Imaging Audio CDs using the command line

'CD-DVD Tutorials - Herong's Tutorial Examples' tutorial book was cited in a article in 2019.

The CD-DVD Tutorials - Herong's Tutorial Examples tutorial book was cited in a article in 2019.

Subject: Imaging Audio CDs using the command line
Date: Aug 13, 2019
Author: Alex Santos

The goal of this article is to provide a quick overview on how to image
an Audio CD to two files on your hard drive by using using a command
line interface software package called cdrdao.

To install cdrdao, your operating system may require a package manager
be already installed. Most Linux distributions should already have some
package manager installed, Mac OS has the App Store but you won’t find
cdrdao hosted there for download so you will need to install either
MacPorts or Brew and use one of them to download and install cdrdao.
I won’t cover installation of these package managers but both are
linked where steps for the same are offered.


You can learn more about Audio-CDs and DVD formats here:

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