[linux-audio-user] writing audio to a cd

Arnold Krille arnold at roederberg.dyndns.org
Fri May 27 09:56:10 EDT 2005


On Friday 27 May 2005 15:17, Nick Torenvliet wrote:
> Okay, so here is the prince of dumb questions...
> I have a song in ardour- four tracks... and I want to write it to an
> audio cd so I can play it on any cd player... could someone fill in the
> blanks for me....

Inside ardour you create the regions (in the regions/locations editor) which 
should be the songs on the cd. Mark the "CD" checkbox. Than select 
File/Export/"Into soundfile" and in the following screen also select the 
option to create the toc or cue file. You than get the wave-file for your cd 
(be sure to use 44kHz and 16bit) and the toc. cdrdao will burn it and your 
cd-player can read the cd...

> >From ardour I export into a _________ file
> Then I fire up handy dandy application ___________ and import the file
> Then I export it to __________ format
> Then I burn an audio cd using that whiz bang app ____________?

No need to use anything other than ardour and your burning-app.


BTW: k3b doesn't recognize the tocs or cues so you have to use the commandline 

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