On 27 August 2006, at 16:26, Gary Kline wrote:

        I have a DVD burner in my newest server; my thinking is that
        I would burn some N *.mp3 files onto a DVD, then play it back.

On what?

        The questions are whether I would have to create a filesystem,
        or if the DVD format would  allow/see the *.mp3's audio or
        data.  Or what!

What DVD format? There is no DVD format. You can put files on one however you want. However, if you want a DVD player to read it, it has to be an ISO file system and files have to be in a certain place. This setup doesn't support mp3s directly, but you might want to look in to the "dvd audio" standard, and I'm not sure if there is a port for buring that, or not...

What I'm trying to say, is if you are just gonna play them back on your computer, it doesn't matter where you put them, you can use standard tools like mkisofs, etc..

Gary Kline [EMAIL PROTECTED] www.thought.org Public service Unix

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