Re: Copying audio CD with dd/cdrecord produces unplayable CD

2008-11-29 Thread Yuri
Polytropon wrote: It sounds like byte order reversal which makes the typical noise. In order to 1:1 copy a CD, I'd recommend the use of the cdrdao tool - cdrdao read-cd and cdrdao write are the commands. It's easy to use them in order to get a CD at once and then reproduce it to blank media.

Re: Copying audio CD with dd/cdrecord produces unplayable CD

2008-11-29 Thread Yuri
Polytropon wrote: On Fri, 28 Nov 2008 23:26:51 -0800, Yuri [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: If you need to use cdrecord, you can preprocess the .cdr files with sox -x. You can always use the play command (from sox) to check what your files sound like. 'sox -x' fails for some tracks with the

Re: Copying audio CD with dd/cdrecord produces unplayable CD

2008-11-29 Thread Polytropon
On Sat, 29 Nov 2008 00:53:32 -0800, Yuri [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Polytropon wrote: On Fri, 28 Nov 2008 23:26:51 -0800, Yuri [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: If you need to use cdrecord, you can preprocess the .cdr files with sox -x. You can always use the play command (from sox) to check

Re: Copying audio CD with dd/cdrecord produces unplayable CD

2008-11-29 Thread Roland Smith
On Fri, Nov 28, 2008 at 11:26:51PM -0800, Yuri wrote: I am trying to copy an audio CD. First I've ran: dd if=/dev/acd0tN of=track-N.cdr bs=2352 for every track. This gets raw track files. It is better to use cdparanoia (from the audio/cdparanoia port), since it outputs WAV files. It also

Re: Copying audio CD with dd/cdrecord produces unplayable CD

2008-11-29 Thread Joerg Schilling
I am trying to copy an audio CD. First I've ran: dd if=/dev/acd0tN of=track-N.cdr bs=2352 for every track. This gets raw track files. Secondly I run: cdrecord -v -dao -audio $* dev=2,0,0 speed=4 This is supposed to recreate the original CD. But when I try to play it I can hear only noise.

Re: Copying audio CD with dd/cdrecord produces unplayable CD

2008-11-29 Thread Mel
On Saturday 29 November 2008 09:10:44 Yuri wrote: Polytropon wrote: It sounds like byte order reversal which makes the typical noise. In order to 1:1 copy a CD, I'd recommend the use of the cdrdao tool - cdrdao read-cd and cdrdao write are the commands. It's easy to use them in order to

Re: Copying audio CD with dd/cdrecord produces unplayable CD

2008-11-29 Thread Yuri
Joerg Schilling wrote: Well, you should not expect to get a usable read result from dd. Why? Handbook recommends the use of dd for audio CD ripping. Yuri ___ freebsd-questions@freebsd.org mailing list

Re: Copying audio CD with dd/cdrecord produces unplayable CD

2008-11-29 Thread Yuri
Joerg Schilling wrote: Well, then the handbook is sub-optimal. dd in general does not work at all to read CD-Audio; FreeBSD is an exception with repect to the fact that you get data at all. Here is a list of cons for dd even on FreeBSD: - dd may not work with all drives - Do you know

Re: Copying audio CD with dd/cdrecord produces unplayable CD

2008-11-29 Thread Yuri
Polytropon wrote: Strange... are these definitely audio CD tracks? You could They are definitely raw audio CD tracks. use this form to explicitely tell sox how to interpret the data (which is headerless on audio CDs, of course): sox -r 14400 -c 2 -b -L -S -x track.cdr

Re: Copying audio CD with dd/cdrecord produces unplayable CD

2008-11-28 Thread Polytropon
On Fri, 28 Nov 2008 23:26:51 -0800, Yuri [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I am trying to copy an audio CD. First I've ran: dd if=/dev/acd0tN of=track-N.cdr bs=2352 for every track. This gets raw track files. Secondly I run: cdrecord -v -dao -audio $* dev=2,0,0 speed=4 This is supposed to