Pointing from man cdrskin to doc/cdtext.txt for CD-TEXT details

Thomas Schmitt 12 years ago
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.\" First parameter, NAME, should be all caps
.\" Second parameter, SECTION, should be 1-8, maybe w/ subsection
.\" other parameters are allowed: see man(7), man(1)
.TH CDRSKIN 1 "Dec 05, 2011"
.TH CDRSKIN 1 "Dec 12, 2011"
.\" Please adjust this date whenever revising the manpage.
.\" Some roff macros, for reference:
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The header, if present, must tell the file size minus 2, encoded as big-endian
16 bit word. The other two bytes must be 0.
If there is no 4-byte header, then a trailing 0-byte, as of Sony specification,
is tolerated and ignored.
A text pack consists of a pack type byte, a track number byte, a counter byte,
a Block Number and Character Indicator byte, 12 text characters or data bytes,
two optional CRC bytes.
Pack types are: 0x80=Title, 0x81=Performers, 0x82=Songwriters,
0x83=Composers, 0x84=Arranger, 0x85=Messages, 0x86=Disc Identification,
0x87=Genre Identification, 0x88=Table of Content Information,
0x89=Second Table of Content Information, 0x8e=UPC/EAN resp. ISRC,
0x8f=Size Information of the Block.
Track number 0 means the whole disc. Higher numbers are valid for types 0x80
to 0x85, and 0x8e. With these types, there has to be one text for the disc
and one for each track.
Block Number and Character Position Indicator consists of three bit fields:
Bit 7 indicates two-byte characters. Bit 4 to bit 6 record the block number,
which groups texts into language blocks.
Bit 0 to bit 3 is either the number of characters which the current text
inherited from the previous pack, or 15 if the current text started before
the previous pack.
The texts are terminated by 0 bytes. A text may span over several packs.
Unused characters in a pack are used for the next text of the same pack type.
If no text of the same type follows, then the remaining text bytes are
set to 0.
two optional CRC bytes. For details see libburn documentation file
By default, the input file is checked for correct CRC bytes. If all CRC bytes
are 0, then the correct values get silently inserted. If there are non-zero
CRC bytes, then a mismatch causes the abort of the burn run.
This check can be disabled by option -force.
The CRC algorithm is known as CRC-16-CCITT with divisor 0x11021.
MMC-3 says: "All bits shall be inverted."
The resulting bits have to be inverted.
.BI \-toc
Print the table of content (TOC) which describes the tracks recorded on disc.