In the cdrdao documentation the generic-mmc-raw driver
is described as a driver that besides the music data
needs to specify the P-Q subchannel data... But since
the cdrdao changelog(1.1.6) states that only the R-W
subs can be written and read, how can the raw driver
then specify the P-Q subs when burning? Or does the raw
driver just burn the raw 2352 bytes sectors, and lets
the drive itself generate the P-Q subs ? Or can cdrdao
burn the P-Q subs, but only packed and not raw ? and
does the raw driver use raw-dao or raw-sao ? And
finally.. Is the burning quality with the
generic-mmc-raw driver the same as the generic-mmc
driver ? Thanks in advance. -Martin.
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