Write all content specified in description file
toc-file to a CD-R disk drive in one step.
This is called disk-at-once (DAO) mode , as opposed to the more commonly used
track-at-once (TAO) mode . DAO mode allows you to change the length of gaps
between tracks and define data to be written in these gaps (like
hidden bonus tracks or track intros). The
toc-file can be created by hand or generated
from an existing CD using cdrdao’s
read-toc command. A cue file, as
generated by other audio programs, can be used instead of a TOC
file. The file format for TOC files is discussed at length in the
URL: http://cdrdao.sourceforge.net/. (cdrdao doesn’t come with Fedora Core 3, apparently because cdrecord can also do DAO recording.)
The first argument must be a command. Note that not all options are available for all commands.
Blank a CD-RW disc.
Copy the CD. If you use a single drive, you will be prompted to insert the CD-R after reading. An image file will be created unless you use the
--on-the-flyflag and two CD drives.
Print out CDDB information for a CD.
Display information about the CD-R currently in the drive.
Display multisession information. Useful mostly for wrapper scripts.
Create a TOC file and read in the audio data on a CD.
Check a CDDB server for data about the CD represented by a given TOC file, then write that data to the TOC file as CD-TEXT data.