[ubuntu-studio-users] writing a CD-image from a wav and a cue file
roydamen at gmail.com
Fri Jun 22 14:24:08 UTC 2018
If i may say something about this: it is strange that a pressing-company
askes for this. Burning the raw wav and cue as a data disk should be
enough. They can make the iso themselves if needed (and if they know so
2018-06-20 9:19 GMT+02:00 bart deruyter <bart.deruyter at gmail.com>:
> I managed to get it done with a workaround, it's not an iso though, but
> from my research it seems that it is not really possible, or good to make
> an iso from an audio CD because an audio CD doesn't contain data blocks...
> a bit too technical for me.
> Anyhow, I managed to create a .bin image, which is aparently meant for
> audio-CD's, together with a toc by using good old 'Rhythmbox' :-) .
> I did have to create a physical CD first though, and in my eyes that is
> redundancy, it should be somehow possible to create a bin-file without
> having to burn an actual CD.
> (I think it used to be possible in previous versions of Ardour, if I
> remember it correctly, but now it isn't anymore)
> Then in Rhythmbox, copy CD to image, which creates a bin-file.
> When trying the same in K3b, copying the actual physical CD to an image,
> K3b again created a series of wav files instead of an image file :-( .
> Anyhow, Rhythmbox saved me, I now am sending our album to get pressed..
> exciting :-D .
> By the way, the artwork and the music, it was all written, recorded and
> mixed in ubuntustudio with the extra packages of KX-studio ;-)
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> Op di 19 jun. 2018 om 20:32 schreef Erich Eickmeyer <
> erich at ericheickmeyer.com>:
>> On 06/19/2018 10:50 AM, bart deruyter wrote:
>> > Hello,
>> > I have now spent a few hours on finding a way to write an audio-cd
>> > image. Time to ask for help :-) .
>> > Here some background to understand what I need to achieve:
>> > I've got all the songs of my album in one long ardour session, which I
>> > exported as one long wav-file, together with a .cue file.
>> > From that wav and cue file I can perfectly write regular physical
>> > audio-CD's with K3b, (brasero seems to fail with cue files completely)
>> > but when set K3b to 'only create image', it creates 13 seperate wav
>> > files, which are the 13 seperate songs. I'd expect a .iso, but
>> > whatever I try, I only get those 13 seperate wavs.
>> > So, I guess I must be missing something fundamental here.. but what?
>> > In ohter words, is there some way to create an iso from only a wav and
>> > a cue file? I need it to send it to the company who'll press our CD's.
>> > grtz, and thanks in advance
>> > Bart
>> Hi Bart,
>> I just looked into this and I'm completely stumped, but I don't have a
>> way to replicate what you are trying to accomplish. Anyone else on this
>> list is welcome to chime-in.
>> I'd highly recommend getting onto the Freenode IRC network and asking
>> someone in #ubuntustudio, #kubuntu, #ubuntu, or #k3b (you might have to
>> wait to get a response, especially in #k3b, sometimes hours for any of
>> those channels). Kubuntu and Ubuntu Studio are different flavors of the
>> same Linux distribution, and since k3b isn't exclusive to just Ubuntu
>> Studio, you have more than one channel for help. If you go to a chat
>> room, someone is more likely to be able to walk you through it.
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