Brasero won't copy a CD
On Sun, 01 Nov 2009 10:53:53 -0800
NoOp <firstname.lastname@example.org> uttered these words:
> On 10/15/2009 11:20 AM, Graham Watkins wrote:
> > Evening all,
> > I just tried to copy a music CD using Brasero - something that has
> > never given me any trouble before. However 2 attempts left me with
> > something containing only one track and was unplayable both in my
> > hi-fi and my computer. I therefore decided to try another tack
> > and tried to create a new CD using tracks off of the original.
> > Brasero gave me the message "Track 1.wav could not be handled by
> > GStreamer. Make sure the appropriate codec is installed" Any idea
> > what the appropriate codec might be? I have all the usual
> > GStreamer stuff installed.
> > I'm running Ubuntu 9.04 and the Brasero version is 2.26.1.
> > I've converted the CD to MP3s and I'm going to try and burn those
> > but I don't consider this a permanent satisfactory solution.
> Graham, just noticed in today's proposed updates for karmic:
> brasero (2.28.2-0ubuntu1) karmic-proposed; urgency=low
> * New upstream version: (LP: #458709)
> - Data project: multiple file rename do not work
> - Remember volume title
> - Crash when launching with -e option
> - brasero crashed with SIGSEGV in
> brasero_burn_session_set_image_output_full() (LP: #449644)
> - Make burning audio cds with brasero work (LP: #459103)
> But wait... there's more!
> Pedro Villavicencio wrote on 2009-10-30: #5
> This is not working fine, The option to burn a cd with rhythmbox now
> works, yes, but only the first track of the playlist is burned into
> the cd, the others are just ignored.
Why not use Gnomebaker?
Please, no MS-Office documents -
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