[mythtv] recording music to CD
gerald.gryschuk at shaw.ca
Fri Mar 26 18:09:30 EST 2004
Hmm, I didn't know that. Actually I knew I had to use cdrecord v2. But
the other stuff I hadn't heard before. I've been doing more ripping than
burning lately so I really haven't noticed.
I guess I should go back to the ide-scsi emulation, it's not like it's
rocket science anyway.
On Fri, 2004-03-26 at 15:02, Joseph A. Caputo wrote:
> On Friday 26 March 2004 15:17, Gerald Gryschuk wrote:
> > This is really just a note to the author of mythmusic since I don't
> > currently use the internal mythmusic CD burning option. I'd fix this
> > myself but I plan on jumping in to burning DVD part of MythTV.
> > Anyway, I just reinstalled everything from CVS so that I'd be up to
> > date. I went through the settings and noticed that mythmusic is
> > expecting that your ide CD burner is using the ide-scsi module. As
> > far as I know this is no longer a requirement for cdrecord. I've
> > burnt to CD successfully without the ide-scsi hack.
> > Rightfully I know I should post a fix to make it work but as I said
> > it's not that important to me right now. I just thought I point this
> > out because I don't think everybody realizes it's not necessary to
> > have ide-scsi anymore.
> I don't know if I'd jump on that bandwagon just yet... my understanding
> is that the native ATAPI support is still rather young (you need the
> lastest cdrecord, v.2.0), and there are limitations. You don't get DMA
> support when writing in anything but RAW mode (I think most people use
> DAO or TAO mode), which means the max burn speed is somewhere around
> 16x. Also there are 2 types of ATAPI support; one of them (the one
> that supports DMA in RAW mode) relies on a new ATAPI interface in the
> 2.5/2.6 kernel (unless it's been backported); the other doesn't support
> DMA at all.
> Much as I hate having to use ide-scsi emulation, I don't think MythMusic
> should abandon it quite yet.
> Maybe a configurable option?
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Gerald Gryschuk <gerald.gryschuk at shaw.ca>
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