Projects / CDDOIT


CDDOIT is a Bash script frontend under Linux that allows the creation of audio/data CD's from WAV or MP3 files, conversion of MP3 to WAV, audio recording, playing, and many others operations. CDDOIT is designed to obtain the best quality in the creation of audio CD's.

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Recent releases

  •  10 Jun 2003 15:09

    Release Notes: New functions were added to reduce audio noise, to get WAV files when normal ripping fails, and to play CDs with a playlist.

    •  10 Sep 2002 03:50

      Release Notes: This version supports blank rewritable CDs in fast and slow mode, multi-session audio CD copying, logging, adjustable maximum volume, direct data copy for bootable CDs, CD recorder information, and El Torito image files.

      •  22 Feb 2002 15:14

        Release Notes: This release adds a new menu organization, fetching of RAW and AIFF files from audio CDs, fetching of whole audio CDs into single audio files in different formats, recording of audio in WAV format and 44100 Hz CD copy format, audio conversion programs, sleeptimer recording, playing of many audio files, and a multimedia kernel modules manager.

        •  23 Nov 2001 16:10

          Release Notes: This release can rename MP3 filenames, get the whole Audio CD in a single WAV file, control the date and time in audio record programming, and choose whether or not to use DAO mode for recording.

          •  13 Aug 2001 16:01

            Release Notes: New features include an audio recording scheduler and the ability to manage of file names with spaces.


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