OpenSUSE Multimedia :: Unable To Burn Audio CDs With Brasero 2.30.1 Which Uses Cdrdao 1.2.3?
Dec 9, 2010
I am not able to burn audio CDs with Brasero 2.30.1, which uses cdrdao 1.2.3 However, Opensuse 11.3 comes with cdrdao 1.2.2 I don't feel comfortable replacing the version myself. Is there any plans to update cdrdao for Opensuse any time soon? PS: I am running Gnome in Opensuse 11.3
I am having problems burning audio CDs with Brasero 2.30.0 after my upgrade to 10.04. I was trying to burn a .wav file to CD but Brasero ejects the media without burning anything after transcoding the wav file and creating an image. I'm attaching the error log to aid in debugging.I can burn data CDs fine. My burner, a Samsung SM-308B, can't burn DVDs so I don't know about burning them.
This happens every time I try to burn an audio CD burning data CD seems to work fine.I open Brasero, click Audio project, drag a couple of FLAC files into it and try to burn, or in this particular case, create an image.A dialogue pops up where I am supposed to tell it where to put the image. I click Desktop but I don't change the file name (something like brasero.cue or whatever).Then it starts doing things but after a short while I get an error message and I am asked to save the log file, which I did and here it is:
Code: Checking session consistency (brasero_burn_check_session_consistency brasero-burn.c:1741) BraseroNormalize called brasero_job_get_action
im trying to burn an audio cd with brasero,when i select the audio files to add to the project i get an error message saying :"Track 1.wav" could not be opened." and :"Track 1.wav" is not suitable for audio or video media."i also tried the "copy cd" option,the program recognizes the audio cd in my drive but when i press the copy button the window disappears and nothing happen.i had a similar problem lately see thread - cant burn dvd,but this time i want to try and use brasero instead of k3b
I tried to copy a CD with Brasero. Brasero said: "All required applications and libraries are not installed. Please install manually and try again:
toc2cue (application) cdrdao (application) toc2cue (application) cdrdao (application)". Ignoring that each was listed twice, I first ran sudo apt-get update on the terminal, then ran sudo apt-get install cdrdao
I tried another copy operation, but this time:
The error message for a missing toc2cue was no longer there, but there were still 2 error messages for a missing cdrdao, which I had just installed! I tried installing cdrdao again; but got the message that the latest cdrdao was already installed. I tried installing toc2cue but got the message that it could not be found. how I can get cdrdao to be recognized and toc2cue to get installed?
For the longest I have been unable to burn an audio CD that contains ogg files with GnomeBaker, and have always had to decode to wav manually. Well I'm tired of doing that, so want to get to the bottom of the problem. Upon adding an ogg file to the file list, the error I receive is:
"The plugin to handle a file of type audio/ogg is not installed." I have all the gstreamer0.10-plugins-[base|bad|good|ugly] packages installed. I can play an .ogg file with rhythmbox.
Using gconf-editor, /system/gstreamer/0.10/audio/profiles/cdlossy is "active" and the cdlossy profile is listed in /system/gstreamer/0.10/audio/global/profile_list At a loss on what I need to do.
running lucid and whatever updates are current.Im attempting to burn a avi to dvd format with brasero, but when i hit "burn" brasero sais "ejecting disc" and says that an internal error has occurred. the saved log is blank.any thoughts? i have dvd author and the error message doesnt appear until the disc has ejected. but really it should not be ejecting if it is going to perform a burn.
I am burning an ISO of Ubuntu 9.10 amd 64 desktop edition. I am using the same operating system but need to burn the ISO to do a clean install.
My Specs: Ubuntu 9.10 (karmic) AMD Turion(tm) II Ultra Dual-Core Mobile L2 Cache 1024 4 GIG Ram Cd-drive: Hp DVDRAM GT20L
Here is the log file that shows up every iso burn fail. Code: Checking session consistency (brasero_burn_check_session_consistency brasero-burn.c:1848) BraseroBurnURI called brasero_job_get_action BraseroBurnURI called brasero_job_get_action BraseroBurnURI called brasero_job_set_output_size_for_current_track BraseroBurnURI stopping .....
