Subject: Re: [ecasound] Newbie - can't write ecasound recorded .wav files to CD
From: Luke Tindall (email@example.com)
Date: Fri Dec 15 2000 - 10:59:40 EET
On Friday 15 December 2000 12:42, you wrote:
> I was successful in recording a series of .wav files using ecasound, but
> when I tried
> to write them to a CD using Adaptec's EasyCD under windows ME (sorry,
> it's all
> I could find that supports ATAPI CDRW drives)
You have to use the scsi drivers in particular ide-scsi. Check out the
cd-writing howto at:
I use an ide drive with no problems.
, it complains that the file
> is not in audio format. Playing it under Winamp also doesn't work - it
> complain, just doesn't do anything. Is there some other format (than
> .wav) that
> I should choose? Any hints would be appreciated, and I'll be glad to
> RTFM if
> somebody can tell me where the FM is - the ecasound man pages sort of
> assume that everybody knows what .cdr, etc., mean.
> Thanks very much,
> Larry Weaver
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Specify the format of the wav file with
-f:16,2,44100 (16 bit stereo at 44100 hz).
ecasound -f:16,2,44100 -i:/dev/dsp0 -o eg.wav
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