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1. Introduction How to use this manual.
2. Preparation What you should do before using the library. 3. Error Handling Error numbers and their meanings.
A. Net MD Protocol The Net MD protocol explained. B. GNU GENERAL PUBLIC LICENSE The GNU General Public License says how you can copy and share FreeMD. C. GNU Free Documentation License This manual is under the GNU Free Documentation License.
Concept Index Index of concepts and programs. Function and Data Index Index of functions, variables and data types.
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1.1 Getting Started Purpose of the manual, and how to use it. 1.2 Features Reasons to install and use FreeMD. 1.3 Overview Basic architecture of FreeMD library and utilities.
2.1 Header What header file you need to include. 2.2 Building the Source Compiler options to be used. 2.3 Using Automake Compiler options to be used the easy way. 2.4 Multi Threading How FreeMD can be used in an MT environment.
3.1 Error Values A list of all error values used. 3.2 Error Strings How to get a descriptive string from a value.
Net MD Protocol
A.1 Transferring Data Using USB to transfer data. A.2 Command Syntax The structure of a command request. A.3 Commands The available commands.
A.2.1 Basic Syntax Rules Some general information about form. A.2.2 Backward Compatibility How to test for features. A.2.3 Data Types How to pass various information. A.2.4 Return Status How to tell if a command succeeded.
A.2.3.1 Track Numbers How track numbers are specified. A.2.3.2 Times How times are specified. A.2.3.3 Encodings How encodings are specified. A.2.3.4 Tags Generic data type identifiers.
A.3.1 Device Commands Commands related to device control. A.3.2 Disc Commands Commands related to disk properties. A.3.3 Track Commands Commands related to track properties.
A.3.1.1 Exclusive Login Setting up the connection. A.3.1.2 Get Disc Count Retrieving information about inserted discs. A.3.1.3 Get Disc Operating Mode Status Retrieving the operating mode. A.3.1.4 Get Play Counter Retrieve the current playback position. A.3.1.5 Get Recording Parameters Retrieving the recording parameters. A.3.1.6 Play Audio Set playback operating mode. A.3.1.7 Stop Play Stop playback. A.3.1.8 Set Play Counter By Track Set play counter to the beginning of a track. A.3.1.9 Set Play Counter By Time Set play counter within a track. A.3.1.10 Search Audio Track Set play counter to next or previous track.
A.3.2.1 Get Disc Title Retrieve the title of the disc. A.3.2.2 Get Disc Flags Retrieving the disc flags. A.3.2.3 Get Disc Capacity Retrieve disc size and available space. A.3.2.4 Set Disc Title Set the title of a disc. A.3.2.5 Get Track Count Retrieve the number of tracks on the disc. A.3.2.6 Erase Disc Turn a disc into a blank disc.
A.3.3.1 Get Track Title Retrieve the title of a track. A.3.3.2 Get Track Protection Retrieve the protection status of a track. A.3.3.3 Get Track Length Retrieve the length of a track. A.3.3.4 Get Track Encoding Retrieve the encoding of a track. A.3.3.5 Set Track Title Set the title of a track. A.3.3.7 Move Track Move a track to a different position.