I have audio CD in Nero .nrg file format (created on Microsoft Windows), and want to burn it on physical Audio CD medium.
nrg2iso(1) Debian package produces .iso image which doesn't work (nor is it supposed to, according to wikipedia article above, as it is not Data CD).
I've had some luck with
mplayer --cdrom-device=cdimage.nrg cdda:// (it can detect and play audio tracks!) so some support seems to be present (and I could probably kludge it around to extract raw audio), but I'd ideally want to preserve other data (according to
mplayer, there are at least CD-Text tracks also present)
I'd prefer command-line oriented Debian Jessie package, but I'll take anything that can be compiled/run on Debian.