I have a minor dilemma, in that I need to be able to burn multiple CDs at once, but with a GUI.
I have run into solutions using cdrao (did I get that right) and scripts, but as I'm not the only one who will be responsible for burning (I am not teaching a child to use the command line in 5 minutes, :), I need a GUI solution.
Turbojet2 is one of the potential solutions I came across, but its last release was in 2007... so I'm a bit wary to try it on my system (currently dual booting between 13.10 and elementary OS) (not that it will damage my system, but just that it likely won't work or even compile).
I also read that it has some problems with speed, which is a big deal (fastest speed possible is a necessity when you have to serve several people within a few hours, if that long).
Would it be possible to use K3b or Brasero or Xfburn, or XCDRoast, etc to burn multiple CDs at once? When I attempted it with Brasero and K3b at the same time, one of the CDs gets ejected each time.
My setup is as follows:
- A laptop with a built in optical drive.
- An external optical drive that talks to the laptop via USB.
K3b detects them separately; Brasero... well you know how it is with Gnome. It doesn't really seem to be able to tell the difference between two separate drives.
However, I see no option to burn to each separately.