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Audio CD iso from wav files on the shell, linux only
bluesky
post Jul 2 2012, 21:52
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I googled around for this but haven't found a solution. I want to take a directory of wav files and write them to an iso file that can be burned off to a CD (a functional audio CD) at a later time. Closest I found is using /usr/bin/genisoimage but it doesn't make an audio CD image, rather, just a data iso.

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genisoimage -o test.iso ./music/*.wav


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db1989
post Jul 2 2012, 22:04
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An ISO image is a data image, so that is to be expected.
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bluesky
post Jul 2 2012, 22:09
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Agreed, but rather a data iso != an audio iso. I can rip an audio CD to a single iso file but I can't seem to make a single iso file from individual wav files that is in the same CDDA format.


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skamp
post Jul 2 2012, 22:12
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cdrecord can burn WAV files as an audio CD.


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post Jul 2 2012, 22:23
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There is no such thing as an audio ISO file.

http://www.linuxquestions.org/questions/li...v-files-868757/
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db1989
post Jul 2 2012, 22:33
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QUOTE (bluesky @ Jul 2 2012, 22:09) *
I can rip an audio CD to a single iso file
Do you mean, instead, an image stored as a .bin file with a corresponding .cue file? In any case, ripping multiple tracks to a single file is not of much use if one does not also store the table of contents in some way.
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bluesky
post Jul 2 2012, 23:31
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Right... but I want to write it to an image (iso) not the physical device.


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post Jul 3 2012, 03:28
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QUOTE (bluesky @ Jul 2 2012, 16:52) *
I want to take a directory of wav files and write them to an iso file that can be burned off to a CD (a functional audio CD) at a later time.

(strikeout is mine)

If this is indeed your goal, then encoding the directory of wav files to a single lossless file (e.g., flac, wavpack) w/ embedded cue sheet is the solution. You also get tagging and data compression to boot.
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[JAZ]
post Jul 3 2012, 19:26
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I think skamp got the question right. He's trying to burn an audio CD using some wav files. He's trying to generate the .iso file first and the commandline that he uses generates a data cd (ISO-MODE2), not a redbook cd (CDDA).

To the op: Try the solution skamp gave you, or else try some of the graphical tools in linux for burning cd's.

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bluesky
post Jul 4 2012, 00:33
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Nice discussion, guys. Solution:

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$ cat ~/bin/bincue
#!/bin/bash
[[ -z "$1" ]] && echo "Must give a dir!" && exit 1
cd "$1"
shntool cue *.flac > 00-"$1".cue
shntool join *.flac


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$ cd /mnt/music
$ find . -type d | parallel bincue {}


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