[ardour-dev] cd markers patch
beatroot at optushome.com.au
Tue Nov 30 11:38:09 PST 2004
this patch should do the following:
display the markers in time order instead of creation order in the
add a new snap value "CD Frames" which snaps to 1/75 second.
remove the 'export cd markers' entry from the session menu.
'editor_cd.cc' should not be built.
add three new options when exporting an audio file to disk:
export CUE file - exports a CUE file that K3b can understand.
export TOC file - exports a TOC file that K3b can't understand, but
cdrdao can. don't ask me why. perhaps this is a K3b bug.
export None - exports your audio file only.
in the case of CUE and TOC file export, the audio content leading up to
the first CD marker in your session will be used as the pregap in for
the first track only. sensible people will place their first song at
00:02:00 and use the silence before this as their pregap.
after this first track, there will be no pregap available, as ardour
doesn't yet have a CD track end marker. i hope to change this later.
TOC and CUE files will *not* be valid unless you use the 'snap to CD
Frames' setting when you place your CD markers (including the end
marker). this is because i don't think ardour should magically move any
markers without telling you.
yes, i know it's stupid to not be able to measure time in CD frames if
you can snap to them. this requires a new ruler, which will be around
soon (i hope).
to use an exported CUE file with K3b, use tools->cd->burn cd image.
select your cue file and press 'start'.
if your exported audio file is called 'maquina_de_ritmo.wav", it's CUE
file will be in the same directory as your exported audio file. it's
name will be 'maquina_de_ritmo.wav.cue'. a similar thing will happen
with a TOC file, only it will be called 'maquina_de_ritmo.wav.toc'.
complaints are welcome.
nick mainsbridge <beatroot at optushome.com.au>
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