kauer at biplane.com.au
Fri Mar 28 00:19:31 UTC 2008
On Thu, 2008-03-27 at 17:58 -0600, Karl Larsen wrote:
> If you READ what he said he has a very old cd-rom reader in his car
> and it can't read MP3. He wants to change the files to .cda so his
> reader will work.
Given that a .cda file is a direct representation of the contents of an
audio CD, it makes little sense to burn a data disk with .cda files on
it. Maybe as a backup, but not to play them. Does *any* CD player, no
matter how old, actually play .cda data files?
I find your interpretation of his question to be very unlikely;
certainly much less likely than the alternative which is that he wants
to burn audio CDs. It is certainly dubious enough that you maybe
shouldn't be telling people to "learn to read".
PS: He didn't say CDROM reader, he said CD player. These are very
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