Changed audio statements to reflect new situation

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Thomas Schmitt 16 years ago
parent 401329f710
commit 8961d47fed
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      cdrskin/README

@ -174,14 +174,16 @@ Burn a compressed afio archive to CD on-the-fly
find . | afio -oZ - | cdrskin -v dev=1,1,0 fs=32m speed=8 -sao \
driveropts=burnfree padsize=300k tsize=650m -
Burn 5 audio tracks to CD
Burn 6 audio tracks from files with different formats to CD.
Anything except .wav files has to be converted into raw format first
ogg123 -d raw -f track01.cd /path/to/track1.ogg
oggdec -R -o track02.cd /path/to/track2.ogg
lame --decode -t /path/to/track3.mp3 track03.cd
madplay -o raw:track04.cd /path/to/track4.mp3
mppdec --raw-le /path/to/track5.mpc track05.cd
cdrskin dev=/dev/hdc blank=fast fs=0 -eject -audio track0[1-5].cd
cdrskin dev=/dev/hdc blank=fast fs=0 -eject \
-audio track0[1-5].cd /path/to/track6.wav
Usage example with http://scdbackup.sourceforge.net
@ -332,19 +334,18 @@ fs=16m
Audio CD
Builtin extraction of raw audio data from filetypes .au and .wav is not
implemented yet. Lorenzo Taylor enabled option -audio in cdrskin (thanks !)
and reports neat results with audio data files which are :
headerless
44100Hz
16bit, stereo (or 4-channel if the 4-channel bit is set),
Lorenzo Taylor enabled option -audio in cdrskin (thanks !) and reports neat
results with audio data files which are :
headerless PCM
44100 Hz sampling rate
16 bit persample
stereo (2 channels)
little-endian byte order
He proposes to extract them from usual audio formats by commands like
given above under "Usage examples".
Files with name extension .wav get examined wether they are in Microsoft WAVE
format with above parameters and eventually get extracted by cdrskin itself.
All other formats (including SUN's format .au) are to be extracted by commands
like those given above under "Usage examples".
The existence of cdrecord-builtin .wav extraction seems to have
hampered the development of a standalone stripping tool. If you know
a command line that would do the trick, contact me or libburn.pykix.org .
I myself am not into audio. So libburn-hackers@pykix.org might be the
best address for suggestions, requests and bug reports.

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