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'cdrdao' creates audio or mixed mode CD-Rs in disk-at-once (DAO) mode driven by a description file. In DAO mode, users can create non standard track pre-gaps with lengths other than 2 seconds and contain nonzero audio data. This lets users divide live recordings into tracks where 2 second gaps would be irritating and create hidden tracks or track intros as found on commercial CDs.


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Download version 1.2.3 (stable)
released on 5 October 2009

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GPLv2orlaterJanet Casey5 April 2002

Leaders and contributors

Andreas Mueller Maintainer
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Software prerequisites

Kind Description
Required to build PCCTS 1.33 (
Weak prerequisite recent Gnome libraries (e.g. gnome-libs-1.2.3) and the C++ bindings gtkmm-1.2.4 and gnomemm-1.1.14 (all for the gcdmaster GUI interface)
Weak prerequisite Gimp toolkit gtk+-1.2.8

This entry (in part or in whole) was last reviewed on 2 November 2014.


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