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Fri Aug 27 18:37:03 UTC 2010
2010/8/27 NoOp <glgxg at sbcglobal.net>:
> On 08/26/2010 09:43 AM, Johnny Rosenberg wrote:
>> 2010/8/26 Chris Jones <jonesc at hep.phy.cam.ac.uk>:
>>> Yes, but I thought the OP's point was he shouldn't have to do this by
>>> hand first. The application itself should take care of it. I believe k3b
>>> does, for instance.
>>> cheers Chris
>> Yes, that's exactly my point. When I installed Ubuntu for the very
>> first time in summer 2007 (Ubuntu 7.04) I was very impressed that the
>> default burning software (Gnomebaker) let me burn my 24-bit files
>> directly without having to convert them first. I don't burn Audio CD's
>> very often but a few days back I tried to and then I found this ”bug”
>> or lack of feature.
> Perhaps this will help?
A little. I can see there how they can make an image of a data CD, but
that option is missing for Audio CD projects, unfortunately.
>> So I installed the old Gnomebaker and tried again, this time successfully.
> So, Gnomebaker did convert the 24-bit files for you?
Yes, it seems so. My files are definitely 24-bit, the CD was burned
and I could play it in my nine year old car, which CD player only
supports audio CD.
>> Anyway, this issue was only mentioned as a background description to
>> the question I wanted to ask, so back to my question again, please:
>> Can I ”burn” to an image file with Gnomebaker, instead of burning
>> directly to a CD? If so, how? Because I failed to figure it out…
> In Gnomebaker:
> Help|Contents|Usage|3.6 Burn an ISO Image
That section describes how you burn an existing ISO image to a CD, but
I want to create the ISO image.
Well, it seems like I can only create images for data CD/DVD projects,
not Audio projects, so that's probably the answer to my question.
Thanks for helping and pointing me in the right directions.
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