CD burning with Nautilus, was: Why xcdroast and not gcombust?
julo at altern.org
Mon Sep 8 09:50:59 UTC 2003
> A cd burning application would be a pretty bad ui for burning an audio
> CD, since in them you can't easily listen to the tracks, find the music
> from your library, view id3 information, see how many minutes the
> current list of music is, etc. Unless of course this was a specific
> audio-burning-app. But then, if it were, it would be pretty close to a
> music player. The macos X music player iTunes has a burn button. End
> users seem to have no problem understanding it.
I agree with you. The best way to burn Audio is from the Music player
> It is hard to get the ordering data from a audio-specific burn: view,
> and the view would be both hard to find, and quite a lot of work to
but... in some occasions, it could be useful to have a simple and easy
way to burn audio from Nautilus. We already have a dialog asking for the
desired burning speed and the device. Why not add a simple list of
tracks to this dialog with "up" and "down" buttons ? And if people
really want need more stuff, they still can use Rhythmbox for example.
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