burnCDDA − writes Audio-CDs with cdrdao or cdrecord
Starts the user interface
burncdda [option] file
burnCDDA is a shell script that copies Audio-CDs with cdrdao or writes new Audio-CDs with cdrecord. You can burn M3U playlists or directories with MP3, Ogg Vorbis, Musepack, Flac, WMA, M4A and WAV files.
Burn M3U playlist
-c file Check MP3s in M3U playlist
All settings are saved in config files: /etc/burncdda.conf (OR ~/.burncdda ). See /etc/burncdda.conf for further information!
Copy CD: First writes A BIN and a TOC file to the hard disk and then burns an Audio-CD of them.
Burn playlist/directory: Converts files in the playlist/directorie to WAVs named example.XX.wav and burns them to CD-R.
Check files in playlist/directory: Checks the files in the playlist/directory for errors.
Burn WAV/Image files: Burns converted WAVs or ripped TOC/BIN files.
Normalize: Uses normalize to get the same loudness on all CD tracks. Useful for sampler CDs but not recommended to be used at albums.
CD-Extra: Burns a CD-Extra (mixed mode CD): Audio tracks go to the first session, the source audio files go to the second session. This way CD-Players should only see the audio tracks but you can mount the CD on computers to see the source audio files. Useful if you burn CDs from lossy audio files and you want to have mp3 files again in the future.
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burnCDDA (C) 2001 by Thorsten Muehlfelder <email@example.com>
burnCDDA comes with ABSOLUTELY NO WARRANTY. This is free software, and you are welcome to redistribute it under terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation.