Re: Creating an Audio only DVD from several CD's

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On Sat, Aug 07, 2010 at 12:01:21PM -0700, JD wrote:
>   On 08/07/2010 11:32 AM, [email protected] wrote:
> > There is a site on a an open source tool:
> >
> > They say that not every home dvd player is able to play DVD-Audio.
> >
> > Since I am also interested in this, I will give it a try during the
> > next days. I have a Denon 1920, which should support SACD, DVD-Video
> > and DVD-Audio (it explicitly says so on the cover, so I suppose there
> > should be some DVD players which don't support DVD Audio). I will try
> > my result out on that one as well as on xine and/or mplayer.
> >
> > Maybe you need the UDF file system support from your kernel? At least
> > that's what is hinted at on the dvd audio site.
> >
> Thanx for for the reply.
> I can confirm that my kernel has UDF support:
> $ egrep -i udf /boot/config-`uname-r`
> Waiting for your results.
> For WIW, here is the link for dvd audio tools:

Well, I am coming back to this a bit late, since I had a problem
getting DVD+R to burn on my laptop; it still doesn't work and I filed
a post to the gentoo-users mailing list. 

So I managed to write a DVD-A on a DVD+RW with the following steps:

dvda-author -o DVD -g *.wav
mkisofs -o image.iso -sort sort.txt -udf DVD
growisofs -Z /dev/sr0=image.iso

I followed the howto on:

I do not have the mkisofs patch applied and used the sort file from
that howto.

And on my Denon DVD-1920, an explicit SACD and DVD-A player, it plays

However, I cannot mount the so-created DVD-A using mount -t udf
/dev/sr0 /mnt/udf; it gives me an "unknown filesystem" error.


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