[ardour-users] Setting CD track makers for export?
jesse at essej.net
Thu May 20 07:14:17 PDT 2004
If that's really what you are doing, I would recommend gcdmaster
(comes with cdrdao) instead. It does only that, and it does a
much better job at it.
Scott Helmke wrote on Thu, 20-May-2004:
> Aha! That's just what I needed - I can reliably dump my minidisc recordings
> in with arecord (60 minutes without an xrun in Ardour is just not
> happening), use Ardour to quickly set location markers, then knock together
> a cdrdao TOC with the export.
> Took a couple minutes to figure out that the markers come out in blocks:
> 1 29702 (first marker in file)
> 29702 * 588 samples (from cdrdao man page) / 44100 = 396.02 seconds, which is
> indeed my first track length.
> All the remains is to plug those into a TOC file and burn!
> Thanks much,
> In accordance with the prophesy, you wrote:
> > Scott Helmke wrote on Thu, 20-May-2004:
> > > So obviously it's possible to export CD track markers... but how do I
> > > set them? I've set location markers and not gotten anything in the
> > > export. Do I need to rename the location markers to specific name, open
> > > a hidden CD marker section, or what?
> > >
> > > My main use right now is transferring concert recordings, so being able
> > > to get markers out and into a cdrdao TOC would be wonderful.
> > Open up the Locations window, and check the CD checkbox on the
> > markers you want to export.
> > You should verify the correctness of the exported file, if possible
> > before using for a burn. Let us know if there are problems....
> > jlc
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