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Re: [Libcdio-devel] Question on CD-TEXT character encoding

From: Denis Leroy
Subject: Re: [Libcdio-devel] Question on CD-TEXT character encoding
Date: Sun, 24 Apr 2022 13:21:03 +0200
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On 4/24/22 09:05, Thomas Schmitt wrote:
Denis Leroy wrote:
  I see that in theory there's also support for 0x80
for CP932 (Japanese), 0x81 for Korean and 0x82 for Mandarin.
 From where do you have the definition of 0x81 and 0x82 ?
I have only seen 0x00, 0x01, 0x80 mentioned in descriptions of CD-TEXT.

It's mentioned in the Sony patent (, although it doesn't specify which encoding exactly.

Does anyone have a raw dump of a CD-TEXT blocks with these?
The only non-ISO-8859-1 i have encountered was in the course of
and its discussion beginning at
The problem was that a CD had encoding 0x01 (7 bit ASCII) but used a
character from the upper half of ISO-8859-1.

That's interesting thanks. cdrdao doesn't really care actually, the toc format just escapes out whatever binary data it finds, but I realized cdrdao always burn out the character code as 0 no matter what, which isn't ideal. So I'm trying to understand how common those non-0 CDs are...

Have a nice day :)

And same to you, thanks for the reply Thomas :-)


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