On Mon, Aug 02, 2004 at 10:47:15AM -0400, Ada Cheng wrote:
> You can just specify the tracks to be ripped using cdda2wav with -t,
> thereby skipping the multimedia track.
 
Thanks for your reply!

I already tried that (although stupid me forgot to mention that in the
original post), and various combinations of individual tracks and track
ranges, to no avail. It does not fail trying to rip the data track, it
fails during the last *audio* track, no matter what I do.

Although if you speak from experience and have succeeded ripping
enhanced CDs that way (-t switch) then my problem must lie somewhere
else, or I didn't try hard enough.

> On Mon, 2 Aug 2004, Andreas Ntaflos wrote:
> 
> > Hello list,
> >
> > FreeBSD 4.10-STABLE, using ripit.pl (audio/ripit) with lame and dagrab.
> >
> > I've got a (quite simple?) question which keeps me up at nights (not
> > really :-).
> >
> > How do you rip those audio CDs that are "enhanced"? That's the CDs
> > that have such fancy "multimedia" features you can use when you put
> > the CD in a CD-ROM drive (under Windows of course), eg play some
> > low-quality music video or navigate around some menus. I am of course
> > not interested in any of those features, just want to make some MP3s
> > from that CD so I can put them on my MP3 player.
> >
> > Here's the problem I have with every CD of that kind: I can rip every
> > audio track except the last one, that is the track that comes before
> > the data track on the CD, eg:
> >
> > Track 01: audio
> > .
> > .
> > .
> > Track 09: audio
> > Track 10: data
> >
> > An example of such a CD is the "Rock in Rio" album by Iron Maiden.
> >
> > Ripping track 09 from the CD fails, no matter what ripper I use
> > (dagrab, dd, cdparanoia, cdda2wav). Unfortunately I can't reproduce any
> > error messages at the moment, but maybe someone knows what I mean? It
> > basically stops reading after about 90% of the track and exists with an
> > error message. Note: ripping and encoding normal CDs works like a
> > charme, from the first to the last track.
> >
> > Using a Windows machine to rip an "enhanced" CD works of course, but
> > I should be really surprised if such a task was impossible under
> > FreeBSD.
> >
> > Does anybody have an idea? I'd appreciate any help.
> >
> > Thanks in advance.
> > --
> > Andreas "daff" Ntaflos | "A cynic is a man who knows the price of
> > daff AT dword DOT org  | everything, and the value of nothing."
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