Disc-cover provides an easy way to produce covers for audio CDs. It scans audio CDs and uses information from the CDDB or CDINDEX database to build a back and front cover for the CD. Output is in Latex, Dvi, PDF, Postscript, HTML, plain ASCII, or any other format suited for cdlabelgen.
shn2make works with sets of SHN or FLAC audio files and the make program to automate the burning of archive and audio CDs, and the encoding of MP3 and Ogg files. It finds the SHN or FLAC files in the current directory and verifies the MD5 checksums. It then looks for the .nfo or .txt file, finds the song names, and matches the songs to the available files. If everything is correct, it outputs the text of a Makefile. The targets of the makefile automate the various tasks that need to be done with SHN and FLAC sets. For example, "make Ogg" will uncompress and then encode all the files in the set to named and tagged Ogg Vorbis files.
PostScript::CDCover generates a Postscript program that prints a CD cover and backlabel, with contents displayed as a tree of directories and files. The module ships with a stand-alone, ready-to-use script, pscdcover, that takes the directory tree of a CD-ROM as input and generates a cover from it. The output can be directly fed to a PostScript printer, but it is designed to be easily editable (should one wish to remove unwanted directory entries, for example).
CDRX is a menu-based Perl script designed to help you use your CDRW with mkisofs and cdrecord to handle ISO creation, CDROM/CDRW device scans and setup, CDRW blanking, and CDRW burns. It is designed to supplant the need for an X-based CD burning utility, to provide features not found in other Unix CD burning programs, and to be easy for beginners to use.
Simpleburner is a simple CLI application to make burning CDs and DVDs easier. It writes a directory with your files to burn to a CD. You have to set up some things like ISO image name and location for it. It can be run in modes like test burn, makeiso-only, or burn-only. More information is included in the help message.
The AudioCD Web Interface provides an easy interface for burning audio CDs. The interface allows you to simply upload wav files to a predefined directory (using Samba or FTP), configuring the track order and labels from the browser, and then simply proceed with the burn in your browser.
mp3cd-tools packs directories of MP3 files in a space-efficient way, so that they can be burnt to CD-Rs for playing on an MP3 CD player. It takes a list of directories containing MP3 files, arranged in order of favoritism, and puts as much music as possible onto each disc. It is not necessary to burn all of the planned CDs at the same time.