Cdrdao records audio/data CD-Rs in disk-at-once (DAO) mode based on a textual description of the CD contents (toc-file). Features include full control over length and contents of pre-gaps (pause areas between tracks). Pre-gaps may be completely omitted, e.g. for dividing live recordings into tracks. Control over sub-channel data like catalog numbers, copy, pre-emphasis, 2-/4-channel flags, ISRC code, and index marks are provided as well. GCDMaster is a Gnome GUI front-end that lets you import MP3 and WAV files, select track markers and cut/copy/paste audio snippets before burning.
|Tags||multimedia Sound/Audio CD Audio CD Writing CD Ripping Archiving|
|Operating Systems||Windows Windows OS/2 POSIX|
Release Notes: Many bugs and compilation problems were fixed, including an old off-by-one pregap computation issue. A number of native SCSI backends were added. The native Linux SCSI backend should be used by default over libscg. A simple Preferences dialog was added to gcdmaster.
Release Notes: This release contains some fixes related to gcc 4.1 compilation issues, as well as a fix for a GCDMaster file insertion bug. It also contains a patch to add device locking under Win32.
Release Notes: This is mostly a bugfix release that addresses a number of problems with more recent versions of gcc, and several bad bugs that triggered early exits when compiled with optimization flags.
Release Notes: This release includes a fix for a potential local root exploit in cdrdao, as well as a number of interesting new features, such as MP3 and OGG support in both cdrdao and GCDMaster, as well as improved CUE support. GCDMaster was upgraded to the gtkmm 2.4 API, and comes with many bugfixes.
Release Notes: This release features bug and compilation fixes, an upgrade to a newer scsilib library (from cdrtools 2.01a31), as well as some new cdrdao options and features (MMC driver auto-detection, discid command, the --full-burn option). Future releases of gcdmaster will be based on gtkmm 2.4 rather than gtkmm 2.2.