BraseroWodim process finished with status 254 BraseroWodim called brasero_job_error BraseroWodim finished with an error BraseroWodim asked to stop because of an error error = 0 message = "no message" BraseroWodim stopping BraseroWodim got killed Session error : unknown (brasero_burn_record brasero-burn.c:2811)
I created a few 'images' with Brasero a few days ago to burn at a future point in time, today. The first thing I noticed while copying the 'images' is that there were two files, one sans extension and one .toc, not the single .iso I'm used to dealing with.Unfortunately I did not have internet access while copying so I was unable to obtain clarification or how to proceed. So now I have around 50 of these pairs I would like nvert to music CDs.After much Googling I have yet to obtain any relevant info on how to proceed.
I've just installed Xubuntu last night on a spare drive because I really wanted to try it out. Install and initial setup (upgrades, extras and so on) worked like a charm, then I got to burn an audio cd with Brasero starting from some mp3s floating around my external media drive. The burn process itself went good and the CD is fully readable, but I notice that CD-text is missing.
So, when I added files to the main window of Brasero id3 tags were there (I've seen them, plus I set each and every of them via Easytag before putting the files in my external media drive so I'm sure of that), but once the CD was finished there was no CD-text at all. Maybe I just have to download some additional packages which aren't included in Brasero or have missed some menu item about CD-text?
I recently switched distributions, I let a guy talk me into switching from Ubuntu 8.04 to Mint 9. Since the switch, I have had a lot of issues that I have mainly worked out myself. I have posted all of it on the Mint forum, but there hasn't been much help available there. I have been told that Mint 9 is based on the newest release of Ubuntu (Lucid Lynx), so I thought I would post over here to see if anyone could help me. The only thing that's still giving me fits are the 3 software programs above. Using k9copy and trying to burn directly to disc, I am getting the error that I took the screenshot of. I then burned it as an iso image and saved it, then tried to use k3b and brasero to burn it that way and got errors with both of those programs.
I tried to make a copy of my Audio CD and it asked me to install some plugins, so I installed them. After installing them, it still doesn't copy any audio cd. Can someone tell me how to fix this problem, because GnomeBaker takes long time to copy an audio cd.
I am attempting to backup DVDs that I own to .iso format so that I'm able to watch them using xbox media center. I've simply been copying the entire DVD to my HD in .iso using brasero.When I watch the .iso file in XBMC, the audio is a fraction of a second ahead of the video. The gap between the audio and video doesn't seem to change over the duration of the clip.
What are the likely causes of this issue? I've read that it could be a slow processor, little ram, or inadequate video card. If it's indeed a hardware issue, I suppose I'm SOL with my current laptop: a 2006 dell with a core 2 duo processor, 2GB ram, and a middle of the road video card at that time.Is there any software tweak I can explore to get the .iso file to sync properly?Also, I know it's customary for posters to list their system specifications, but I don't know how to call up my software or hardware setups.
I have made numerous audio CD's with Brasero, but recently I had to make one and mid way through the burning process I am given this error: Could not decode stream. Or some variation like that. It ruins the cd and after I get the error I can not eject the disc.
I have a stereo in my office. Its really a DVD player that will also play CD's. It has a nice surround sound setup. I have a bunch of mp3's on my computer that I would like to burn to a blank DVD that I have and play one long continuous DVD audio CD. Is this possible and if so, how do I do this? I have search for three days, and have come up empty.
Both my cd/dvd drives work fine out of xp so they're connected properly.
I tried to use Brasero to burn an iso to a cd; Brasero responds with the message "Please replace the disc with a supported CD or DVD." But my Sony and Maxell discs should be supported, so what could be causing this message?
Is the bash command cdrecord an alternative to Bresaro? If so then what is the command syntax to burn file.iso to a cd in a cd/dvd drive?
I sometimes get downloads, usually of linux OS's where the file is too large for a cd and has to be formated as a dvd. When I try to burn it to a disk, I keep getting something that says I need to insert a blank dvd.
Problem is, I have a blank dvd in the tray all ready to go. The unit I'm using is a Sony external dvd burner hooked up by a usb. Bresero wouldn't touch it, so I installed k3b (this is in Ubuntu10.04) k3b could read that I had a blank dvd in the drive, but when I pointed to what file I intended to burn, I kept getting the "insert blank dvd", and it wouldn't start, even though the screen in the background could see that the dvd was loaded and ready. No problem for cd's, they'll burn like an oil slick on the Gulf of Mexico.
