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Re: cdparanoia and cdda2wav choking on last track of enhanced CD's

From: Patrick Mauritz <oxygene@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 16 Nov 2004 16:53:21 +0100

Kyle Butt wrote:
> It gets past the audio part of the last track before data, and it ends
> up with this.
there are some obfuscation schemes that work with two sessions. the first
has several audio tracks as data (which reasonable DAE tools reject, unlike
normal cd players), the second has bogus track lengths.

so far, my best bet so far was cdrdao, explicitely using session 1 to read
out the TOC, patching it to store track 1 (which is usually marked as data
on such media) as audio, then using that TOC for DAE.

after that you have audio in one or two files (depending on how you patch)
and need some script (delivered with cdrdao iirc) to break up the big one
into single tracks.

the problem of cdda2wav and cdparanoia is that they use the last session by
default (cdrdao actually reads raw data and parses it manually to get
access to other sessions)

patrick mauritz

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