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SubjectRe: CD writing in future Linux try #2
>>>>> "Jan" == Jan Engelhardt <jengelh@linux01.gwdg.de> writes:

>>
>>> 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.

Jan> The other type of "mixed-mode" CDs are the so-called "CD Extra",
Jan> which is:

Jan> Session 1 >> Track 1 (Audio) Track 2 (Audio) ... Session 2 >>
Jan> Track N (Data)


I have some of these -- some Christian music publishers include sheet
music (as PDFs) in an ISO FS on the second session. Published last
year, so recent.

Peter C

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