command-line tool for writing optical media
‘burn’ is a command-line tool to create audio discs from MP3, Ogg Vorbis, or WAV files, to backup data files, to create discs from ISO-9660 images, and to copy discs on-the-fly. It performs any of its functions in a single command, without requiring preparatory filesystem creation, etc.
The program can compute if there is necessary free space for temporary files (images and audio files), warn if size is bigger than disc capacity, and manage multisession discs.
released on 23 December 2009
20 March 2013
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20 March 2013
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|Source requirement||python (version 2.4 or later)|
|Source requirement||cdrkit (wodim, genisoimage, cdrdao)|
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