CD-Text

CD Text
CD-Text is an extension of the Red Book Compact Disc specifications standard for audio CDs.wikipedia
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Compact Disc Digital Audio

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CD-Text is an extension of the Red Book Compact Disc specifications standard for audio CDs.
The IEC 60908 however does not contain all the information for extensions that is available in the Red Book, such as the details for CD-Text, CD+G and CD+EG.

Compact disc

CDCDsCD single
CD-Text is an extension of the Red Book Compact Disc specifications standard for audio CDs.
CD-Text is an extension of the Red Book specification for audio CD that allows for storage of additional text information (e.g., album name, song name, artist) on a standards-compliant audio CD.

Compact Disc subcode

subcodesubcode channelssubchannel data
The CD-Text information is stored in the subchannels R to W on the disc.
The original specification was defined in the Red Book standard for CD Digital Audio, though further specifications have extended their use (including the CD-ROM, CD Text and CD+G specifications).

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Sony

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The specification for CD-Text was included in the Multi-Media Commands Set 3 R01 (MMC-3) standard, released in September 1996 and backed by Sony.

MiniDisc

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The ITTS standard is also applied in the MiniDisc format, as well as in Digital Audio Broadcasting technology and Digital Compact Cassette.

Digital Audio Broadcasting

DABDAB+DAB Digital Radio
The ITTS standard is also applied in the MiniDisc format, as well as in Digital Audio Broadcasting technology and Digital Compact Cassette.

Digital Compact Cassette

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The ITTS standard is also applied in the MiniDisc format, as well as in Digital Audio Broadcasting technology and Digital Compact Cassette.

Character encoding

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The character encoding is not specified, and there is no provision for indicating in the CD-Text data which encoding is in use.

ASCII

US-ASCIIAmerican Standard Code for Information InterchangeASCII code
The original Sony authoring tools and specifications supported ASCII and two of its supersets, ISO-8859-1 and "MS-JIS".

ISO/IEC 8859-1

ISO 8859-1ISO-8859-1Latin-1
The original Sony authoring tools and specifications supported ASCII and two of its supersets, ISO-8859-1 and "MS-JIS".

Code page 932 (Microsoft Windows)

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The original Sony authoring tools and specifications supported ASCII and two of its supersets, ISO-8859-1 and "MS-JIS".

SCSI Multimedia Commands

MMCMultiMedia CommandsMMC specification
The specification for CD-Text was included in the Multi-Media Commands Set 3 R01 (MMC-3) standard, released in September 1996 and backed by Sony. Annex J of the MMC-2 specification mentions only ASCII, but provides for "double byte character codes" to be indicated.

DBCS

TBCSdouble-byteDouble-Byte Character Set
Annex J of the MMC-2 specification mentions only ASCII, but provides for "double byte character codes" to be indicated.

CD+G

CD+EGCD + DVDCD + Extended Graphics

List of Sony trademarks

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Am Ende der Sonne

Note: Track 6 is titled "Wie ich den Farin-Urlaub-Ähnlichkeitswettbewerb gewann" (How I won the Farin Urlaub look-alike contest) in the CD-Text.

Cue sheet (computing)

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Cue sheets also specify track lengths and CD-Text including track and disc titles and performers.

Wickeda

The Bulgarian version of "The Letter" has never been released, although the CD-Text of 1618 refers to it as "Pismo nov voc".