mp3burn is a simple command-line tool for making audio CDs from MP3s, OGGs, and/or FLAGS without filling up your disk with .wav files.
|Tags||multimedia Sound/Audio CD Audio CD Writing|
Release Notes: Time calculation support for FLAC files was added. Time calculation for Ogg Vorbis now uses a Perl module.
Release Notes: Some small fixes were made in the ATIP code.
Release Notes: OGG and Flac support is now included. You can now use configuration files to store options. Long command line options are now supported. ATIP and playlist support have been added.
Release Notes: Changes since 0.02 include bugfixes to the dummy option, Perl >=5.005 MPEG:MP3Info module inclusion, and the requirement that ~/.mp3burnrc cannot be world-writable as it is unsafe. New features in mp3burn include a time check that can now be based on CDR ATIP time, the $CDR_DEVICE environment variable now being checked, and the default tempdir can be specified in ~/.mp3burnrc.
Release Notes: This release fixes problems with weird filenames and non-standard bitrates. New features include a config file, support for time checking (using MPEG::MP3Info), and several new command-line options.