CD players not working
lolinux.soare at gmail.com
Thu Jan 22 09:41:22 UTC 2015
On Jan 22, 2015 7:19 AM, "MR ZenWiz" <mrzenwiz at gmail.com> wrote:
> I'm running Xubuntu 14.04.1 with all the latest updates, and for some
> reason neither of my two disc burners seems to be able to play a song,
> or maybe I should say the software won't play the discs.
> Mplayer stops and starts every second or so with pauses between each
> second played.
> Parole can't read the tracks: "GStreamer backend error - Could not
> handle CDDA URI"
> Because of those, I installed mplayer-gui, which wont' run because it
> says "Error in skin config file on line 6: PNG read error in
> My drive 0 is a blue-ray burner on which I just burned an audio CD
> that I'm trying to play.
> My drive 1 is a DVD burner that gets the same error in parole and
> mplayer gets EOF before anything.
> Is there a better choice of media player, or are my drives bad
> (neither one is that old), or ???
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Try to rip one track from the CD, this would tell you if the burner(s) can
read the CD, and then try to listen to the file. If I remember correctly,
can use Audacity for this.
If that works, then maybe try one of those big media players/managers like
banshee, or others (you can search in Synaptic and choose one you might
like). Hopefully they will be able to play your disks.
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