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Record Flac/WavPack on the fly to CD-Audio

Nero is able to record on the fly (via plugin) Flac/WavPack to CD-Audio.
Is there any other software that support "on the fly" recording of Flac/WavPack?

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I would to favour free software like burrrn ;-)
.halverhahn

Record Flac/WavPack on the fly to CD-Audio

Reply #1
Maybe Adobe Audition with the respective filters...?

I know burrrn supports these formats, but I think the stream is decoded to wave first...

 

Record Flac/WavPack on the fly to CD-Audio

Reply #2
What about Easy CD-DA Extractor:  http://www.poikosoft.com

They have recently added native FLAC 1.1.2 encoding/decoding support.

Record Flac/WavPack on the fly to CD-Audio

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Record Flac/WavPack on the fly to CD-Audio

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I know burrrn supports these formats, but I think the stream is decoded to wave first...
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unfortunately you're right.
Or is it possible to pipe the decoded stream to the burnengine?
.halverhahn

Record Flac/WavPack on the fly to CD-Audio

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I know burrrn supports these formats, but I think the stream is decoded to wave first...
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unfortunately you're right.
Or is it possible to pipe the decoded stream to the burnengine?
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  Piping to burner is possible, since I've successfully piped the line-in to a burning engine for single-speed live recording. The difficulty comes in adding track divisions, since the "pipe" is a continuous feed.

    - M.

 
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