Default audio cd size is uncommon

Bug #77680 reported by dierre on 2007-01-02
Affects Status Importance Assigned to Milestone
gnomebaker (Ubuntu)

Bug Description

Binary package hint: gnomebaker

When creating an audio cd project, the default medium size is 21 minute.
This could be an usability issue, since most users will probably be using a 74 or 80 minutes disc
and have to change every time the setting.

Proposed solutions:
1. Set the default to something more sensible, i.e. 74 or 80 minutes
2. Have gnomebaker remember the size of the last disc created

Changed in gnomebaker:
status: Unconfirmed → Confirmed

As of 11 May 2009 this bug still persists (in Jaunty), rendering GB unusable for importing any reasonable length of playlist.

dierre (fdr) wrote :

Reported upstream

imclean (ipxdesign) wrote :

Still a bug in Karmic (I can remember it way back in 5.10)
Now the only initial option is equally obscure 61min, this has to be selected in the drop list , then 70min appears , finally the complete list. Frustrating. Gnomebaker otherwise works perfectly, unlike the awful Ubuntu default Brasero, which I have never managed to get to burn anything.

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