[linux-audio-user] cdrdao simulate --device /dev/sda1
rtp405 at yahoo.com
Thu May 26 19:49:30 EDT 2005
--- Arnold Krille <arnold at roederberg.dyndns.org>
> On Friday 27 May 2005 00:07, R Parker wrote:
> > I have a TOC and corresponding .wav file that
> > 12 songs for an album. The album is on a deadline
> > be printed in less than 24 hours. So the album
> > to be uploaded to an ftp server at the dupe house.
> > This seems like it should be a no brainer but for
> > life of me...I need to write to a hard disk rather
> > than to /dev/cdwriter.
> > Can this be done?
> > If not then I have to produce each individual song
> > a document for the dupe house to work with but
> that is
> > not what I want.
I'm tired and not being very clear. Sorry!
> Do they want every song as a wave-format on hd? Then
> burn it and rip it again
> with cdparanoia.
I have one wave format file that is every song;
master01.wav and a Table of Contents file (cd.toc)
that describes the starts, lengths and text fields.
What I need is an image file that is exactly what gets
burned to the CD to be burned onto my hard disk. I
don't see where this can be done though. And Nick
Mainsbridge informs me that I can provide the
duplication house with the master01.wav and cd.toc and
they will burn the master. It makes sense. I'll upload
both files to a duplication house ftp server and see
how they respond.
> I remember some old cd-burning-docs talking about
> using partitions for testing
> but that was for iso-images, not audio-cd's...
Right, the loopback device rings a bell somewhere in
my memory bank. :)
> Don't they accept cd's as masters?
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