[linux-audio-user] Just a comment

Dragan Noveski perodog at gmx.net
Sat Oct 28 16:20:41 EDT 2006


Joseph M. Gaffney wrote:
> On Saturday 28 October 2006 15:32, Dragan Noveski wrote:
>   
>> Folderol wrote:
>>     
>>> On Sat, 28 Oct 2006 21:20:38 +0200
>>>
>>> Dragan Noveski <perodog at gmx.net> wrote:
>>>       
>>>> Folderol wrote:
>>>>         
>>>>> Can I ask that people make sure they fill in the tags for music they
>>>>> put up. It makes it a LOT easier for us absent-minded gezzers to keep
>>>>> track of who did what!
>>>>>
>>>>> I use 'EasyTag' It's on sourceforge and can tag all the usual file
>>>>> formats.
>>>>>           
>>>> it looks good, but it "dont knows" .wav/.aiff?
>>>>         
>>> Hmmm. I didn't know those formats could be tagged :(
>>>       
>> than i might be wrong.
>> but there are some commercial cd-audio, where the cd player will read
>> the titles...
>> i dont get it done with ardour/gcdmaster/cdrdao.
>>
>> cheers,
>> doc
>>     
>
> Thats not the wav/aiff, thats set when you burn the CD.  Its called CD Text, 
> based on the Red Book specifications standard.
>
> -Joseph M. Gaffney aka CuCullin
>
>
>   
you are right, but if i use ardour or gcdmaster, i can feel all that 
stuff in (like performer, composer, title), but when i burn that (with 
cdrdao or gcdmaster) i get the titles like "cd-audio-track01"...
are you able to export this with ardour so that alsaplayer will read it?

cheers,
doc


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