device options on each run or do what I did and write a 1-line
Over all I found cdrdao to work well for me.
On Wed, Dec 26, 2001 at 01:40:45PM -0700, Steve Holmes wrote:
> I'm curious; what tools do you find best for creating audio CD's with
> disk-at-once (DAO) or simply copying audio cd's with Linux? I've read the
> cd-writing HOWTO and played around with cdrdao but ran into some strang
> CRC errors when reading the table of contents and I've also noticed some
> problems with proper placement of track boundaries on the finished
> product. When I compared a contents listing from cdparanoia and from
> cdrdao, I saw different values in the time fields so somehow, these guys
> are not created equal.
> I've successfully created data cd's recently and that seemed to go great.
> I am using a Creative CDRW-8438E modle and am trying to use the
> generic-mmc driver as cdrdao would not auto detect for me:(. Any ideas
> out there?
> Thanks for the help.
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