[LAU] extracting files from a cd
Gabriel M. Beddingfield
gabrbedd at gmail.com
Fri Oct 1 19:16:50 UTC 2010
I don't have a direct answer to your question... but...
1. Is track 11 a real audio track... or is it perhaps
"data"? (Also known as an "enhanced CD").
2. You might prefer the CLI 'jack' instead of trying
to use a gooey utility. (sudo apt-get install jack)
On Fri, 1 Oct 2010, Michael Weaver wrote:
> my name is Michael and I am a newby to this list as someone on the Orca
> list pointed me in the direction of this list as regarding a question I
> I am running Ubuntu Lucid and was using Audio CD extractor for
> extracting tracks from CDs.
> I have one CD of a 2 disc set where only the first 10 tracks on the
> second CD only want to be extracted to my music folder.
> When I look at the check boxes in Audio CD Extractor I see all of the
> check boxes checked apart from track 11 which doesn't appear at all.
> I use the Orca screenreader and when I read the table with the arrow
> keys I have track 1 check box checked, track 2 check box checked right
> up to track 10, it doesn't say any status for track 11 and the next box
> appears as track 12 and that is checked down to track 19 which is the
> list track on that CD.
> I notice that I get a message about the album not being recognised by
> Music Brains or something and possibly asked if I want to submit the
> album for adding to the database so I am wondering if this is the reason
> while only the first 10 tracks are converted and sent to my music folder
> so I don't get the whole of that CD when I copy the contents to my
> Plextalk player.
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