kauer at biplane.com.au
Fri Mar 28 01:50:50 UTC 2008
On Thu, 2008-03-27 at 18:32 -0700, NoOp wrote:
> Well, you've certainly confused me - but I'll admit that I don't do
> this often enough to know much more than the process. I have a bunch
> of wave files and use k3b to create an audio cd (New Audio CD
> Project), it plays in my CD player from the 1980's. So, unless the OP
> has an 8 Track CD Player :-) it probably will work. Doesn't k3b just
> take the wav's and write them to a cdda format anyway?
Yes. The WAV format is just what kb3 takes as input - it then writes the
whole lot out to the CD in (yes) CDDA format, which is to say, not as
files, but as "raw" audio information on the CD.
This is basically what Serpentine does too. You throw WAVs or FLACs or
MP3s at it, arrange them in the order you want the tracks on the CD,
then click "Write to CD" and it writes them to the CD in such a way that
you end up with an audio CD.
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