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CD text

CD-Text

CD-Text est une extension des standards de spécification de disque compact Red Book (ou livre rouge) pour les CD Audio. Cela permet le stockage d'informations supplémentaire (ex : nom de l'album, titre de la chanson et de l'artiste) sur des CD Audio standards. L'information est stockée dans la zone d'amorce du CD, là où il y a approximativement 5ko d'espace disponible, ou dans les sous canaux R à W du disque, qui peut enregistrer environ 31 Mo.

Logiciels capables

  • X-CD-Roast lit les données CD-Text et permet à l'utilisateur de les écrire
  • iTunes permet de graver des CD-Text

Pointeurs externes

  • Portail de l’informatique Portail de l’informatique
  • Portail de la musique Portail de la musique

Références

  • (en) Cet article est partiellement ou en totalité issu d’une traduction de l’article de Wikipédia en anglais intitulé « CD-Text ».
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