Are there any Nero Burning Softwares for Ubuntu ? The most important is to able burn Mp3 or songs files into the CD/DVD =)
It comes default with Ubuntu. Simple interface, but powerful features.
Some of them:
- supports edition of discs contents (remove/move/rename files inside directories)
- can burn data CD/DVD on the fly
- automatic filtering for unwanted files (hidden files, broken/recursive symlinks, files not conforming to joliet standard, ...)
- supports multisession
- supports joliet extension
- can write the image to the hard drive
- can check disc file integrity
- write CD-TEXT information (automatically found thanks to gstreamer)
- supports the edition of CD-TEXT information
- can burn audio CD on the fly
- can use all audio files handled by Gstreamer local installation (ogg, flac, mp3, ...)
- can search for audio files inside dropped folders
- full edition of silences between tracks
- can copy a CD/DVD to the hard drive
- can copy CD and DVD on the fly
- supports single-session data DVD
- supports any kind of CD
If it's not already in your system, you can install it easily via Software Center, or, via command line with
sudo apt-get install brasero.
K3b is my favorite burning application for Linux. K3b's interface would be very familiar to someone with a background in Nero on Windows. I heartily recommend K3b. Click here to install or run the following:
sudo apt-get install k3b
I have had trouble with Brasero making coasters in the past, and its minimal approach to output prevented me from discerning why.
Default Ubuntu's CD Burning Brasero can utilize that,. it is integrating in nautilus to. try to copy paste your music collection into your mounted blank CD / DVD. and then burn it on nautilus extra menu.
k3b is KDE based, but probably the best CD burning software I've seen to date on linux. Also.. if you really want Nero, they do have/had a linux version. http://www.nero.com/enu/linux4.html
Just do it the Ubuntu way: just drag and drop your playlist (or your audio files) to the empty CD and burn. Done. Never been easier :-)
In case you were looking for a command line only solution, you can use directly the following:
$ burn -A -a *.mp3
In case you need to install it:
$ sudo apt-get install burn
Usually the steps to create an audio CD from a set of *.mp3 is usually more complex, so
burn is much easier to use (no complex option, or heavy UI to start up).
For reference, a more advanced tutorial:
# apt-get install cdrecord ffmpeg normalize-audio libavcodec52
if names of your files contain a space use this command to replace space with _:
$ for f in *; do mv "$f" `echo $f | tr ' ' '_'`; done
Convert all files to wav format, normalize wav and burn:
$ for i in $( ls ); do ffmpeg -i $i $i.wav; done $ normalize-audio -m *.wav $ cdrecord -v -fix -eject dev='/dev/scd0' -audio -pad *.wav