My wife makes a lot of audio cd's and burner is located in our server. And every
time she had to make a cd, I had to do it with cdrecord by hand. Not any more.
Workflow goes like this:
Quite easy way to make audiocd's & labels.
- Decide what files to burn
- Upload files to cdr-directory. We use Samba, but it doesn't matter how files are
transferred. Samba just suits us fine because my wife uses Windows for
- Lauch web-browser and point that to
- Select options (see screenshots below) and start burn. That's
First screen is where user select's burnorder and
options. User select's wav-files from dropdown list and then writes "real" name
of the song. This name is then printed on the label.
Second screen is where user can either burn CD or
print label to it.
- Apace or similar web-server
- cdrecord and CDR/CDRW burner ;-)
- Samba or some other method to transfer files to CDR-server
- Optionaly cdlabelgen for making labels
There isn't much to say. It's only one file, audiocd.tar.gz. Just download it to temporary
directory and untar and read README.
For now, there is only small README file included with
tarball. Source is released under GPL licence.
Henry Palonen, 2000