Version: 0.11.18 (using KDE KDE 3.3.1)
Installed from: Debian testing/unstable Packages
Compiler: gcc 3.?
A video-CD (which has two tracks by design) can only be copied by k3b un clone mode. But this does not work with my burner (crash). The error message is (translated from German): "k3b does not copy CDs containing multiple tracks". But a simple command line will do the trick: cdrdao --copy ......
Why does k3b not support this method? At least to copy multiple track CDs?
because that method is no good. K3b used to use t. Does no more and all copy problems have gone. VideoCD copy is simply not implemented yet. Be patient. I am only one guy.
Perhaps this could be hidden from the UI until it is implemented?
what exactly do you want to be hidden?
Sorry, I mistakenly took the "Copy DVD" menu item for a "Copy VCD".
I don't think there's anything to hide since users are probably trying to use "Copy CD" for copying VCDs. So please disregard my previous comment.
Can you please check with the 0.12 series
At the moment I don't have a VCD, but when I have one I will check it.
, Am Freitag, 22. September 2006 14:06 schrieb Christoph Burger-Scheidlin:
[bugs.kde.org quoted mail]
It has not been implemented yet.
*** Bug 135143 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
Referring to comment 7, can this be marked as NEW?
The thing that should be hidden/disabled/deleted is the "Clone Copy" item in the "Copy Mode" combo-box in the "CD Copy and CD Cloning" dialog. Otherwise users like myself will be fooled into using it. I'm not yet using 1.0 though, maybe it has been removed/implemented already?
In an attempt to clean up old bugs that are not valid for K3b 2.0 (=KDE SC 4.x port) anymore, this is now being marked as UNMAINTAINED.
If this bug is still valid for 2.0, please reopen it.
Created attachment 48581 [details]
log file from failed disk
I don't have permission to reopen this bug but it is still a problem.
To reproduce it I went to the 'Tools' -> 'Copy Medium' menu, inserted a VCD 2.0 medium I had on the shelf, changed the 'Copy Mode' from 'Normal Copy' to 'Clone Copy', clicked 'Start' and went through the burning process until the burned CD was ejected. When I put the disk back in k3b cannot detect that it exists and neither does KDE/GNOME. The original disk still works though.
Either the 'Copy Mode' part of the dialog should be removed or the clone copy feature should be fixed.
This is on Debian squeeze with k3b 2.0.0-1 from Debian sid.