We tried to burn an audio cd with the default burner in Ubuntu, but we can only play the cd on the computer. I was not in front of the computer, another user was, but I think they used Audio CD Extractor )
I need to burn some music to a dvd (I don't have enough CDs to fit the music on them) I don't need to play the music on a CD player just a dvd player. How do I do this?If I can't do this, then how do I add a (blank) video to a lot of individual audio files?
I need to burn tracks that total to 80-82 minutes on 80min CDs. However, Brasero stops the burning process right at the start complaining there is not enough space on the CD. I tried having Brasero create an image and burn it with k3b. However, Brasero creates a .cue and a .bin file, but when loading the .cue file, k3b says that it does not seem to be a valid image, even when selecting ".cue/.bin image" or "audio cue file" as the image type. k3b itself refuses to burn .mp3 files without manual conversion. what should I do to achieve my goal?
I recently installed OpenSuse 11.1 (i586) on a new laptop (HP 6710b) all has been going well, until I tried to burn audio CDs with K3B using .wav files in a directory in the format 01.wav 02.wav 03.wav etc. To burn the audio CDs I have been running K3B as root to avoid any potential permission issues. I now have a stack of cd 'coasters' with only one lucky success using the command line, which when the exact command was repeated failed again. I have successfully burnt 2 data DVDs using K3B, one as root the second as user, both without problem - so maybe it is not a permissions problem?
I am using K3b 1.0.5 in KDE 4.1.3. (it runs under KDE3) I have not been able to run k3bsetup � it is not part of the installation. However permissions appear correctly set-up � I also added the appropriate users to the group �disk�.
/dev/cdrom lrw-rw----root disk (just points to /dev/sr0) /dev/sr0 -rw-rw---- root disk /usr/bin/cdrecord lrwxr-xr-x root root (just points to /usr/bin/wodim) /usr/bin/wodim-rwxr-xr-xroot root
K3b uses the executables in /usr/bin/x11/ which are just the same. I have not put suid on anything. I tried running cdrecord as a user, however the burn failed.I checked the .wav files and they play fine in kaffeine. I am using the same brand of blank CDs as the DVDs.I have not had the occasion to try a data CD � I've run out of blank disks for the moment.
K3b detects my DVD/CD burner as:
The system device is /dev/sr0 interfaceGeneric SCSI Vendor HL-DT-ST DescriptionDVDRAM GSA-T40L FirmwareKC07
I tried burning audio CDs in both TAO and DAO mode, neither with success.
This is my first time creating a video DVD from other video files. I drag and dropped 2 .flv files to the area where it tells you to drag them. They appeared there. Then I clicked "Burn..." and brasero disappeared.
I recently installed openSUSE 11.4-64bit on my Gateway desktop, and I can't seem to get my mic work at all. The mic is built into my Microsoft LifeCam Cinema webcam and works fine when I boot into Windows. The mic will not record sound in krecord or lame and doesn't work during Skype sessions.
According to the literature for the device driver my the mic should be supported, and that is evidenced by the fact that the mic shows up as a capture device in in kmix. I have made this mic the master channel under capture devices and I have given it highest preference amongst my capture devices in both the Communications and Accessibility categories of kmix's Settings/Audio Setup.
There was a very similar case solved in January:
How I got my Sound Input working
I've done my best to implement these fixes, but half of it looks like gibberish to me. All I was really able to do was update my alsa software and generate this comprehensive alsa.conf (its long, so I'll wait to post it until asked).
I've had since updating to 11.4, and I gotta say: I've been really impressed so far.
I created a system backup ISO with remastersys that's about 3.4 GB, and I've repeatedly had failure and about 4 coasters now with both K3b and Brasero trying to burn it. I even ditched the original ISO and made another- same problem.I have always had problems burning discs in both programs, and of all the times I've tried to burn anything with either, I've gotten errors near the end of the data check stage, in verifying the data burned. I'm really tired of this, and I need this ISO perfect to reinstall my OS on a new laptop harddrive.This time it's K3b. It burned successfully, but I get errors in the data verification stage. Here's what I got: