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burnCDDA

burnCDDA is a console frontend to cdrdao, cdrecord, MPlayer, mpg321, oggdec, mppdec, flac, normalize, and mp3_check. It can be used to create audio CDs from an M3U playlist (the playlist format of XMMS and amaroK) or from files inside a directory. It supports MP3, OGG Vorbis, Musepack, FLAC, WMA, M4A, and WAV files, and it might be the easiest way to copy an audio CD.

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  •  17 May 2011 12:08

    Release Notes: The function location has changed from /usr/lib/burncdda to /usr/share/burnccda.

    •  19 Feb 2009 00:44

      Release Notes: A new command line option was added.

      •  11 Apr 2008 17:31

        Release Notes: A CD-Extra mode and new burning options menu for CD-Extra and normalization were added. A major bug in command line options and some small bugs were fixed. The man page was updated.

        •  01 Apr 2008 13:58

          Release Notes: A bug in the setup function was fixed.

          •  20 Mar 2008 13:45

            Release Notes: A "-cd" command line option was added to check files in the current directory. Futhermore, references to MB were changed to MiB (mebibyte), and some code cleanups were done.

            Recent comments

            23 Jan 2009 15:45 gapan

            Thanks!
            Cool stuff!

            18 Dec 2008 13:41 punkrock

            Really nice
            Especially I like the feature to check the audio files for errors. Thumbs up!

            23 Apr 2007 17:16 kaiserdom

            Great tool!
            Many thanks for this tool!

            08 Sep 2006 05:07 bockbier

            Re: Great program!


            > Hi!

            > Thank you for this excellent program. I

            > use it

            > everytime to burn music CDs.

            > Especially the normalize option works

            > very well if I

            > want to burn samplers from various

            > artists.

            >

            > Greetz

            > B.

            Yes, it's the best tool for burning audio CDs!

            09 Jun 2006 03:15 bugmenot

            Great program!
            Hi!

            Thank you for this excellent program. I use it

            everytime to burn music CDs.

            Especially the normalize option works very well if I

            want to burn samplers from various artists.

            Greetz

            B.

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