Re: create an .iso file from an audio cd

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On Thursday 21 December 2006 12:59, Justin W wrote:
> Anne Wilson wrote:
> > On Thursday 21 December 2006 12:38, Justin W wrote:
> >> I know it's not creating an iso, but the Windows clients could be given
> >> a folder full of audio files with a Windows Media Player playlist. Then
> >> WMP could burn an audio CD for you. You could continue to use K3b in
> >> Linux. You'd just end up with a small difference in implementation
> >> between Windows and Linux.
> >
> > Perhaps I'm being particularly dense, but what's wrong with simply using
> > k3b to burn your audio files to a disk, then make a copy to send to the
> > other office?  They can then use Nero or whatever to produce extra
> > copies.  Or is the problem that you have audio files not in a suitable
> > format?
> >
> > Anne
> He said that he works for a non-profit organization and can't afford to
> buy Nero for everybody.

I understand that, but thought it likely that one person would have access to 
a disk copying utility.  For that matter, I'd be surprised if sourceforge 
can't offer something that could do it under windows.  I do know someone who 
uses a whole raft of sourceforge utilities with windows.

One thing that has confused me in this thread is that nowhere have I seen 
mention of the file format his original files are.  If we knew that we may be 
able to help more.  For instance, if his files needed converting to .wav 
files we could suggest utilities to do that, then zip the files, since unzip 
utilities have been available as freeware or shareware for decades,

Just thinking around the problem, and feeling that we don't really know 
exactly what the problem is.


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