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NAME

       Device::Cdio::Track - Class for track aspects of Device::Cdio.

SYNOPSIS

           use Device::Cdio::Device;
           use Device::Cdio::Track;

           $device = Device::Cdio::Device->new(-source=>'/dev/cdrom');
           $track  = $device->get_last_track();
           print "track: %d, last lsn: %d\n", $track->{track}, track->get_last_lsn();

           $track = $device->get_first_track();
           $format = $rackt->get_format();

METHODS

   new
         new(device, track)->object

       Creates a new track object.

   get_audio_channels
         get_audio_channels(cdio, track)->int

       Return number of channels in track: 2 or 4.  Not meaningful if track is not an audio
       track.  -1 is returned on error and -2 if the driver doesn't support the operation.

   get_copy_permit
         get_copy_permit(cdio, track)->int

       Return copy protection status on a track. Is this meaningful not an audio track?

   get_format
         get_format()->$format

       Get the format (e.g. 'audio', 'mode2', 'mode1') of track.

   get_last_lsn
         get_last_lsn()->lsn

       Return the ending LSN for a track $perlcdio::INVALID_LSN is returned on error.

   get_lba
         get_lba()->lba

       Return the starting LBA for a track $perlcdio::INVALID_LBA is returned on error.

   get_lsn
         get_lsn()->lsn

       Return the starting LSN for a track $perlcdio::INVALID_LSN is returned on error.

   get_msf
         get_msf()

       Return the starting MSF (minutes/secs/frames) for track number track.  Track numbers
       usually start at something greater than 0, usually 1.

       Returns string of the form mm:ss:ff if all good, or string 'error' on error.

   get_preemphasis
         get_preemphasis()->result

       Get linear preemphasis status on an audio track.  This is not meaningful if not an audio
       track?

   get_track_sec_count
       item get_track_sec_count()->int Get the number of sectors between this track an the next.
       This includes any pregap sectors before the start of the next track.  Track numbers
       usually start at something greater than 0, usually 1.

       $perlcdio::INVALID_LSN is returned on error.

   is_track_green
         is_track_green(cdio, track) -> bool

       Return True if we have XA data (green, mode2 form1) or XA data (green, mode2 form2). That
       is track begins:

         sync - header - subheader
         12     4      -  8

   get_track_isrc
       $isrc = $track->get_track_isrc($insert_dashes=0);

       Returns an empty string or the International Standard Recording Code.  Which is presented
       in 4 hyphen-separated substrings: "CC-XXX-YY-NNNNN"

       "CC" two-character ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 country code "XXX" is a three character alphanumeric
       registrant code "YY" is the last two digits of the year of registration
            (NB not necessarily the date the recording was made) "NNNNN" is a unique 5-digit
       number identifying the particular sound recording.

   set_track
         set_track(track_num)

       Set a new track number.

SEE ALSO

       Device::Cdio is the top-level module, Device::Cdio::Device is a class device objects, and
       Device::Cdio::ISO9660 for working with ISO9660 systems.

       perlcdio is the lower-level interface to libcdio.

       <http://www.gnu.org/software/libcdio/doxygen/track_8h.html> is documentation via doxygen
       of "libiso9660".

AUTHORS

       Rocky Bernstein

COPYRIGHT

       Copyright (C) 2006, 2012, 2017 Rocky Bernstein <rocky@cpan.org>

       This program is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of
       the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation, either
       version 3 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.

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       without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
       See the GNU General Public License for more details.

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