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DVDGuru -> How to preserve ISRC? (11/6/2007 12:48:15 AM)

As a CD/DVD replicator we receive various image files from our clients; ISO, NRG, CUE/BIN, Toast, you name it.  But these formats don't seem to preserve all the information on the original CD.  For example, if you copy an audio CD with ISRC to the NERO image recorder and re-create the CD using the nrg file, the newly created CD will lose the ISRC information.  Is ISRC software related or hardware related?  I got suggestion from other forum that changing the CD/DVD-ROM driver will get the ISRC read and embedded into the image file.  Is there any truth to this?  Please enlighten. 




safia1230 -> RE: How to preserve ISRC? (2/28/2012 10:33:41 AM)

I'm new to regular expressions and I am having a hard time figuring out a regular expression for and ISRC code.

The format of an ISRC code is

2 letters - a country code ( ex. US) followed by a dash
3 alpha numeric character - ( ex. MX6 or S1Z or 1SS ) followed by a dash
2 numbers - year ( ex. 09 , 00 , 05 ) followed by a dash
5 numbers - unique number ( ex. 00001, 00005, 98765 )

example of a complete ISRC code, this is how it will be input my textbox
US-MX6-08-00001


this is what I have so far but it doesn't work

^[a-zA-Z]{2}-\[0-9a-zA-Z]{3}-\[0-9]{2}…

any help would be greatly appreciated




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