Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 90120
Some must-have features
Last modified: 2007-04-18 12:53:26 EDT
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Description of problem:
I think the Nautilus CD-Burner should provide the following features to become a
reall CD burner:
- CD-RW blanking: A simple button would enable you to erase your CD-RW.
- Audio burning: When you drop any audio file that gstreamer can read, the CD
burner should ask you if you want to burn an Audio CD or a data CD.
- CD Copy: A right-click on a CD icon should provide a "copy CD" menu entry.
Clicking on it would create an image of the CD and prompt for a blank CD to be
inserted. Then it would write the image to the blank CD. BTW, it should be
possible to copy Audio CDs too. That means that Audi CDs should also create an
icon on the desktop. My idea would be that opening an Audio CD in Nautilus
should show the audio tracks as files. And copying an audio track from the CD to
a Nautilus window (or to the desktop) should extract the track and encode it to
OGG (But I'm being off topic here I guess).
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I'd like to freeload on this bugreport:
* Multisession support. If nothing else, be able to add to the previous
session. Being able to see the files from previous session and possibly
"remove" some of them is a thing no cdrecord frontend I know is able to
do currently, so I'm not attempting to suggesting that ;-)
Please file wishlist reports upstream.
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