Old 10-10-2018, 12:49 PM   #481
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Hello fellow DDP'ers.
Here's a new version of DDP To Cue Writer.

It's basically a GUI for some great command line utilities that includes ddpinfo written by Andreas Ruge, and cdrecord which is part of cdrtools written by Jörg Schilling.

I really wanted to directly write a DDP image to CD. With ddpinfo, it was possible. This is just a test version (any critique is welcome)

Edit: Windows version updated on Oct. 11 2016 to version 6

DDP To Cue Writer V6



Directions:

1. Select your CD Writer you'll be using to write the CD

2. Verify DDP MD5 checksums. Search for MD5 and CRC32 checksum files in the DDP directory and
use the checksums found to verify the integrity of the DDP file-set

3. Make sure you have inserted blank CD for the selected writer

4. Write the DDP or cue image To CD

Other Stuff:

You can also convert the DDP file-set to a cue/wav format
open the cue, and write from that, or you can also write
previous cue/wav, or cue/bins rendered from Reaper.

Print PQ Sheet (Writes, and saves a pq sheet from the ddp directory in html format)
Options include opening in your default web browser if checked.

Convert to separate tracks with or without pause.

Download Here (portable versions) No installer at the moment.


DDP To Cue Writer (Windows Vista and above)

DDP To Cue Writer (Windows XP)

DDP To Cue Writer (Mac Intel)

Note: The difference in the Windows versions is that Vista and above, uses new explorer style file and folder dialogs.

Special thanks to Andreas Ruge, and all the testers
Wyatt

Thanks for this amazing software.

Any update is coming on the way?

Thanks in advanced!
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Old 12-22-2018, 06:46 PM   #482
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Looks like the Devs, or moderators have done some housekeeping stuff to the forum.
DDP doesn't belong here "MIDI Hardware, Control Surfaces, and OSC" as DDP has nothing to do with the thread title.

Should there be a Mastering section somewhere?
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Old 01-14-2019, 01:26 PM   #483
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Wyatt, thanks very much for DDP-2-CW However... for some reason when I burn the DDP image (which was checked and OK) the ISRC and other codes are not present in the final disc – even though the PQ sheet shows them in the DDP folder. Any idea what could be happening? Thanks again
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Wyatt, thanks very much for DDP-2-CW However... for some reason when I burn the DDP image (which was checked and OK) the ISRC and other codes are not present in the final disc – even though the PQ sheet shows them in the DDP folder. Any idea what could be happening? Thanks again
Hmm,
not sure on this.

What's you setup, and what are you using to read back the ISRC codes?
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I'm reading the burnt CD's CD Text from Terminal using both "drutil cdtext" and "drutil subchannel" on OS 10.6.8. Could there be an issue with the drive not reading ISRC??? Song and album titles are present but not the codes. Very odd, not sure how to proceed... Am trying to check on other systems.
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Old 01-15-2019, 07:33 AM   #486
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CD text was part of the Red Book standard way back when the CD was invented. It never took on.

Later, some other parties started expanding it, but that never took on either.

I think if you actually want a CD player that supports CD text today, your choice will be limited. And those that still say they support it, might not even know what they are supporting exactly.

It should be less of a problem with computer CD players. But even those are going the way of the Dodo...

Still, that said, iTunes still supports CD Text. But I've got no clue what they support exactly. None of the standalone players I ever used supported it well. The only two I ever encountered that supported it well, was a CDi player from Philips and a portable Bookreader/CD player from Sony. But who remembers CDi or that bookreader?

The question I'm left with, is "Who was bold enough to exclude talking about it in their licenses?". Especially as the original Red Book was open for everyone...
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I'm reading the burnt CD's CD Text from Terminal using both "drutil cdtext" and "drutil subchannel" on OS 10.6.8. Could there be an issue with the drive not reading ISRC??? Song and album titles are present but not the codes. Very odd, not sure how to proceed... Am trying to check on other systems.
If you check other cd's that has ISRC codes, does "drutil subchannel" show the codes?
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Old 01-16-2019, 05:05 PM   #488
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I've been checking several (commercial) CDs and yes, they do show ISRC codes. I've checked the burnt CDs in another drive in another computer and it only shows album title and song names but not the codes. However, I've found that any programme I use to burn the CDs (not just yours) does not seem to burn the codes... I don't know what to make of this... Will keep trying... Many thanks.
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I've been checking several (commercial) CDs and yes, they do show ISRC codes. I've checked the burnt CDs in another drive in another computer and it only shows album title and song names but not the codes. However, I've found that any programme I use to burn the CDs (not just yours) does not seem to burn the codes... I don't know what to make of this... Will keep trying... Many thanks.
One more thing that you could check. Have you checked to see if your burner has a firmware update?

Or could you check it with a different burner?
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