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    SubjectRe: CD writing in future Linux try #2
    Rene Herman wrote:

    > Albert Cahalan wrote:
    >
    >> There are all sorts of funky formats. I've only ever heard of mixed
    >> audio+data CDs for circa-1995 games and Sony spyware, but maybe there
    >> are decent people who actually create these things.
    >
    >
    > These are in fact very common. Lots of audio CDs, with a data bit with
    > a few quicktime/mpeg videos.

    The MIL-CD format developed by SEGA/Yamaha for the Dreamcast is also an
    example of this (two sessions, audio-mode2 or mode2-mode2). We
    (hobbysts) use it for booting our code from normal, inexpensive CD-ROMs,
    instead of purchasing a GD-ROM writer or an official devkit.

    Best regards,

    Jon

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