TCDR is a menu-based CD creation.
Version: 2.1TCDR is a menu-driven console frontend for CD recording (the programs to which it is a frontend for are listed in the manual.
Operating System: Linux
Here are some key features of "TCDR":
· Configuration detection (device files, mount points, SCSI addresses),
· Medium detection (type, size, empty space, recording speed, etc.),
· Software detection / selection,
· CD-R / CD-RW support,
· Transparently compressed CD (ZISO) support,
· Directory to ISO/ZISO image,
· ISO/ZISO image to CD,
· Data CD to ISO image,
· Data CD to CD copy,
· Data CD to CD copy on the fly,
· Mixed mode CD (CD Extra),
· Multi-session CD,
· El Torito boot CD (tested with a DOS boot image),
· Audio CD to CD copy,
· Audio CD to CD copy on the fly,
· Audio CD ripping to RAW/WAV images,
· Audio image to CD,
· Audio tracks to RAW/WAV/MP3/OGG files,
· RAW/WAV/MP3/OGG to Audio CD,
· RAW/WAV recording from /dev/dsp (44100 Hz/16 bit/stereo),
· RAW/WAV/MP3/OGG playback,
· Automatic TOC file generation,
· Various blanking modes,
· Write simulation (dummy mode),
· Overburning, etc...
What's New in This Release:
· Fixed a bug in detect_scsi() which caused tcdr to hang when only one cdrom device is present in the system (reported by Jan Henkins).
· Modified the main menu texts to list "OGG" where appropriate.
· ispell'd the documentation (was about time).
· Added "Reporting bugs" section to the manual.
· User interface improvement: utilized dialog's "--default-item" option for correct menuitem highlights - new function: ditm().
· Debian package improvements: Debian menu system support and compliance to the Debian policy standards.
· Fixed a few bugs in show_sw() (erroneous redirects) and added a .deb package listing (makes sense on a Debian system only of course).