TCDR 2.1 reviewDownload
TCDR is a menu-driven console frontend for CD recording (the programs to which it is a frontend for are listed in the manual.
Here are some key features of "TCDR":
Configuration detection (device files, mount points, SCSI addresses),
Medium detection (type, size, empty space, recording speed, etc.),
Software detection / selection,
CD-R / CD-RW support,
Transparently compressed CD (ZISO) support,
Directory to ISO/ZISO image,
ISO/ZISO image to CD,
Data CD to ISO image,
Data CD to CD copy,
Data CD to CD copy on the fly,
Mixed mode CD (CD Extra),
El Torito boot CD (tested with a DOS boot image),
Audio CD to CD copy,
Audio CD to CD copy on the fly,
Audio CD ripping to RAW/WAV images,
Audio image to CD,
Audio tracks to RAW/WAV/MP3/OGG files,
RAW/WAV/MP3/OGG to Audio CD,
RAW/WAV recording from /dev/dsp (44100 Hz/16 bit/stereo),
Automatic TOC file generation,
Various blanking modes,
Write simulation (dummy mode),
What's New in This Release:
Fixed a bug in detect_scsi() which caused tcdr to hang when only one cdrom device is present in the system (reported by Jan Henkins).
Modified the main menu texts to list "OGG" where appropriate.
ispell'd the documentation (was about time).
Added "Reporting bugs" section to the manual.
User interface improvement: utilized dialog's "--default-item" option for correct menuitem highlights - new function: ditm().
Debian package improvements: Debian menu system support and compliance to the Debian policy standards.
Fixed a few bugs in show_sw() (erroneous redirects) and added a .deb package listing (makes sense on a Debian system only of course).
TCDR 2.1 keywords