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    xcdroast question


    Can xcdroast burn ogg files from my hd to an audio cd?

    I can only seem to get it to read from a device like a cd drive.

    Do I have to add my hd as a read device perhaps?

    Ta.
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    Looking at the official Manual, I do not think you can.
    First, you need your music files in the right format. It must be a .wav-file in CD-quality (44.1khz, 16 bit, stereo).
    - http://www.xcdroast.org/manual/createaudio.html

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    Cheers slip.

    Looks like I'll have to convert to wav and copy it into the image directory. Once there it can be made into an audio cd.

    Hmm, perhaps time to check out K3b
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    k3b's nice, but can take a minute to load if you aren't using kde (the kdelibs have to be loaded by your WM)... i haven't had any problems with k3b other than the fact i'm not using artsd, so i can't play files from within k3b..
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