ubuntu-au Digest, Vol 33, Issue 11
davaweb at bigpond.net.au
Wed Nov 12 02:41:29 GMT 2008
Thanks - I assumed cd players could read the wav format because they
still appear as wav files when listed on the cd - but I accept what you
On the other issue, I can not burn in Linux using any program to date -
Rhythmbox, Serpentine, Banshee or k3b.
Perhaps more correctly, and this has only just come to my memory by
reading my notes from Edgy days to date, I can sometimes burn one on one
machine but then all fail - unless I reboot.
But in wine, using Imgburn, I have yet to have a failure, whether DVD or
CD. I would rather do it without wine, however good imgburn is.
I have two dedicated ubuntu machines and one with dual boot. The drives
are BENQ, MSI and LG.
On Wed, 2008-11-12 at 11:14 +0900, Christopher Lees wrote:
> On Tue, 2008-11-11 at 12:00 +0000, David Ryder wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I need the wav format to play in some of my cd players that do not
> > accept mp3.
> Audio CDs use CDA format, not WAVE. Remember that audio CDs were on the
> market for years before Windows came along (that's what the W stands for
> in WAVE). A WAVE file will be converted at burn time anyway, so just
> skip the step and use Rhythmbox, Serpentine, Banshee etc to create an
> audio CD straight from your MP3 files.
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