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  •  11 Apr 2008 10:31
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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.

  •  04 Oct 2007 13:34
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Release Notes: A setup menu was added. The code was reviewed and reordered. Several bugs were fixed, and install.sh was improved.

  •  13 Sep 2007 14:32
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Release Notes: Now it is possible to burn files inside a directory without a playlist.

  •  14 Nov 2006 17:48
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Release Notes: MPlayer is now used to decode all files. You can optionally use the old decoders. With MPlayer it is possible to burn many more file format, including WMA, M4A, and even audio within video files. High quality resampling can also be performed if necessary.

  •  15 Feb 2005 08:39
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Release Notes: FLAC audio files are now supported.

  •  14 Nov 2006 17:48
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Release Notes: Playlists can now be selected from a list in the burn/convert/check option, and mMore playlists can be burned in one job. WAVs are now named like their playlist.

  •  14 Nov 2006 17:51
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Release Notes: Some config file options were changed. Now there is only one writing speed setting for cdrecord and cdrdao. The default device now is "/dev/hdc" (which should work for linux 2.6 udev users). The CD images are also saved in directories (like the WAV files). A delete option was added. The "burn WAVs" and "burn image" options were combined into one option. The nice value for decoding, normalizing, and ripping now is adjustable.

  •  14 Nov 2006 17:51
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Release Notes: All files are now saved in a default image directory (~/cdda). Support for spaces in all filenames has been added.

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