Art Alexion on 15 Apr 2006 14:20:40 -0000

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Re: [PLUG] burning flac to audio cd

On Saturday 15 April 2006 06:43, Ed Stokes wrote:
> Michael Lazin wrote:
> > Hi, I recorded some old records and tapes in flac format and would
> > like to burn them to CDs.  Can anyone recommend linux software for
> > making an audio cd from a .flac file?
> short answer: K3b ( makes this pretty easy
If you don't have KDE installed, the following script worked for me. (Now that 
I installed KDE, k3b is much easier, especially if you have a CD player that 
supports CD-Text.)


for i in ./*.flac; do flac -d $i -o ${i//flac/wav}; sox \
${i//flac/wav} ${i//flac/cdr}; rm ${i//flac/wav}; done

cdrecord -v speed=10 dev=/dev/hdc driveropts=burnfree -dao -pad -overburn 
-audio ./*.cdr

rm *.cdr


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