XTokerWhat it is
XToker is a TOC editor. TOC files are used by CDRDAO and can be described as the equivalent of CUE files. By writing a TOC file you can combine different tracks to make your own CDs. The most obvious use is for writing your own audio CDs, and XToker supports many of the available options, so that you can add CD-TEXT tags and control a number of flags.
XToker is as simple as possible, you add tracks and select or provide settings for each one.
November 3, 2002 1:55 PM
: XToker Alpha 4
This version has reached a good level of functionality. It will generate
a valid TOC file in most, but still needs more work which will be done
when I have some free time.
- Lack of documentation: Will be fixed in a forthcoming version.
XToker is in alpha. There is no documentation and this version is released so that it is tested by experienced users who are willing to provide suggestions and bug reports!
Expect XToker to be functional when it reaches beta.
XToker is free to use, but it is copyrighted by Mariposa CDR Guide. If you enjoy using it, let your friends know about this program and site. Charging for it or redistributing/modifying/reverse engineering it by any means without author's written permission is strictly prohibited.
If you found a bug, or just want to send in your comments, suggestions,
proposed algorithms, then feel free to do so by sending your mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you have questions about CD Recording, you can start from the CDR FAQ. Please note that it is not easy to provide support for free software. Thus said, send your mails regarding XToker to email@example.com.
You understand that XToker is free software and is provided "as is". In other words, before downloading it you must accept that its author and this website are not responsible for any damage or loss or data or any other dismal consequences which may arise because of XToker usage.