[SOLVED] no sound on conventional CD player after burning mp3 to a CD
location: linuxquestions.com - date: July 1, 2014
I'm using Xubuntu, the latest one. I have a Dell Optiplex 170L desktop. I downloaded the mp3 to the computer and then burned it to a CD. The CD burn was incredibly fast (less than 10 seconds for over an hour of mp3) and it works fine on the Xfburn player on my computer. But when I try to play the CD on a regular CD player, although the LED on my CD player shows that the time is ticking off, there is no sound. Any ideas? Thanks!
burning mp3 and ogg to audio cd
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: July 24, 2008
I am getting ready to burn my first cd(audio), I want it to be able to play in a car cd player. I have searched the boards and found some good info,(about K3b & mp3's) but still have a couple questions about .ogg
I am going to use K3b, some of the songs are mp3, and some are .ogg.
Will K3b burn both mp3 and .ogg files to the same cd and still play in a car type cd player, and is there anything else I should look out for, so to speak?
I have only burned one cd before period, and that was using power2go in vista.
Also are there any cd label making programs for linux, or even something that will make use of lightscribe.
Burning Audio CD's from mp3 files
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: September 7, 2011
I am unable to burn and audio CD from mp3 files - Brasero doesn't like it:
"(filename).mp3" is not suitable for audio or video media."
I have installed ubuntu-restricted-extras. mp3 files play fine on rhythmbox, banshee, audacious. What do I have to do to get Brasero to deal with them?
mp3 support for k3b audio CD burning
location: linuxquestions.com - date: October 8, 2004
I'm able to listen to mp3s with xmms, which is great, but I'm really dissapointed at this *¤&%/¤# up mp3 policy Fedora has - great way to welcome newbies to the wonderful world of Linux!
Anyways, can somebody help me fix k3b so that it will burn mp3s onto an audio CD? Currently it does not support mp3. So I need to know:
- which package to install and where to get it from, I have Fedora Core 2wo and x86_64.
- who to install this package - I'm total newbie, I don't have apt or yum or whatever, or if I do, never used them...
If there's a tutorial for this or summin or if I missed a thread - great!
[SOLVED] K3b problem adding mp3 files to burn audio CD
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: October 2, 2008
I'm using Ubuntu8.04 and trying to burn an audio CD.
When I go to load the mp3 files into K3b they won't load and I get this:
Sorry - K3b
Problems while adding files to the project.
Unable to handle the following files due to an unsupported format:
You may manually convert these audio files to wave using another application supporting the audio format and then add the wave files to the K3b project.
Usually the mp3s just load and burn.
What could be causing this error message?
I then used Brasero and it burned those same mp3s with no problem that wouldn't load into K3b.
K3B audio cd burning error
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: August 12, 2012
I am using ubuntu 12.04 precise pangolin.
k3b keeps giving me something like tis error whenever i try to burn an audio cd
"cdrecord returned unknown error code (254)
Using TAO may fix this problem."
When i try to use TAO it says that I should use DAO. Funny thing is it burns all but the last two songs perfectly (for example: it burns the first 14 songs out of a batch of 16.). I can even hear the songs on my car cd player except the last 2. Does anybody have the solution to this problem? I usually can solve such problems on my own with the help of google but on googling this i find many forum posts but none have been too helpful so far.
Thanks in advance
Burning audio cd from .cue file results in cd with white noise
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: August 3, 2009
Unfortunately I'm having a problem with burning audio cds from a .cue file and multiple flac files, which results in a cd that only contains noise. Any help sorting this out would be greatly appreciated!
Over the last days I've been ripping about a 100 cds to flac with rubyripper. So far I've been very happy with the tool and even though it's a lot of work, I'm making progress. Before continuing with the rest of my cd collection, I decided to burn some music back to cd to play on my hifi set to test if the quality is as good as I'm expecting, especially with some albums that needed quite a number of trials before getting two matches on all chunks (because they are EMI copy controlled). Here I ran into some problems with the .cue files generated by rubyripper.
When double-clicking the .cue file a "image burning setup" window pops up, I let Brasero sort everything out after loading an empty disc and it starts burning. Everything seems to go fine, except that when I pu
Burning audio CD with .cue file
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: September 20, 2009
I don't understand why this isn't working. I have the .flac files for the 2009 Beatles remasters, and a .cue file. The .cue file appears to be for the .wav files, so I used SoundConverter to change them. Now I have the .wav files, and I try to open the .cue file in Brasero, and it says it can't find the .cue file I just opened! Aarrrgh! I looked around threads everywhere, tried to get the .cue file to work with the .flac audio files, tried a lot, but it's still not working, and I don't understand why. K3B says it's not a valid .cue file. Below is the text in one of the files:
REM GENRE Pop
REM DATE 2009
REM DISCID D50E890F
REM COMMENT "ExactAudioCopy v0.99pb3"
FILE "01 - Taxman.wav" WAVE
TRACK 01 AUDIO
INDEX 01 00:00:00
TRACK 02 AUDIO
INDEX 00 02:37:13
FILE "02 - Eleanor Rigby.wav" WAVE
INDEX 01 00:00:00
TRACK 03 AUDIO
INDEX 00 02:04:60
FILE "03 - I'm Only Sleeping.wav" WAVE
Burning audio CD's won't play.
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: November 24, 2009
I"m using Brasero to burn 9 audio tracks to a CD. See attached picture. However, after I'm done burning there is a "Lock" over each file <icon> and when I try to play these files (on CD) in my cars CD player they won't play.
When I use a Ubuntu player like Rhthymbox they will play.
So I guess I'm doing something wrong what is it????
And yes my car CD player works.
HOWTO: Configure SoundJuicer (audio CD extractor) for mp3 VBR and Paranoia
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: March 18, 2009
I love Sound-Juicer. I think it's a great app that doesn't get the love it deserves, mainly because it is deceptively complicated to setup and much more powerful than it looks. Here is, in three steps, how to tweak it properly.
Step 1: Enable mp3 ripping
Sound Juicer is based on Gstreamer, like Totem and Rhythmbox. To enable mp3 playback, you must intall the Good, the Bad and the Ugly (like the movie) packages. You will find them in Synaptic Package Manager, if you search for "Gstreamer". You really can't miss them.
Step 2: Enable error correction in Sound-Juicer
Sound Juicer can, when set up properly, detect scratches and attempt to read problematic sectors. When enabled, it's not as good as EAC on Windows but definitively better than iTunes or Windows Media Player.
Important : enabling full paranoia will lower your rip speed. It's worth it. Ripping a cd takes a few minutes, but you will keep the files for a long time, and who doesn't have a
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